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dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::type3 Struct Reference

#include <dx_usb_audio.h>

+ Inheritance diagram for dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::type3:
+ Collaboration diagram for dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::type3:

Public Attributes

unsigned char bBitResolution
 The number of effectively used bits from the available bits in an audio subslot. More...
 
unsigned char bDescriptorSubtype
 
unsigned char bFormatType
 FORMAT_TYPE_I. Constant identifying the Format Type the AudioStreaming interface is using. More...
 
unsigned char bSubslotSize
 The number of bytes occupied by one audio subslot. Can be 1, 2, 3 or 4. More...
 

Member Data Documentation

template<class buffer_t = dx::circular>
unsigned char dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::type1::bBitResolution
inherited

The number of effectively used bits from the available bits in an audio subslot.

template<class buffer_t = dx::circular>
unsigned char dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::head::bDescriptorSubtype
inherited
template<class buffer_t = dx::circular>
unsigned char dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::head::bFormatType
inherited

FORMAT_TYPE_I. Constant identifying the Format Type the AudioStreaming interface is using.

template<class buffer_t = dx::circular>
unsigned char dx::usb::audio< buffer_t >::descriptor::interface::streaming::format::type1::bSubslotSize
inherited

The number of bytes occupied by one audio subslot. Can be 1, 2, 3 or 4.


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