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Discussion - Hardware / Future of FT232H, FT2232H, FT4232H?
« on: October 24, 2020, 12:02:11 PM »
Could FTDI please let us know if they are going to release new devices similar to FT232H, FT2232H, FT4232H in the future?

My ideal devices would be:

- High-speed USB
- 1, 2, 4, 8 channel device variants
- UART, MPSSE, bit bang on every channel
- xDBUS[7:0] ports only, no need for xCBUS[7:0] ports
- At least 8 kByte RX FIFO buffer and 8 kByte TX FIFO buffer for each channel
- At least 100 MHz internal clock (vs the current 60 MHz)
- Each port pin shall be independently configurable as open-drain
- Support for all SPI modes
- Support for I2C clock stretching
- Support for I2C multi-master
- Small QFN package with 0.5 mm pin pitch

Discussion - Drivers / FT60x protocol documentation
« on: September 21, 2020, 12:22:04 PM »
Assuming FTDI is interested in selling more chips it would be great if they opened their FT60x protocol documentation (and the same for other chips too).
We know we can use FTDI drivers but many of us would like to write clean code in selected language using generic libraries (e.g. libusb).
Just a thought :)

If my FT231X CBUS[0:3] pins are configured as "GPIO" in MTP can I control them (configure as input or output, write and read pin values) from Java D2xx library for Android?

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