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Medical Applications USB Stack FAQ

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MedicalApplicat
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Q:   What is “Medical Applications USB stack”?

A:   Freescale’s Medical Applications USB stack is based on USB's Personal Health Care Device Class PHDC and IEEE-11073 and is compatible with Continua Host emulator software. This Medical USB stack enables microcontrollers with guidelines for Continua Health Alliance connectivity (http://www.continuaalliance.org/) and is a first step to test your application prior official Continua Certification.

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MedicalApplicat
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A:   As of September 2009 the Flexis JM demonstration board (DEMOJM) and 9S08JS16 demo board (DEMO9S08JS16) support the Medical Applications USB stack.  The stack is planned to be available for demo and evaluation boards in the future.

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MedicalApplicat
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A:   As of September 2009 the featured documentation is a step-by-step User Guide (document S08CFV1USBUG) to get you running in short time and a comprehensive reference manual (document S08CFV1USBAPIRM). Application notes and trainings will be supplied soon.

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Tacho57
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Hi, I search for this documents ... but can't find it, please tell me where to look for. Many Thanks

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MedicalApplicat
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A:   As of September 2009 the 8-bit 9S08JS16, 9S08JM16, 9S08JM60 and 32-bit  MCF51JM128 support the Medical Applications USB stack. The stack is planned to be available for other 32-bit ColdFire MCUs in the future.

Message Edited by Medical Applications USB Stack on 2009-09-01 09:58 PM
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MedicalApplicat
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A:    The customer benefits of the Medical USB stack are as follows:

·           Complimentary

·           Standardization

·           Connectivity

·           Portability

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MedicalApplicat
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A:The stack contains HID, PHDC, CDC and MSD. Personal Health Care Device Class (PHDC) is the key component that allows USB connectivity for dedicated medical applications.

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MedicalApplicat
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A: General technical support on how to use the stack “as is” will be provided through our regular support channels (www.freescale.com/support). Support for customizing the stack is also provided. Due to the open nature of the stack, no support is provided for modification on existing classes or low level drivers of this stack.

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MedicalApplicat
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A:  Yes. The software is distributed freely and customers can add up classes while using within Freescale portfolio..

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MedicalApplicat
Contributor III

A: The medical USB stack is complimentary while using within Freescale portfolio.

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MedicalApplicat
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A:    IEEE 11073 provides structure to your communication interface.

          Defines commands to access data

          Structures data to be transmitted

          Defines communication states

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MedicalApplicat
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A:    USB.org Personal Health Care Device Class is a standard Implementation of USB communication for medical devices in the industry.

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MedicalApplicat
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A:    The Continua Alliance is a forum of member companies (+200) that have come together to form workgroups to set standards for medical systems.

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