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2005-05-27 Wireless USB spec opened to adopters
Announced at the first Wireless USB Developers Conference, wireless USB version 1 spec enters the wireless industry
2005-05-26 Wireless USB spec opened to adopters
Wireless USB took a big leap towards standardization - and its seven major proponents hope towards market adoption - with the release of a version 1 specification
2005-05-04 UTMI+ OTG transceiver passes Hi-Speed USB test
Standard Microsystems has developed a standalone, hi-speed physical layer transceiver (PHY) that supports the highest level in the UTMI+ standard
2007-07-09 USB-based sensors operate even without power meter
Agilent Technologies Inc. releases the Agilent U2000 Series of USB-based power sensors, which operate without power meters or extra hardware modules
2008-02-12 USB IP saves power, simplifies connection
Synopsys has expanded it DesignWare USB IP product line with support for the USB 2.0 Link Power Management and High Speed Inter-Chip standards
2009-11-30 USB audio kit achieves sub-3ms roundtrip latency
XMOS USB audio 2.0 ref design's asynchronous mode is a vital ingredient in the reduction of digital audio jitter which results in superior sound reproduction
2014-12-23 USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glance
USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus standard for computer connectivity. In this article, we share a summary of important differences between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0
2009-05-08 USB 2.0 oscillator handles up to 100MHz
Mobius Microsystems Inc. has launched the MM8201 oscillator for USB 2.0 applications, enabling smaller and thinner USB devices
2007-05-15 USB 2.0 mux interfaces USB, non-USB devices
Intersil claims its ISL54200 USB 2.0 Hi-Speed/Full-Speed multiplexer provides the most flexible high-performance solution for interfacing USB and non-USB portable devices.
2007-04-26 USB 2.0 connector features 10.5mm profile
SMK has developed a type A vertical Hi-Speed USB connector with a low-profile receptacle.
2003-01-27 USB 2.0 analyzer supports USB-OTG
The SBA-30 USB 2.0 analyzer from Catalyst Enterprises Inc. provides advanced bus analyzer capabilities for low, full, and hi-speed USB 2.0 and 1.x, as well for the USB-OTG specification.
2005-08-10 ULPI interface specs support hi-speed USB transceivers
The ULPI Working Group announced the first public availability of the UTMI+ low-pin interface (ULPI) industry specification for hi-speed universal serial bus (USB) and USB on-the-go (OTG) transceiver chips.
2004-09-06 Synopsys unveils DesignWare USB 2.0 OTG PHY core
Synopsys introduced its DesignWare USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG) PHY (Physical Layer) core targeted at TSMC's 90-, 130- and 180nm processes
2008-04-22 Synopsys touts first certified USB 2.0 PHY IP for 45nm
Synopsys Inc. has announced that its DesignWare USB 2.0 nanoPHY is the first 45nm USB 2.0 PHY IP to successfully pass the USB Implementers Forum Hi-Speed USB PHY certification.
2005-05-17 Synopsys IP achieves USB OTG certification
Synopsys Inc.'s DesignWare universal serial bus on-the-go (USB OTG) digital core and three physical interfaces (PHYs) have been certified by the USB Implementers Forum
2004-05-14 STMicro decoder includes Hi-Speed USB
STMicro has rolled out its new secure MPEG-2 decoder intended for STBs in all low-cost cable, satellite, and terrestrial TV markets.
2004-12-29 SMSC, TransDimension achieve USB-IF OTG certification
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) and TransDimension, a provider of USB connectivity solutions have completed the USB-IF On-The-Go (OTG) compliance testing for a hi-speed USB solution utilizing a stand-alone transceiver.
2002-11-22 SMSC samples 14-by-14mm USB flash drive controller
Standard Microsystems Corp. has announced that it is sampling its USB97C242 single-chip Hi-Speed USB flash drive controller in a 100-pin STQFP.
2002-05-08 SMSC controller IC bags NTS Labs USB-IF Silicon nod
The USB97C201 controller chip from Standard Microsystems Corp. has been certified as a Hi-Speed USB peripheral silicon building block by National Technical Systems Inc.
2007-03-22 SMK develops Type B Micro-USB connectors
SMK has announced the development of new Type B Micro-USB connectors that promise 60 percent less volume compared to the company's previous line
2005-09-16 Smallest single-port USB 2.0 analog switch in MicroPak CSP
Fairchild Semiconductor introduced what it touts as the smallest single-port USB 2.0 "Hi-Speed" (480Mbps) analog switch in a MicroPak chip scale package.
2005-09-02 Small PHY offers Hi-Speed USB host support in handhelds
The USB3450 UTMI+ standalone device/host transceiver from Standard Microsystems has passed Hi-Speed USB compliance testing with the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF).
2003-09-24 SigmaTel audio decoders offer hi-speed USB
SigmaTel Inc. has unveiled its 3G D-Major STMP35xx product family that is suitable for use in digital audio systems.
2007-10-30 PLX debuts PCI-to-USB 2.0 controller
PLX Technology's NET 2282 is claimed to be the industry's first PCI-to-USB peripheral controller optimized for converting PCI-based designs to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 products.
2004-02-16 Philips USB controllers feature peripheral, OTG support
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled its ISP1760 and ISP1761 hi-speed USB host controllers for embedded systems.
2008-01-28 OVP controllers guard Hi-Speed USB signals from ESD
Overvoltage protection controllers that provide ESD protection for Hi-Speed USB D+/D- signals have been introduced by Maxim Integrated Products.
2007-03-05 NXP touts 'smallest' ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers
With the smallest device in this family measuring 2.2-by-2.25-by-0.6mm, in a 0.4mm ball pitch, NXP's ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers are touted to be the smallest in the market.
2007-08-23 NXP claims 'first' USB digital audio headset solution
NXP Semiconductors has launched Nexperia PNX0161, said to be the world's first USB-driven digital audio headset solution
2007-01-18 NI offers USB modules for CAN, LIN testing
NI has announced its first USB modules for high-speed and low-speed/fault-tolerant CAN and LIN monitoring, logging and testing, combining the quality and performance of NI CAN software and hardware with the benefits of Hi-Speed USB.
2007-01-31 NI DAQ devices for USB offer 32 analog inputs
With the new NI USB-6221 and USB-6229 DAQ devices, which provide up to 32 analog inputs with a 250KSps single-channel sampling rate, NI has extended its USB DAQ offering to 40 devices
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