Do OSSIE Devices typify the SCAs definition of a System Component, which uses Base Device Interfaces?

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Do OSSIE Devices typify the SCAs definition of a System Component, which uses Base Device Interfaces?

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While OSSIE uses the Base Device Interfaces, again, the limitation is in our usage of the Domain Profiles. As seen in the SCAv2.2.2 Extensions for CF::Devices, the JTRS notion of a logical device is different from the usage of a device in OSSIE. For OSSIE, a device interface is exactly that, an interface to access a particular device whose implementation is encapsulated within a CF::Device sub-type. OSSIE provides device interfaces to a GPP (in the form of a CF::ExecutableDevice?), a USRPv1.0 (in the form of a CF::Resource), and will soon provide interfaces to FPGAs and DSPs. What you will not find are logical representations of, say, an RS-232 device, or Ethernet.

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