Segger introduces audio class for USB devices
Audio applications, such as conferencing systems, speakerphones, headphones or USB-to-audio adapters using the USB stack emUSB-Device, says Segger.
If the target device incorporates or attaches to microphones, speakers, headsets, and/or musical instruments, the USB interface is a way to stream the audio data to or from the host.
The audio class is a component of Segger’s USB stack emUSB-Device. The emUSB-Device is a USB device stack specifically designed for embedded systems. It runs on any microcontroller and is platform-independent.
The flexible device stack enables the creation of multi-class devices using nearly any combination of the available USB classes, explains Segger. emUSB-Device provides classes for media transfer protocol, mass storage device, CD-ROM, audio, human interface device, CDC-ACM (serial port communication), IP-over-USB, and printers. A bulk communication class delivers efficient, high-bandwidth peripherals.
The emUSB-Device complies with the USB-standard.
Trial packages targeting Segger’s emPower board is available for download.
Segger Microcontroller supplies software, hardware and development tools for embedded systems. For more than 25 years Segger Microcontroller has provided soft- and middleware components. The company offers support throughout the whole development process with affordable, flexible and easy-to-use tools and components. Segger serves the secure communication market as well as data and product security.
Segger was founded in 1992, is privately held, with headquarters in Germany with a US office in Boston and distributors in all continents.
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