Message 4 of 8. So pipe00 and pipe01 are just a way in this case of specifying the in and out endpoints. So this is an additional input that is just for that device. Instead, the host waits for an ERDY from the device. In the completion routine, perform these tasks: Now my host code doesnt even open the device let alone an interface.
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USB Library Reference
The client driver completes the request in the completion routine and sets this request information: When there are multiple transfer requests that target different types of endpoints, the controller first schedules transfers for time critical data, such as isochronous and interrupt packets. This example code shows the completion routine implementation for a bulk transfer.
So pipe00 and pipe01 are just a way in this case of specifying the in and out endpoints. USB client driver tasks for a bulk transfer An application or a driver on the host always initiates a bulk transfer to send or receive data.
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bbulk I uninstalled the device, re-jigged the descriptors so it was just bulk in and out interfaces removing the CDC control interfacesand installed the device. Instead, the host waits for an ERDY from the device.
USB driver samples
This device will use 2 digital “IN” channels for data: Additional NI Product Boards: The communication takes place between the host and the target endpoint. Forum Themes Elegant Mobile. Message 2 of 8. If the endpoint is bupk at the time the data packet arrives and is not able to receive data, the device can send a NRDY packet.
For more information, see How to open and close static streams in a USB bulk endpoint. So if you aren’t seeing something like that, that’s where you should be looking. For more information, see How to enumerate USB pipes. Like all other USB transfers, the host always initiates a bulk transfer.
In the client driver’s implementation of EvtIoRead or EvtIoWritethe driver inspects the request parameters and can optionally perform validation checks. Consider an example scenario, where an application wants to read or write data to your device.
How to send USB bulk transfer requests – Windows drivers | Microsoft Docs
About bulk endpoints A USB bulk endpoint can transfer large amounts of data. The memory is associated with the parent request object and is released when the parent is released. An application or a driver on the host always initiates a bulk transfer to send or receive data. Get, format, and send a framework request object to the USB driver stack. Bulk IN endpoint is used to read data from the device to the host and bulk OUT endpoint is used to send data from the host to the device.
Implement a completion routine to get notified when the USB driver stack completes the request. If the bulk endpoint supports streams, you must have the pipe handle to the stream.
So the question remains about getting the protocol to program the device for these types of aquisition settings and how to interpret what we get back from the device. If the endpoint accepts the incoming data, it sends an ACK packet. When the framework delivers the request to the client driver, it receives these parameters: Unlike high speed, after receiving the NRDY packet, the host does not repeatedly poll the device.
In that call, the application also specifies a buffer that contains the data to read or write and the length of that buffer. Low speed devices do not support bulk endpoints.
I’m going to have to take a few days break from this and perhaps consider pulling in a software engineer with some driver experience.
USB full speed, high speed, and SuperSpeed devices support bulk endpoints.