The endpoint descriptor stored in the device specifies the maximum latency period. For low-speed devices, the maximum latency can be any value from 10--255 ms. For full speed, the range is 1--255 ms. for high speed and SuperSpeed, the range is 125 Ms to 4.096 s in increments of 125 Ms. In addition, a high-speed or SuperSpeed interrupt endpoint with a maximum latency of 125 Ms can request 1, 2, or 3 transactions per interval.
I'm assuming that that capital "M" character is supposed to be the greek "mu" letter, i.e.,
or (I hope I count the zeros properly) 0.000125 seconds.
Somebody tell me yes or no. I think the number is supposed to be 125 MicroSeconds.
The ZIP archives contain a lot of PDF files. The USB 2 and 3 specification files itself are about 5 to 7 MB. If you are not going to write your own USB driver, you normally don't need the specs. Just have a look at the driver interface documentation. An example would be the MSDN page USB_ENDPOINT_DESCRIPTOR structure[^] which also answers your initial question.
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I m making an Android project using Eclipse, and access its APK file from my MFC dialog based application,
I am passing some command line parameter from my dialog based application to android application, if command line parameters have general English characters its working fine, but for special char or some other language char it pass '?' in place of these char or generate error.
please help me how can I pass special char and non English char in command line parameter.