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'''Presenter:''' Boris Brezillion, Bootlin  <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Boris Brezillion, Bootlin  <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
'''Summary:'''
This presentation provides information about the new features exposed by the I3C, <br>  
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This presentation provides information about the new features exposed by the I3C <br>  
 
protocol in Linux and future possible improvements of I3C framework. <br>  
 
protocol in Linux and future possible improvements of I3C framework. <br>  
  
* [[http://elinux.org/images/d/d6/I3c.pdf | [PDF]] [[https://youtu.be/WnXvRBxLlGY | [VIDEO] ]] ELC 2018
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* [http://elinux.org/images/d/d6/I3c.pdf PDF] | [https://youtu.be/WnXvRBxLlGY VIDEO] ELC 2018
  
 
== Tutorial:I2C Hacking Demystified. ==
 
== Tutorial:I2C Hacking Demystified. ==
 
'''Presenter:''' Igor Stoppa, OpenSource Technology Center, Intel <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Igor Stoppa, OpenSource Technology Center, Intel <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
'''Summary:'''
This presentation provides information to create and operate a custom I2C <br>
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The slides provide information to create and operate a custom I2C <br>
 
peripheral as well as debugging tools for interaction between the two devices. <br>
 
peripheral as well as debugging tools for interaction between the two devices. <br>
  
* [[https://elinux.org/images/d/d8/Stoppa.pdf| [PDF] ]] [[https://youtu.be/s7A6454trO8 | [VIDEO] ]] ELC 2016
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* [https://elinux.org/images/d/d8/Stoppa.pdf PDF] | [https://youtu.be/s7A6454trO8 VIDEO] ELC 2016
  
 
== Board Bringup: You, Me, and I2C==
 
== Board Bringup: You, Me, and I2C==
 
'''Presenter:''' David Anders, Texas Instruments <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' David Anders, Texas Instruments <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
'''Summary:'''
This presentation provides information about the communication principles, <br>
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The session talks about the communication principles, <br>
drivers and software tools and also about board bringup use cases. <br>
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drivers and software tools and also about board bringup use cases on I2C. <br>
  
* [[https://elinux.org/images/1/1f/Elce-danders.pdf | [PDF] ]] [[http://free-electrons.com/blog/elc-2013-videos/ | [VIDEO] ]] ELC 2013
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* [https://elinux.org/images/1/1f/Elce-danders.pdf PDF] | [http://free-electrons.com/blog/elc-2013-videos/ VIDEO] ELC 2013
  
 
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= '''SPI''' =

Revision as of 01:44, 2 September 2020

I2C

I + I2C = I3C: What's in this Addition 'I'?

Presenter: Boris Brezillion, Bootlin
Summary: This presentation provides information about the new features exposed by the I3C
protocol in Linux and future possible improvements of I3C framework.

Tutorial:I2C Hacking Demystified.

Presenter: Igor Stoppa, OpenSource Technology Center, Intel
Summary: The slides provide information to create and operate a custom I2C
peripheral as well as debugging tools for interaction between the two devices.

Board Bringup: You, Me, and I2C

Presenter: David Anders, Texas Instruments
Summary: The session talks about the communication principles,
drivers and software tools and also about board bringup use cases on I2C.

SPI

Groking the Linux SPI Subsystem

Presenter:Matt Porter, Konsulko
Summary: This presentation provides the information about the framework, features of the SPI subsystem
which used to satisfy hardware and performance requirements in an embedded Linux system.

What's Going on with SPI

Presenter:Mark Brown, Linaro
Summary: This presentation provides information of overview of SPI subsystem in Linux
kernel as well overview on hardware and framework.

Passing Time With SPI Framebuffer Driver

Presenter: Matt Porter, Texas Instruments
Summary: This presentation provides the information about registering the SPI device and drivers as
well debugging tools for SPI.

USB

Modern USB.

Presenter:Andrzej Pietrasiewicz, Collabora.
Summary: This presentation provides information about gadget creation e.g. at device boot time -a frequent
use case, all the necessary system units as well provides the USB functions implementation

USB Protocol introduction.

Presenter:Krzysztof Opasiak, Samsung R&D Institute Poland.
Summary: This presentation provides information about open source/hardware tools and tools for USB traffic modification.

Debugging Usually Slightly Broken (USB) Devices and Drivers.

Presenter:Krzysztof Opasiak, Samsung R&D Institute Poland.
Summary: This presentation provided information about USB protocol, standard Linux host side infrastructure
and analyzes USB traffic without expensive USB analyzers.

Understand USB (in Linux).

Presenter:Krzysztof Opasiak.
Summary: This presentation provides information about the USB protocol, implementations in Linux, and basics
of USB host implementation.

USB and the Real World.

Presenter:Alan Ott, Signal 11 Software.
Summary: This presentation provides information about Linux USB Gadget Interface and USB speed, USB Standards and hardware.

Kernel USB Gadget Configfs Interface.

Presenter:Matt Porter, Linaro.
Summary: This presentation provides information about the linux USB terminology, brief history of USB gadget subsystem
and using USB gadget configfs.

Useful USB Gadgets on Linux.

Presenter:Gary Bisson, Adeneo Embedded.
Summary: This presentation provides information about USB gadget API,design your own gadget and all basic of USB.

Enhancements to USB Gadget Framework.

Presenter:Conrad Roeber.
Summary: This presentation provides information about USB architecture, create USB gadget and gadget API vs Linux-USB API.

GPIO

PinControl and GPIO Update.

Presenter: Linus Walleij, ST-Ericsson.
Summary: This presentation provides information about GPIO subsystem, pin control subsystem and GPIO subsystem drivers interface.

Pin Control Subsystem Overview.

Presenter: Linus Walleij, ST-Ericsson.
Summary: This presentation provides information about pin configuration subsystem interface and GPIO formation.