Thesycon’s USB network drivers provides a network adapter emulation on Windows CE and Embedded Compact operating systems by implementing the specific network protocol on USB.
The drivers run on USB Host controllers that support the Microsoft USB Host Driver Interface (USBDI).
This driver works with devices that are compliant to the Communication Device Class (CDC) specification, subclass for Ethernet Control Model (ECM) devices.
This works with devices that are compliant to the Communication Device Class (CDC) specification, subclass for Network Control Model (NCM) devices.
This works with devices that are compliant to the Communication Device Class (CDC) specification, subclass Ethernet Emulation Model (EEM) devices.
Similar drivers are also available for Windows 10.
The demo version of the driver stops working after 2 hours. To reset the demo timer, the driver needs to be unloaded and loaded again. This can be done by rebooting the platform or disconnect and reconnect all USB devices were loaded for.
To receive a free demo, please fill out the contact form.
NOTE: The driver described on this page is *not for use by end users*. It will not help solve any problems you may experience with a consumer device such as a webcam, camcorder, card reader, external sound card, etc. Thesycon’s device drivers are software components intended to be used by hardware or software manufacturers to create end products.
For each USB device model an official USB vendor ID (VID) is required. Vendor IDs must be unique and will be assigned by the USB Implementers Forum (www.usb.org). Registration fees will be charged.
Thesycon owns a USB vendor ID and offers a subset of product IDs (PID) to device vendors. For customers who have licensed USB software from Thesycon this service is free of charge.
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