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Serial interface engine asic with usb physical transceiver based on fpga development board

2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 2017

The data transmission is fairly quick and easy in recent years. Nowadays, there are many serial data transmission methods, such as I2C, SPI, RS-232, USB (Universal Serial Bus), and so on. Recently, USB not only works with convenience but also transmits data fast. It becomes a standard peripheral interface between FPGA development board and personal computer (PC). To satisfy those ...


Improvement of data refresh rate for dual serial port to Universal Serial Bus acquisition system

2009 IEEE International Conference on Virtual Environments, Human-Computer Interfaces and Measurements Systems, 2009

Before the universal serial bus(USB) technologies has become popular, there are a lot of software and hardware computer peripheral development based on traditional external interface like general purpose interface bus ( GPIB- IEEE488), parallel port, serial port and PS/2. Developing these custom software and hardware computer peripheral is less difficult as compared to peripheral that is designed based on USB. ...


Novel multi-interface USB prototype device for merging commonly used peripheral devices

2015 International Conference on Industrial Instrumentation and Control (ICIC), 2015

The Universal Serial Bus (USB) Specification allows combination of different USB components into a single device. This creates a composite device and each component is recognized as an independent device. The aim of the paper is to introduce a novel concept to combine some commonly used USB classes in a single device to create a composite device that functions in ...


Reliable Packet Flow Control for Preventing Buffer Overflow in Wi-Fi Serial Bus

IEEE Communications Letters, 2015

This letter proposes a novel buffer management scheme for improving the packet delivery of Universal Serial Bus (USB) services in wireless networks. In the future, USB may be used with various wireless services, most notably Wi-Fi, thus realizing Wi-Fi USB (WSB). However, data transmission of Wi-Fi and USB is asynchronous due to differences in their Medium Access Control (MAC), resulting ...


Reconstruction of leaked signal from USB keyboards

2016 URSI Asia-Pacific Radio Science Conference (URSI AP-RASC), 2016

Key information of universal serial bus (USB) keyboards at keystroke can be found by analyzing the electromagnetic emanations from the USB cable. The problem with information security such as eavesdropping arises from these emanations. This paper presents the emission phenomenon according to the signal transmission mechanism of USB keyboards and method of measurement and analysis of the leaked signal. Electromagnetic ...


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  • Serial interface engine asic with usb physical transceiver based on fpga development board

    The data transmission is fairly quick and easy in recent years. Nowadays, there are many serial data transmission methods, such as I2C, SPI, RS-232, USB (Universal Serial Bus), and so on. Recently, USB not only works with convenience but also transmits data fast. It becomes a standard peripheral interface between FPGA development board and personal computer (PC). To satisfy those requirements, the data transmission speed and data volume of USB physical transceiver are continuously improved. The transmitted data will be queued with first-in first-out register (FIFO), proceeding with serial interface engine (SIE), compiling with the USB packet format, and converting it into an analog differential signal by using the Cypress's USB PHY (Port Physical Layer) chip. Then the USB packet will be sent from the transmitted FPGA board to the received FPGA board through the USB cable. Two FPGA boards with USB PHY are used to verify the transceiver function. After the functional verification has been completed, an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) of FIFO and SIE are implemented with TSMC 0.18μm CMOS technology. The gate counts, power consumption, operating frequency, and chip area are 14,547, 2.6742 mW, 50 MHz, and 0.7×0.67 mm2, respectively, at the supply voltage of 1.8 V and the total pins of 40 pins.

  • Improvement of data refresh rate for dual serial port to Universal Serial Bus acquisition system

    Before the universal serial bus(USB) technologies has become popular, there are a lot of software and hardware computer peripheral development based on traditional external interface like general purpose interface bus ( GPIB- IEEE488), parallel port, serial port and PS/2. Developing these custom software and hardware computer peripheral is less difficult as compared to peripheral that is designed based on USB. The main reason for the difficulty is that the USB is designed to be user friendly but not developer friendly. For that reason, many developers will maintain using the traditional port when designing their custom application. To support traditional interface on newer PC with only USB port, there are devices in the market to convert the old external port to USB. One of the converters is the USB to dual serial converter. In the market, there are products which are readily available. However, it lacks of certain capability such as the ability to access serial port simultaneously which reduce the data refresh rate. The main purpose of this paper is to discuss technique in designing a USB to serial converter with capability of connecting two serial devices which is accessible simultaneously to improve the data refresh rate.

  • Novel multi-interface USB prototype device for merging commonly used peripheral devices

    The Universal Serial Bus (USB) Specification allows combination of different USB components into a single device. This creates a composite device and each component is recognized as an independent device. The aim of the paper is to introduce a novel concept to combine some commonly used USB classes in a single device to create a composite device that functions in multiple ways. The paper shows some ways of combining two different USB classes using available Real Time Operating System (RTOS). The paper explains the implementation of USB Human Interface Device class and USB Mass Storage Device the classes used in the two most commonly used peripheral devices, using available stack libraries and clearly explains the important aspects in implementing the said classes. The prototype device mentioned will function both as a pointing device and a storage device.

  • Reliable Packet Flow Control for Preventing Buffer Overflow in Wi-Fi Serial Bus

    This letter proposes a novel buffer management scheme for improving the packet delivery of Universal Serial Bus (USB) services in wireless networks. In the future, USB may be used with various wireless services, most notably Wi-Fi, thus realizing Wi-Fi USB (WSB). However, data transmission of Wi-Fi and USB is asynchronous due to differences in their Medium Access Control (MAC), resulting in buffer overflow. To alleviate this problem, we propose an overflow prevention scheme where rates of USB transmission are varied depending on status of Wi-Fi. The proposed scheme is evaluated via the NS-3 simulator, showing that the packet delivery ratio of USB data can reach near 100% even in wireless transmission.

  • Reconstruction of leaked signal from USB keyboards

    Key information of universal serial bus (USB) keyboards at keystroke can be found by analyzing the electromagnetic emanations from the USB cable. The problem with information security such as eavesdropping arises from these emanations. This paper presents the emission phenomenon according to the signal transmission mechanism of USB keyboards and method of measurement and analysis of the leaked signal. Electromagnetic emanations were measured by the antenna and receiver and analyzed by the several signal processing algorithms.

  • A Compact Ultrawideband Slotted Patch Antenna for Wireless USB Dongle Application

    A compact planar ultrawideband (UWB) antenna suitable for wireless universal serial bus (USB) dongle application is presented. By simply cutting notches and embedding types of slots into a rectangular patch, multiple resonances with effective bandwidth enhancement were achieved. A prototype of the proposed antenna was constructed and measured to show an ultrawide operating band with 10-dB return-loss bandwidth of about 10.42 GHz ranging from 2.86 to 13.38 GHz, which sufficiently covers the operating band, 3.1-10.6 GHz, of the new wireless personal area network (WPAN) using UWB technique. Also, monopole- like radiation patterns and larger than 3 dBi of peak antenna gain have been measured across the operating band. This design has an overall size of only 11 × 15 × 0.8 mm3and is very suitable for use in an USB device.

  • Universal serial bus (USB) to universal interface using field programmable gate arrays (FPGA) to mimic traditional hardware [military aircraft testing applications]

    Historically, whenever a unique digital interface was needed, a unique piece of hardware was created. In the field of loaders/verifiers this has often led to large, heavy, and expensive equipment to support aircraft platforms. Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) can be used to create many different interfaces without the need for unique hardware. This paper explores the techniques used to develop interfaces using FPGAs and provides examples of how FPGAs have reduced the size, weight, and cost of flight line test equipment over the last nine years. FPGAs may also be used to implement some standard interfaces such as IEEE-488, RS-422 and PC parallel ports. The benefits and risks of using FPGAs for these standard interfaces are evaluated.

  • A secure control protocol for USB mass storage devices

    The Universal Serial Bus (USB) has become the most popular interface standard for hardware connection, and there has been an explosion in the number of USB peripheral devices. External USB storage devices, in particular, are finding widespread application. Unfortunately, because USB affords high transmission speeds and is extremely convenient, many workplaces and businesses have prohibited the use of USB devices to prevent confidential data from being extracted from computer systems via USB ports. However, this compromises the convenience of the USB connection and demonstrates a lack of flexibility in management. Therefore, finding a way to take the considerations of both convenience and management into account has become a significant issue. This study proposes a secure control protocol which provides mutual authentication and key agreement between client and server to solve this problem.

  • Realization of Virtual Oscillograph Based on USB

    Virtual Instrument represents the trend of the ATS(automatic test system) development. The USB-bus technology provides the Virtual Instrument with new space to develop. The Virtual Instrument based on the USB-bus coincides with the new bus standard and the trend of instrument development. Virtual digital oscilloscope we designed consist data acquisition, wave display, frequency spectrum and wave storage modules. It has some merits which common oscilloscope doesn't have, such as saving wave as permanence dataC using data at any moment C real-time display and print wave, cost low, extending functions based on requirement of application.

  • Low power scheduled alarm system using embedded microcontroller with USB interface

    This paper discusses about the design and implementation of low power automatic scheduled alarm system whose schedule and time can be programmed using a computer via Universal Serial Bus port. Educational institutions, Factories, hospitals, etc are some places where this can be primarily used. The system uses an 8 bit PIC18f4550 microcontroller, a DS12626 Sanyo 16×2 character LCD, a DS1208 Real Time Clock (RTC) and an electrical relay to drive the ringer. The LCD displays the calendar details like day, date, time with second's accuracy. Stress is given on low power consumption system design. Power savings compared to 7segment display is also discussed. Power consumption is lowered by using ultra low power techniques by disabling unused peripheral units and by introducing sleep mode. The power down mode of the system does not affect alarm system or the display system. This is one of the advantages. The design is initially verified using MPLAB IDE and Proteus lite simulator and then the real hardware is implemented. Complete power analysis with specific interfaces of the system is also performed.



Standards related to Universal Serial Bus (usb)

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Standard Protocol for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices

This project defines a standard protocol for secure authentication of dynamically attached devices, such as USB flash drives. The protocol has only an indirect relationship with data integrity/security, and does not directly address that issue.



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