Good luck getting a reply. I tried the same thing approximately 6 months
ago and after repeated emailing didn't get a reply from them. Let me
know if you have any luck.
On Fri, 13 Jan 2006, Bernard Blackham wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 12, 2006 at 01:09:53PM -0500, Doug Sutherland wrote:
> > My interest in ISP1761 is mainly because of the high speed
> > 480MB/sec interface. I have done some research on USB host
> > capabilities on ARM processors across the board, and none have
> > this high speed interface, only full speed. I registered for the
> > Philips USB downloads, and unfortunately ISP1761 was not one of
> > the parts for which they had drivers. They do have a guide for
> > programming it on linux though.
> I recall it was available upon request - it required you to attach a
> PDF of the licence to an email and send it to them. I did so a few
> weeks ago, but have yet to get a response.
> > Since connex doesn't have the DMA signals, I think I will proceed
> > working with SL81HS while keeping ISP1761 and a strategic goal.
> One thing we're pondering is soldering a wire directly to the PXA's
> pins on the board (I'm not certain whether it'll work yet - still
> researching). Not a solution for production, but good enough for
> prototyping until the DACK/DREQ lines do appear in a future
> revision! =)