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Our USB stack (No OS) supports personal healthcare device class (PHDC), human interface device (HID), mass storage device (MSD), communications device class (CDC), audio class, On-The-Go USB 2.0 standard supplement and PHDC USB.org standard classes. This complimentary source code solution is downloadable, portable and easy to use. The stack can be used for a wide range of general purpose applications. Besides the standard USB classes, the PHDC enables the software to allow USB connectivity within medical devices by complying with medical industry standards, such as the Continua Health Alliance. The stack provides standardization, connectivity and portability to the existing 8-bit and 32-bit microcontroller portfolio and speeds up general purpose and medical product development.
We also have support of USB Mass Storage Device FAT File System. More info on Medical Connectivity stack
The NXP USB Stack with PHDC device API consists of the functions that can be used at the device level and the class level. This enables you to implement new classes. This document describes four generic class implementations: Communication Device Class (CDC), Human Interface Device (HID), Mass Storage Class (MSD), and Personal Healthcare Device Class (PHDC) API functions that are provided as part of the software suite.
This book describes the NXP USB Stack with PHDC OTG additional architecture. NXP Semiconductors provides the USB Host and Device Stacks with PHDC OTG software support for manipulation of these stacks (loading and unloading) according to the bus configuration or user application requirements, demo applications are also provided.
The increased use of electronic devices in the medical domain has created a need for the development of common protocol for data interchange between various devices. NXP Medical Connectivity Library allows customers to implement various device specializations defined under this standard without worrying about details of implementation of this protocol. The library is transport independent, allowing users to use different transport technologies like Ethernet, USB.