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Philips unveils 'first USB, USB OTG carkit transceivers'

Posted: 28 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:royal philips electronics? Philips? universal serial bus? usb? on-the-go?

Royal Philips Electronics released what it touts as the industry's first family of USB and USB On-the-Go (transceivers" target=_blank>otg) carkit transceivers, offering manufacturers a simple and cost-effective way to connect mobile devices to a carkit via a USB interface.

According to the press release, the USB and USB OTG transceivers provide a single, simple connection for the processing of digital data and multiplexed audio for mobile applications. The transceivers also support smart carkit applications such as push-to-talk and caller ID displays.

The USB and USB OTG transceivers provide product designers a flexible and cost-effective way to add carkit support for mobile phones without having to change the design of the handset. The transceivers are compliant with the Consumer Electronics Association Mini-USB Analog Carkit Interface specification (CEA-936-A) and with USB specification revision 2.0. The ISP1109 transceiver supports USB and carkit interfaces in mobile applications, while the ISP1302 supports OTG connectivity and features a 50mA charge pump.

The ISP1109 is currently in volume production, and the ISP1302 transceiver is sampling in HVQFN24 packaging, with volume production planned for Q4 2005.

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