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Computer ports - USB bus  
High Speed USB Platform Design Guidelines High Speed USB, pdf file
PHY Interface For the PCI Express- and USB 3.0 Architectures  USB 3.0 architecture, pdf file
Super Speed USB 3.0 xHCI Driver High Speed USB, pdf file
Universal host controller interface (UHCI) design guide
Universal Serial Bus Universal Serial Bus information, the features and benefits of USB 2.0 bus, USB 2.0 technology, Evolution of USB, USB Technology, Enumeration, USB Packet Identifier (PIDs), USB Packets, The Physical Layer, Speed Negotiation, Mechanical Connectors, Power Distribution
Universal Serial Bus Universal Serial Bus is a connectivity specification developed by Intel and other technology industry leaders. USB provides ease of use, expandability, and speed for the end user
Universal Serial Bus Universal Serial Bus (USB) provides a serial bus standard for connecting devices, usually to computers such as PCs and the Apple Macintosh, ...
Universal Serial Bus supports up to 127 devices and both isochronous and asynchronous data transfers. Cables can be up to five metres long and it includes built-in power distribution for low power devices
Universal Serial Bus pdf file
Universal Serial Bus 3.0 - specification pdf file
Universal Serial Bus - specifications Universal Serial Bus - specifications & drivers, the Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a set of connectivity specifications developed by Intel in collaboration with industry leaders. USB allows high-speed, easy connection of peripherals to a PC. When plugged in, everything configures automatically. USB is the most successful interconnect in the history of personal computing and has migrated into consumer electronics (CE) and mobile products
USB ppt file
USB poort ppt file
USB USB provides an expandable, hot-pluggable Plug and Play serial interface that ensures a standard, low-cost connection for peripheral devices such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, printers, scanners, storage devices, modems, and video conferencing cameras, USB Architecture , pdf file
USB 2.0 Flash Disk Controller SN20086, Block Diagram, Pin Assignment Diagram, AU6386 Block diagram, Mechanical Information Diagram, ..., pdf file
USB 2.0 Protection Every time the device is connected or disconnected, the circuit receives a voltage/current transient. An electrostatic Discharge (ESD) event is one such transient. What type of transients occur? USB is susceptible to two main types of events: Overvoltage transients and Overcurrent events, ESD Protection USB 2.0 Data Lines pdf file
USB 2.0 Transceiver Macrocell Interface, version 1.05(UTMI) specification defines the USB 2.0 Transceiver Macrocell Interface (UTMI). The UTMI provides a standardized interface for USB transceivers that are used in devices, pdf file
USB 3.0 information USB 3.0 technology overview
USB 3.0 Specification provides the technical details to understand USB 3.0 requirements and design USB 3.0 compatible products
USB 3.0 Specification SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specification, pdf file
USB 3.0 System Architecture This paper is a brief review of the USB 3.0 implementation, focusing on USB 2.0 backward compatibility and on the major features associated with the Super- Speed (SS) bus. The goal is to provide the reader with a short and concise description of USB 3.0, and enough detail to give a good feel for the technology, protocols, and techniques, pdf file
USB 3.0 white paper SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specification. The Universal Serial Bus (USB) 3.0 specification is a new industry-standard peripheral connection technology, developed by USB Implementers Forum, for connecting peripherals to PCs and laptops. The USB 3.0 specification draws from the same architecture of the wired USB specification and therefore is a backward-compatible standard with the same ease-of-use and plug and play capabilities of previous USB technologies, but with a 10X performance increase and lower power consumption, pdf file
USB bus protocol USB 3.0 technology overview
USB bus pdf file
USB in a nutShell Architectural Overview, USB Data Flow Model, USB Device Frame Work, and USB Host Hardware and Software, Peripheral hardware, Mechanical, and Electrical
USB on the go basics allows two USB devices to talk to each other without requiring the services of a personal computer
USB or Universal Serial Bus pdf file
USB protocol specification This chapter deals with the way of organising the data flow between a computer equipped with the USB hub and various USB devices connected to it. USB is a serial bus meaning that there is only one line transmitting signals, so only 1 bit can be sent at one instance of time
USB specifications USB specs, event and compliance program info, tools, and documents for USB developers
USB Plugs and Sockets Standard USB Plugs and Sockets, USB Cables, Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a hardware interface for low-speed peripherals such as keyboards, mouses, joysticks, scanners, printers, telephony devices, and MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 digital video
USB Support on Windows 98
USBview a USB port diagnostic tool
USB white papers An Analysis of Wireless Device Implementations on USB, An Introduction to Hi-Speed USB, Benefits of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) for Data Acquisition, Cyclic Redundancy Checks in USB
Wireless Universal Serial Bus WUSB, Technology & Research at Intel, Wireless Universal Serial Bus, spectrum: 3.1-10.6 GHz
Wireless USB Promoter Group Certified Wireless USB is the first high-speed wireless personal interconnect technology to meet the needs of multimedia consumer electronics, PC peripherals, and mobile devices. Certified Wireless USB will preserve the functionality of wired USB while also unwiring the cable connection and providing enhanced support for streaming media CE devices and peripherals

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