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The Embedded Software Store Expands Its Site in Support of CPU Architectures Beyond the ARM Architecture
Avnet Electronics Marketing, an operating group of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), today announced the Embedded Software Store, an online information and e-Commerce-based website dedicated
EE Live! kicks off tomorrow on 1 April 2014. Here's what one editor is looking for while wandering the...
Mentor Graphics announces improvements to and the re-branding of its well-known Expedition line of printed...
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From the ultra-small 3D transistors described in papers at this month’s International Electron Devices...
LogMeOnce Combines Password Vault, Secure USB Drive & Charger Together / (Everything USB)
KickStarter is a wonderful place where dreams can become reality. Just like any magical land, if you journey long enough you will see downright […]The post LogMeOnce Combines Password Vault, Secure USB Drive & Charger Together appeared first on Everything USB....
ALSA - libusb - usb audio device problem ? / (Consumerization: BYOD)
Greetings everybody,I have been trying to acquire data from my Sound Blaster audio device through USBusing libusb library.Have been trying to implement isochronous communication mode and having an errorrelated to busy device, errno = 16.While I was searching in the web, I see when asound.state file is running, similarproblems...
Blog Post: The industry’s tiniest FRAM devices…are here! / (TI E2E Community)
Remember when you thought it would be awesome to have a watch like this? Well, thanks to TI’s ultra-low power MSP430 WLCSP microcontroller (MCU) portfolio, you can have something even cooler! All of the devices in this portfolio are offered in a super tiny WLCSP (Wafer-Level Chip Scale Package). Here’s what...
Too Few USB Ports, USB is Hard because it’s Easy, International Happiness Day / (To USB or not to USB)
Not Enough USB Ports The most common complaint I hear now is that PC’s don’t offer enough USB 3.0 ports. In the most recent blog from Jeff Cable, he talks about how he bought a MacPro that has only 4 USB 3.0 ports. Jeff Cable says: “The only bad thing is that the new Mac [...]...
Increasing transfer speeds of modern I/O such as PCI Express, USB and SATA—as well as high-resolution displays—pose design challenges on small form factor (SFF) designs. Modern
The demand for faster response time, combined with consumers’ bottomless appetite for storage and higher resolution video, drives the need for faster wired interfaces like 10G USB and Thunderbolt 2.
While 6 billion people know about USB on the outside of smartphones, cameras, and laptops, only product designers are familiar with how USB is used inside of these products. In laptops, for example, the touchpad, webcam, and broadband modem often use standard USB parts—consuming standard USB power—internally.
Through the Android Open Accessory Initiative, USB interconnection can support the control of external hardware via Android platforms.
PCIe supports connectivity with legacy equipment built on interfaces such as RS-232 and PCI that are “obsolete” in the consumer electronics world.
Get To Market Faster with USB 3.0 Connectivity
Small Size – No Compromise The Mercury T2 is the industry’s smallest, most affordable hardware-based USB 2.0 protocol analyzer that combines the defacto standard CATC Trace display
LeCroy’s Advisor T3 is an ultra-portable SuperSpeed USB 2.0/3.0 analyzer that delivers unmatched accuracy at an extraordinary price. Based on Teledyne LeCroy’s flagship Voyager
Exar is a world leader in serial connectivity and power. This expertise is directly applicable to the USB protocol, and Exar offers a number of integrated solutions for common USB design
Participation in the SuperSpeed logo certification program helps ensure seamless device interoperability, but “know before you go” means pre-screening for compliance.
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Compatible Operating Systems: Linux (including Mac OSX) and Windows System Supports: USB 1.1, 2.0. 3.0 ACCES I/O Products offers USB-based data acquisition and control in both
Compatible Operating Systems: FreeRTOS, Keil RTX, MQX, Nucleus, Quadros RTXC, ThreadX, u-velOSity, uC/OS-II, CMX RTX, eCOS, emBOS, EUROS, ‘no-RTOS’, custom schedulers & super
System Supports: USB 2.0 with Hi-Speed Inter-Chip (HSIC) Interface The mobile market has used USB as a port of connection for data, charging, and in some cases, audio and video.
System Supports: USB 3.0 Microchip’s USB553xB family of controller hubs provides USB 3.0 port expansion in 2/3/4/7-port configurations. Although the computing market is trending
Compatible Operating Systems: SMX® RTOS, Easily ported to proprietary environments, stand alone, and other RTOS’s USB Support: USB Host, Device, On-The-Go smxUSBH (Host Stack),