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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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Universal Serial Bus Device Class Definition for Audio Devices.pdf, Available online:http://www.usb.org> Accessed: 2011-01-01
El firmware hace de dUQx un dispositivo USB tipo vendor-specific que soporta unicamente transferencias de control a traves del punto final cero (Universal Serial Bus Group, 2007), utiliza como VID (Vendor Identification) 0x016c0 y PID (Product Identification) 0x05dc (Objective Develpment GmbH, 2009).
The company's product line includes cores supporting the Universal Serial Bus (USB), IEEE-1394 and the Video Interface Port (VIP2) standards.
The first products will just trickle in this year--a .75 ounce wireless headset for cell phones from Ericsson and, from Motorola, add-ons such as a Bluetooth PC card and a Universal Serial Bus adapter to retrofit existing PCs.
Fujitsu PC Corp has introduced the Universal LAN Hub, a product that allows notebook computers to be connected to network and peripheral devices via a single universal serial bus (USB) connection.
Four Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports should make it easy to add peripherals: printers, scanners, joysticks, digital cameras and the Intel AnyPoint Home Network are already available.
(AMI), Atlanta, has developed drivers for the Konica Universal Serial Bus (USB) digital video camera used for teleconferencing and other video applications.
It utilizes the Universal Serial Bus (USB), which the company said allows users to download images 10 times faster than serial connections.
Key words: pulse width modulation, microchip, musical instrument digital interface, universal serial bus
Semiconductor solutions supplier Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723) announced on Friday its first low-end flash microcontrollers (MCUs) with a built-in USB 2.0 (Universal Serial Bus) host/function controller, designed for consumer electronics.
Kycon is expanding its USB product line by adding USB 3.0, the next generation design-in Universal Serial Bus - KUSBX-xxlN9 Series.
The SIIG hubs are compliant with Universal Serial Bus 3.0 Specification, Revision 1.0 to ensure compatibility with the latest computer systems and a wide variety of USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices.
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