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Question: OTG-Host BIOS Users manual stating that the host must grant the BIOS 30 uS between sending LCP commands. Does this only apply when using the HSS interface to communicate with the controller, or does it apply regardless of the interface?
It is true that the host must grant a delay of 30us to the BIOS between LCP commands. This not specific to the HSS interface and is applicable to the other co-processor interfaces as well