USB is becoming more common in embedded systems as a replacement solution for disappearing serial ports on the computer.
In this class you will learn about this communication protocol and its features. Fundamental USB electrical, mechanical and protocol specifications will be presented to help audiences fully understand the USB capability of Microchip's PIC18/PIC24/PIC32 USB microcontrollers.
This class will also give you an idea of what kind of tasks you will need to do, and what factors you will have to consider when designing a USB peripheral application.
Concepts are enforced through hands-on exercises which show you how to use our CDC class RS-232 Emulation framework to enable basic USB connectivity with a PIC
Microchip will run the USB device hands-on training on april 16th in its premises (details for registration & location in attached document)