An example of a simple USB communication would be helpful. Like from a mouse. Also, Christian, I'm interested in which USB protocal analyzers are available for low cost, and what is gained from a more expensive analyzer.
Tomorrow, I will give an example of how a Device is recognized by a Host and the complete enumeration process.
Low cost, good Price/Performance ratio analysers woudl be products from TotalPhase.
Ellisys protocol analysers are a bit more expensive but have better presentation of information. Ellisys also provides a USB Generator that is very useful when you want to test a Host as we will see Friday.
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