USB low speed and full speed qualifying devices

The USB-IF Legacy tests are used to see if the USB 2.0 device under test pl ays nicely with low speed and full speed devices. To do that the test requi res a low speed and a full speed qualifying device be connected during the test. I'm not sure what kind of device to use. I think a USB mouse is a low speed device. For a full-speed device I don't know what to look for. Any s uggestions on where to find USB low speed and full speed devices?


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I'd call up technical support for a USB chip vendor and ask what they use. Might take some struggling to get to someone who actually knows. The first guy to answer the phone surely won't.

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USB memory sticks might be full speed devices, but not all of them. If speed is not specified, it may be somewhat lower. USB diks is another hint.


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Uwe Hercksen

Most are "high speed" "full speed" is the lower USB 1 maximum speed, Yeah it's confusing, I was half way through a reply before I remembered.

[1007869.484147] usb 6-2: new full-speed USB device number 4 using uhci_hcd [1007869.644190] usb 6-2: New USB device found, idVendor=067b, idProduct=2303 [1007869.644200] usb 6-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0 [1007869.644207] usb 6-2: Product: USB-Serial Controller D [1007869.644213] usb 6-2: Manufacturer: Prolific Technology Inc.

It's a common usb-to-rs232 cable. This one bears "Unitek" markings.

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The chip is Prolific "pl2303" and readily available if you want to build your own or can't find one locally.

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Jasen Betts

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