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2007-06-07 USB PHY trims power in 65nm, 45nm SoC designs
Chipidea introduces a USB PHY core for 1.8V I/O devices that it says offers the industry's lowest power consumption for SoC designs in the 65nm and 45nm advanced technology nodes.
2010-08-27 USB 3.0-SATA bridge certified SuperSpeed compliant
Fujitsu's USB 3.0-SATA bridge IC wins SuperSpeed certification from USB group
2009-02-16 USB 3.0 Speedsnow and later
The performance of any standard is based not on just the standard, but the implementation. It's always execution that matters.
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.
2006-02-13 Synopsys extends DesignWare USB 2.0 PHY lineup
Synopsys announced the addition of the new DesignWare USB 2.0 nanoPHY intellectual property to its existing DesignWare USB 2.0 physical layer product line
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
2008-10-16 Power in USB 2.0 Devices
More devices are doing more things. The best example of devices that have more functions are phones.
2013-05-02 MOST150 INIC adds USB 2.0 support
Microchip Technology's OS81118 allows designers to create in-car mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity applications on the MOST150 network by connecting a standard Wi-Fi/3G/LTE module via USB
2010-06-25 Changing the i.MX31 USB PHY
This application note helps to interface the most common USB PHYs with the i.MX31 microprocessor
2007-08-02 Wisair fields single chip for belated wireless USB spec
A startup is announcing a single-chip device for wireless USB interconnects at a time when the standard continues to face delays coming to market
2005-11-02 Wireless USB tools to address ultra-wideband development, test
New protocol analysis and traffic-generation tools promise to provide insight at each stage of a product's development lifecycle.
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
2008-11-12 Wireless USB solution is fully integrated
Staccato Communications has launched the latest addition to its Ripcord2 family of single-chip UWB ICs, the SC4503 PCIe wireless host controller interface solution for wireless USB host applications
2006-06-08 Wireless USB SiP includes development kit
Staccato Communications is debuting a reference design kit for developers of Certified Wireless USB HWA and DWA designs
2006-08-25 WiMedia Alliance completes fourth PHY interoperability testing
The WiMedia Alliance announced that it has completed its fourth PHY interoperability testing, which signals the Alliance's progress in completing its PHY Test Specification which readies products for the next stage of testing of WiMedia's certified common radio platform
2012-02-29 WiFi module boasts up to 150Mb/s PHY rate
The Nano WiReach USB from Connect One brings wireless connectivity to consumer devices not originally intended to support wireless functionality
2005-09-28 UWB PHY device combines RF, BB components in single chip
Realtek Semiconductor announced it is entering the UWB market with the RTL8170, a highly integrated, high performance UWB PHY solution based on the WiMedia Alliance PHY 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
2009-10-27 USB-to-LAN controllers suit embedded nets
ASIX Electronics Corp. has released the AX88760 USB 2.0 MTT hub and USB 2.0 to Ethernet combo controller designed for compact embedded networking solutions
2010-06-24 USB-to-Ethernet controller enables fast plug-and-play
From ASIX Electronics Corp. comes the AX88772B USB-to-Ethernet controller with low power and low pin count for the embedded Ethernet applications
2007-07-26 USB-IF awards first Wireless USB certifications
USB-IF has granted the first Wireless USB certifications to two manufacturers of laptop PCs and two designers of wireless hubs and adapters
2015-08-20 USB Type-C: Amid the promises and confusion
The latest iteration of the USB truly affords a wealth of benefits, especially with its power delivery feature, but analysts may bring potential confusion to consumers
2013-05-21 USB to Ethernet controller includes Microsoft AOAC support
Asix Electronics' AX88772C provides a small form factor solution and plug-and-play usability while allowing embedded system designers to deliver Ethernet connectivity.
2015-06-02 USB technology in a battery-powered IoT era
Here's a look at how the USB standard has evolved to a state-of-the-art technology that allows even small battery-powered devices for the IoT to communicate with anything
2011-06-30 USB solution features built-in self-test
Evatronix's USB high speed PHY IP is designed to complement the company's suite of USB 2.0 device and host controllers.
2005-02-07 USB OTG transceiver allows DRD operation
Micrel's USB OTG transceiver is engineered to enable intelligent self-powered devices to communicate on a peer-to-peer basis with other USB and USB OTG enabled devices
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
2008-11-19 USB interface grabs a higher version
The commonly used USB interface has now been upgraded to ver 3.0 at a developers' conference where some companies announced product plans for the new specifications with data rates that could hit 400MBps
2010-07-01 USB hub cuts chip-to-chip link power consumption
SMSC offers the USB4640, a combination two-port USB 2.0 hub and flash media reader controller that links to a host processor via a patented low-power version of USB 2.0 called HSIC
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