Bridging a USB to a Microcontroller, as Shown by the Analog Discovery 2

Our friend Yahya, Editor at Atadiat (the Arabic word forĀ hardware), has put together a fine tutorial on serial engine programming. Using the MPSSE (Multi-Protocol Synchronous Serial Engine) from FTDI Chip as a bridge, you’re able to execute different types of USB to serial conversion. This article explains a little about the MPSSE, how to configure it, and then finally shows how to write a QT C++ program and run a test of it using WaveForms and the Analog Discovery 2.

A diagram of the MPSSE

CLICK HERE to read the tutorial in it’s entirety on Atadiat.com.

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