MCCI USB Support for OSE


Integrated USB Solutions for OSE-based USB products, both host and device

MCCI's embedded USB support for Enea's OSE embedded operating system provides compatibility, performance, flexibility, and stability to the designer of OSE-based USB devices.

MCCI offers packages that integrate the MCCI USB DataPump® device stack and TrueTask® USB host stack with OSE and OSEck. The USB DataPump supports a large number of USB device controllers; TrueTask USB supports all popular USB host controller. Both packages support any CPU that is supported by OSE, allowing OEMs a simple integration path to a USB-IF certified USB 1.1/2.0/3.1 stack.

Use of the MCCI DataPump with OSE or OSEck

Block diagram of using DataPump in an embedded system with OSE

Compatibility and reliability are assured by MCCI’s experience since 1997 in supplying the DataPump and TrueTask USB for a wide range of USB devices and hosts.  MCCI’s leading role in the USB standards community resulted in firmware that implements not only the letter but the spirit of the USB standards underlying advanced communication.

Specifications:

Operating systems OSE and OSEck
Microcontroller or CPU Any supported by OSE
API No specific API at this level
Technical Documentation Functional Specifications.
Basic Delivery Format C-source
Supported USB speeds Low speed, full speed, high speed, SuperSpeed Gen 1 and Gen 2, all SuperSpeed Inter-chip gears and lane combinations
Supported MCCI Device Class Modules
  • Audio Class 1.0 and 2.0
  • Still Image Class
  • Video Class 1.1
  • Mass Storage Bulk-Only Transport
  • Human Interface Device (HID) 1.1
  • Device Firmware Update (DFU) 1.1, for firmware update over USB
  • CDC (Communications Device Class) 1.1 Wireless Mobile Communication subclass (WMC) for multi-function 2.5G and 3G handsets
  • CDC 1.1 WMC Abstract Control Model (ACM), for traditional modems and modem emulation (more info)
  • CDC 1.1 WMC Device Management
  • CDC 1.1 WMC OBEX (Object Exchange)
  • CDC 1.1 Ethernet Control Model (ECM), for Ethernet-like networking (more info)
  • Microsoft Remote NDIS (RNDIS), for Ethernet-like networking devices, targeting PCs running Windows
  • MCCI Virtual Serial Port (VSP), for migrating RS-232 devices to USB (more info)
  • MCCI Loopback, for test and performance evaluation
  • Networking Control Model (NCM) for high-speed Ethernet emulation
  • Mobile Broadband Interface Model (MBIM) for LTE modems