About EEPROM and FX2(68013a) USB interface in USRP

Hi All

I am developing a board with gnuradio which is like USRP. It is also use
FX2LP(CY7C68013a) and AD9862, and I add some surroundings.

I hope that my board can work well with gnuradio, but it seems like it
can
only support USRP now. So could you please give me some help, if I want
to
run gnuradio on my board. How should I do with it?

Now I do some test with my board.

When I plug the board to host and run command : lsusb
the information list as below:

Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0b4:8613 Cypress Semiconductor corp. CY7C68013
EZ-USB
FX2 USB 2.0 Development Kit

When I plug the USRP it shows
Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0xfffe:0x0002

My board is recognized by PC, but VID and PID is different from USRP.
What’s the problem with it?
It means the driver(s) is not correct? Or I should change something in
the
source or head file?

PS: I don’t configuration EEPROM with CY7C68013a now. Does this cause
some
issues? Should I leave it blank? If not, what and how should I burn in
it?


When I run benchmark_rx.py, it shows “Fail to automatically setup a usrp
device”.
I think it make sense, because the PC doesn’t find USRP anyway.

Thank you guys all!!

Best Regard
Sindy

On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 04:02:43PM +0800, Liang Xin 梁昕 wrote:


My board is recognized by PC, but VID and PID is different from USRP.
What’s the problem with it?
It means the driver(s) is not correct? Or I should change something in the
source or head file?

PS: I don’t configuration EEPROM with CY7C68013a now. Does this cause some
issues? Should I leave it blank? If not, what and how should I burn in it?

Your questions reveal that you don’t know have much of an
understanding of USB. If you hope to create a USB based device,
you should probably spend some time studying the USB 2.0 specs.

Eric

Thank you very much, Eric!

I konw it is the USB issue, and I am really a greenhand in this area. I
have
learned how to change PID/VID via EEPROM and how to burn program in it
now.

And my question is which source code is the content of the EEPROM in
gnuradio, that I can burn it in? it should be a data file in the
package,
right?

Thank you again!

BR
Sindy

2010/4/13, Eric B. [email protected]:

hi, i have the same question as yours. can you give me some guide?

Liang Xin 梁昕 wrote:

right?

When I plug the USRP it shows
issues? Should I leave it blank? If not, what and how should I burn in
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