Any USB Host stacks for the STM32F105 processor that work with crossworks?

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    Michael Johnson

    There's something on the ST website

    http://www.st.com/stonline/products/literature/um/15857.pdf

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    Tom Engelberth

    That app note is only the low level part of the driver.   The example includes a working sample in binary form because it uses some purchased items for the rest of the stack.   Thus far I have gotten replies from three vendors and the going price for a license that can be used on multiple projects is in the $8000 to $10000 range with a 20,000 unit limit.

     

    I got a reply from my ST FAE and he said ST does not have any stacks and to look at 3rd party stacks.

     

    Thanks

    Tom

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    Ben Stuyts

    If you're not particularly bound to the STM32F105, you might want to look at other vendors. I have been working with some Luminary Micro (now TI) Stellaris chips, and they come with a good set of (free) libraries.

     

    Ben

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