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usbfs design question
I am considering the design of an interface device (board) that essentially will make multiple USB devices appear as one USB device.
Just a bit of back ground. I am an amateur radio operator and use a radio called the Peaberry V2. I own multiple of these radios. Currently each radio attaches to a PC via USB. Each radio appears as a separate device on the PC. Each radio has a operates on a unique band of frequencies. Currently the PC host application needs to be stopped, reconfigured and restarted to switch between radios. The idea is to use a PSoC 3 and configure multiple USBFS components (one for each radio) and then select a given USBFS component and route the data to a common USBFS component that is attached to the PC.
The interface device will do more than USB interfacing but I would like to know what folks think about this aspect first.
I need to stay with the PSoC 3 as this is the only chip that is available in a 48 pin configuration. The board will be offered as kit and the 48 pin version is the only chip that can be reasonably be soldered into place by a kit builder
Thanks for taking a look,