Provided by: Bentham Science Publishers
Date Added: Nov 2007
In this paper, the authors follow as to achieve its goal, is to put a very first stone in the way of making a USB peripheral. This is done by developing a USB I/O main-board that features some properties usually known of development board; however, this main-board is best identified as an I/O board as it remains in the final product (i.e. it is employed by the final USB peripheral), this identification called the main-board's description. The main-board developed as a moderate number of sub-circuits that achieve several functions, the choice of connectors used to plug LEDs, switches and daughterboard.