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  • Author:
    Jan Axelson
  • ISBN:
    1931448043
  • ISBN13:
    978-1931448048
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  • Publisher:
    Lakeview Research (September 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    287 pages
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USB Mass Storage: Designing and Programming Devices and Embedded Hosts by Jan Axelson.

USB Mass Storage: Designing and Programming Devices and Embedded Hosts by Jan Axelson. No part of the contents of this book, except the program code, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. The information, computer programs, schematic diagrams, documentation, and other material in this book are provided as is, without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including without limitation any warranty concerning the accuracy, adequacy, or completeness of the material or the results obtained from using the material.

Jan Axelson writes about computer programming and electronic technology. Jan's books include USB Embedded Hosts, USB Complete, Serial Port Complete, and USB Mass Storage. Jan's articles have appeared in Circuit Cellar, EDN, Embedded Systems Programming, and Nuts & Volts. So, I you don't have any idea of USB storage, and you've worked only with Pic/Dspic, et. .It's the right for you. If you don't have any idea of USB storage, and you can work with any embedded environment, kind of it's ok. If you have mid or plus, knowledge of USB and you are expecting nice techinques or methods using general examples.

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Jan Axelson is the author of seven books about computers and electronics technology, including Embedded Ethernet and Internet Complete, Serial Port Complete, and USB Complete. Her articles have appeared in Circuit Cellar, EDN, Embedded Systems Programming, Nuts & Volts, and Popular Electronics. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

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This developer’s guide for designers and programmers of mass-storage devices that use the Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface provides developers with information on how to choose storage media, interface the media to a microcontroller or other CPU, and write device firmware to access the media and perform USB communications. Comparisons of popular storage-media options to help users choose a media type for a project are included, and the types describedcover hard drives and flash-memory cards such as the MultiMediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital (SD) card, and CompactFlash card.Helpful tips on developing an embedded host that can access USB mass-storage devices are also covered.

Ximinon
Nice initial approach. Concepts are also well explained but it ends by there.
Most of the references and samples are very dependent to to a single environment (using Microchip IC).
This made me stop reading it. I was expecting a broad point of view, so to speak, something to apply to any embedded.
I was going to buy the complete series, but fortunately I just bought this one, and i won't buy the others.
I'll keep searching to see if there is something better.
So, I you don't have any idea of USB storage, and you've worked only with Pic/Dspic, etc. ... It's the right for you.
If you don't have any idea of USB storage, and you can work with any embedded environment, kind of it's ok.
If you have mid or plus, knowledge of USB and you are expecting nice techinques or methods using general examples. Well, humm.. no. Go look for something else.
Alister
Provided a good explanation of what had been confusing for me about how different systems wrap code. For example, a file system "wrapping" the SCSI commands for reading/writing mass storage which in turn are wrapped in USB package wrappers for transmission and execution through USB link. Why some mass storage systems do (Flash Drive) or do not (SD drive) need USB wrappers.

Best book I have read which brings it all together.
AGAD
Its a good start for someone like me who does not know nothing about Usb Mass Storage.
But if someone expects a full and complete index about everything related, well its not exactly that.
Don't think i'm underrating this book, in fact it is the best i have read.
But it covers the essential, it is not a full and in depth guide for every Usb Mass Storage scenario.
But is very didactic and concise, plus i am glad to have bought it!
greatest
great book on usb
Brajind
Very helpful reference.
Nto
This is the second book I purchased from Amazon as a companion to the other twos.
Ylal
I bought the book specifically because of the "Create embedded hosts that access USB storage devices" on the cover and in the summary. My aim was to learn more about what has to happen on a USB host in terms of initialization and communicating with a mass storage device. The book content on this topic is at a higher level and pretty short.

As a general reference at a higher level on what happens with USB mass storage communications, the book is very good.
This is a very well done book on a very topical subject. USB mass storage has gotten so inexpensive that its use in dedicated embedded systems has become almost a given. And here is one book that talks about all aspects of putting such a system together.

The book basically covers three subjects:

First there is a general discussion of mass storage in general. This includes hard drives which may be the most economical for your application, and it includes various types of flash memory devices.

Second the book covers the hardware interface down to the level of giving a sample circuit.

Finally there is a description of the software that will be needed to get the devices to operate. This goes from the simple structure of the commands down to the definition of file systems.

In short, here is a complete guide to USB Mass Storage in one, fairly small, book. This is all the engineer/programmer needs. Ms. Axelson has written a number of books on USB in general and clearly knows whereof she speaks.