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2008-08-29 Using USB keyboard with an embedded host
This application note demonstrates how to develop a USB keyboard application that can run on the Explorer 16 demo board with a USB PICtail Plus daughter board using a Microchip USB On-The-Go MCU as the embedded host.
2009-07-22 USB/AC battery chargers ensure fast, safe charging
Summit Microelectronics has launched two more members of its third-generation programmable battery charger IC family.
2010-03-29 USB-OTG protection array packs 0.7pF capacitance
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. is offering an ESD-protection array featuring low capacitance and leakage current to protect USB on-the-go (OTG) ports against transient voltage signals.
2005-05-02 USB solutions for the embedded world
A well-planned USB implementation simplifies integration efforts for USB into end-products
2003-10-16 USB OTG presents benefits, challenges to power designers
USB On-The-Go has numerous advantages to offer--various challenges in the design and implementation, however, comes along with the advantages.
2010-02-18 USB On-The-Go (OTG) basics
This application note covers the electrical and protocol aspects of OTG, providing "big picture" information that should make it easier to read and understand the formal OTG Specification.
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
2009-02-11 USB human interface device class on an embedded host
With the introduction of Microchip's microcontrollers with the USB on-the-go peripheral, microcontroller applications can easily support USB embedded host functionality.
2006-05-02 USB host designed for automotive apps
Cypress Semiconductor introduced a version of its CY7C67300 EZ-Host embedded USB host/peripheral controller designed for automotive applications
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.
2004-10-05 TransDimension unveils single-chip USB OTG controller
TransDimension released what it claims as the industry's first single-chip USB OTG controller that supports high-speed peripheral and full-speed host functionality
2005-05-05 TI adopts Cypress USB controller for portable music player
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has selected Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s EZ-USB FX2LP and EZ-OTG
2003-04-04 SMSC USB 2.0 controller enables bus-powered hubs
The USB20H04 USB 2.0 hub controller IC of Standard Microsystems Corp. operates two downstream USB ports
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation
2002-11-14 Qualcomm licenses TransDimension USB technology
Qualcomm Inc. has licensed TransDimension Inc.'s USB OTG technology
2007-01-19 Power-management IC eases USB host devt
AnalogicTech's new power-management IC allows designers to boost voltage and provide the protection needed to simply and efficiently host a USB port on compute-intensive convergent portable systems
2008-09-18 PMIC features USB On-The-Go, overvoltage protection
Linear Technology Corp. introduces the newest member in a family of multifunction power management ICs for Li-Ion/polymer battery-based applications.
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
2003-05-23 Philips unveils USB bridge controller chip
Hoping to take advantage of USB ports already widely available in a range of consumer appliances, Royal Philips Electronics is rolling out what the company claims is the industry's first USB bridge controller chip
2005-07-28 Philips unveils 'first USB, USB OTG carkit transceivers
Philips released what it touts as the industry's first family of USB and USB On-the-Go carkit transceivers, offering manufacturers a simple and cost-effective way to connect mobile devices to a carkit via a USB interface.
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
2004-01-21 NEC licenses USB OTG tech from TransDimension
TransDimension, a provider of USB connectivity solutions for embedded applications, announced that NEC Electronics Corp. has licensed its USB On-The-Go (OTG) technology to integrate into their next-generation LSI chip for 3G mobile phones.
2003-02-20 Motorola licenses Transdimension's USB technology
Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector has licensed USB OTG technology from TransDimension Inc., in order to advance its connectivity roadmap for next-generation applications processors for portable information and wireless devices
2008-04-24 Microchip updates 32bit USB-OTG MCU portfolio
The latest USB OTG PIC32 family member of Microchip Technology, the PIC32MX420F032H-40I/PT, runs at 40MHz and features 32Kbytes of flash memory, comes in a 64-pin TQFP package and establishes a new low-cost entry point for the PIC32 family
2007-08-14 Micro-USB connector enables further device miniaturization
Tyco Electronics claims that its Micro-USB connector is smaller than conventional Mini-USB connectors and enables further miniaturization of portable devices
2005-07-25 Mentor receives certification of ULPI support for USB OTG core
Mentor Graphics Corp. said that its UTMI + low pin interface (ULPI) support for the Universal Serial Bus (USB) On-The-Go (OTG) standard has received certification from the USB Implementers Forum.
2005-05-19 Mentor receives certification for USB OTG controller IP
Mentor Graphics Corp.'s high-speed Universal Serial Bus (USB) On-The-Go (OTG) controller has received a certification during the recent USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) compliance workshop in Tokyo, Japan.
2004-12-03 Mentor division rolls out USB OTG support for Nucleus RTOS
Accelerated Tech announced USB On-The-Go support for the Nucleus Real-Time Operating System.
2007-04-20 Freescale expands ColdFire USB device line
Freescale has expanded its 32bit ColdFire USB device portfolio to offer flexible USB connectivity for a wide range of industrial applications
2008-11-18 FAQs: USB On-The-Go
The OTG specification is an addendum to the original USB specification. USB OTG defines a way for portable devices, through only one connector per device, to connect to supported USB products in addition to the PC
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