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Host Controller Instance structure (USBH_HCI)

Host Controller Instance (USBH_HCI) structure represents an instance of host controller that USB Host Core has mounted.

typedef struct {                        /* Host Controller Instance structure */
  USBH_HCI_CAP Cap;                     /* Host Ctrl Driver Inst Capabilities */
  U32          PortCon;                 /* Port connected map                 */
  U8           LastDevAdr;              /* Last addressed device address      */
  USBH_EP      EP0;                     /* Endpoint 0                         */
  U32          LastError;               /* Last Error                         */

Explanation of USBH_HCI structure elements:

  • Cap represents the host controller instance driver capabilities.
  • PortCon represents the port connection bitmap for the host controller instance.
  • LastDevAdr represents the last enumerated device address used by the host controller instance.
  • EP0 represents the Control Endpoint 0 used by the host controller instance.
  • LastError represents last error that happened on the host controller instance.
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