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USB

Universal Serial Bus informatics An external bus with transfer rates up to 12 Mbps, which accommodates up to 127 peripherals, replacing serial and parallel ports. Cf Firewire.
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The number of USB devices you can connect moved up slightly with 2.0, also, to 127.
* Back up USB Devices to Discs: Transfers important data from erasable USB devices to standardized DVD/CD discs.
infect all USB devices that are subsequently attached to that PC, which would
And, of course, OTG-based USB devices are still being developed while Bluetooth products are on store shelves today.
The TPS25810 USB Type-C DFP controller, now available from Mouser Electronics, monitors the two configuration channel (CC) pins to determine when a USB device is attached as well as the device orientation.
* Memory card/USB to Memory card/USB Copy: Makes one copy of memory card or USB device
The no-contract H2O Broadband with international roaming allows users to access the web on a laptop, netbook or tablet from anywhere in the world using H2O Broadband's USB device and SIM card.
Atmel Corporation introduced an A Cortex-M3 Flash microcontroller wi High Speed (480 Mbps) USB Device SDIO/SD/MMC Host and SPI interf on-chip.
The cable-free solution transmits data up to 54 Mbps via a sender unit and a four-port USB hub receiver unit-allowing cameras, keyboards, printers, hard drives or any USB device to be connected to the computer.
With highly integrated system peripherals, including a 33/66 MHz 32-bit PCI Controller (PCI 2.2 compliant), GPIO, two 10/100 Ethernet Controllers, USB Device and Host, two UARTS, an AC-97 Controller and a PCMCIA controller, the Au1500 processor can provide lower system costs, and can enable smaller form factors, simpler designs and shorter design cycles.
The USB device will enable communication between any USB-equipped PC and the entire range of ORiNOCO access points.
With the built-in USB device controller, incorporating the ICs as sub-microcontrollers to non-USB devices allows implementation of new USB applications.