Videos / Podcasts
July - 2016
- USB-C™ Technology and USB Power Delivery
- FPGAs for ASIC Prototyping Bridge Global Development
ASIC Prototyping with FPGAs faces global development challenges in the hardware-software IoT and automotive markets.
December - 2014
- World's First Programmable USB Port Power Controllers
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZHSnFY3WqM[/youtube] Microchip Technology Introduces World's First Programmable USB Port Power Controllers for Active Connectors and 12W
- New Family of USB Power Delivery Controllers
Microchip Technology offers a new family of USB Power Delivery Controllers.
- SuperSpeed Certified USB3 Controller Hubs
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TflOSBC2kGU[/youtube] Microchip Technology's SuperSpeed certified USB3 controller hubs with on-chip programmable memory [company]
November - 2014
- Synopsys & USB-IF on USB 3.1 & USB Type-C Connectors at IDF 2014
Join USB-IFâs Jeff Ravencraft and Synopsysâ Eric Huang in a discussion about new USB 3.1 features, including 10 Gbps data rates and USB Type-C Connectors, at IDF 2014.
- How HAPS FPGA-Based Prototyping Speeds USB 3.1 IP Product Development
See how Synopsys HAPS-70 FPGA-based prototyping platforms helped to accelerate Synopsys' development of 10G USB 3.1 IP. HAPS offers a flexible, off-the-shelf platform that enabled the R&D team to quickly develop and test RTL models, perform hardware validation, and ensure hardware/software interoperability.
- Industry's First Platform-to-Platform 10G USB 3.1 Host-to-Device Data Transfers
See the industry's first platform-to-platform 10G USB 3.1 technology demonstration. In this video, Eric Huang runs two HAPS-70 FPGA-based prototyping platforms with 10G USB 3.1 device and host IP. The platforms are connected with a standard USB 3.0 cable running at 10G USB 3.1 speeds of up to 915 MBps.
July - 2013
- Create a USB Complex Match and Trigger a Capture with the Beagle USB 5000 v2 Analyzer
Watch and learn how to create a multi-state complex match to trigger a capture on a USB mouse with the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer. This step-by-step demonstration also demonstrates how the Beagle USB 5000 v2 analyzer captures all of the pre-trigger data.
- Create a USB 2.0 Complex Match and Trigger Output with the Beagle USB 5000 v2 Analyzer
The Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer is the flagship of Total Phase's Beagle USB protocol analyzer line. This high-performance tool is packed with interactive and flexible features for USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 analysis, including simultaneous USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 monitoring and match/action triggering and filtering capabilities.
June - 2013
- Microchip Motion Sensor Demo Board
Microchip's Motion Sensor Demo Board (Part # DM240316) is powered by a PIC24F microcontroller with on-board USB functionality and comes with MRF24J40MA 2.4GHz wireless transceiver that sends data wirelessly to ZENATM wireless adapter. The board integrates MPU-6050 that has a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer and uses sensor fusion technology to sense the motion and create a 3-D reference frame.
The Board allows you to easily add this breakthrough technology to your next gaming accessory, tablet PC, digital camera, or other consumer application.
- Microstick II for PIC32MX1 & MX2 Microcontrollers
http://mchp.us/qCIHcm http://mchp.us/Js4tW2 This video discusses a low-cost and easy-to-use development tool called Microstick II. It supports low-cost PIC32Â® Microcontrollers and as well as 16-bit MCUs and DSCs.
- Remote Control Demo Board from Microchip Technology
http://www.microchip.com/remotecontrol The Remote Control Demo Board is a platform that demonstrates the hardware and software integration of various different technologies, including Graphics, Capacitive Touch, USB, and Wireless RF4CE, controlled by a single PIC24FJ256DA210 microcontroller.
- Microchip Scaleable USB Solutions
http://www.microchip.com/USB With Microchip's scalable development environment and free libraries, you can quickly integrate USB functions into your existing application in a single microcontroller, thus reducing total system cost, development risk and time to market.
May - 2012
- NXP Semiconductor Dual Port Redriver for USB 3.0 PTN36242L
NXP Semiconductor Dual Port Redriver PTN36242L for USB 3.0
The USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed) re-driver enhances signal quality by performing receive equalization on the deteriorated input signal followed by transmit de-emphasis maximizing system link performance. With its superior differential signal conditioning and enhancement capability, the device delivers significant flexibility and performance scaling for various systems and still benefits from optimum power consumption.
June - 2011
- Multimedia Expansion Board Demonstration
The PIC32 Ethernet Starter Kit provides the easiest and lowest cost method to experience 10/100 ethernet development with PIC32. Combined with Microchip's free TCP/IP software, your project will be running in no time. The PIC32 has an available CAN2.0b peripheral and USB host/device/OTG.
May - 2011
- PIC24F Accessory Development Starter Kit for Android™
This is a video demonstration of the Microchip development kit for the accessory interface of the Android™ OS version 2.3.4 and later. This kit, which includes the development board and the software library, allows customers to easily design, develop and prototype accessory electronics for Android™ phones and tablets.
February - 2011
- EL4500 KVM Extender
Powered by ExtremeLinkâ¢ Technology, the dual mode EL4500 KVM Extender provides DVI, audio, and USB 2.0 over a single Cat 5 (or better) cable or connection over a Local Area Network (LAN) using Rapid Pairing Protocolâ¢ for easy, plug and play installation.
- PIC18F USB Microcontrollers
8-bit Low-Power, High-Performance USB Microcontrollers This low power and high performance 8-bit MCU with integrated full-speed USB 2.0 and peripheral flexibility comes in a small package for cost sensitive applications in the PIC18 J-series. New features include Deep sleep mode for low power applications, Peripheral Pin Select for design flexibility for mapping peripherals to I/O pins and a CTMU module for easy capacitive touch user interfaces. The PIC18F46J50 family is ideal for applications requiring cost-effective, low-power USB solutions with a robust peripheral set in a small package.
- PIC24F USB Microcontrollers
PIC24F High-Performance, Ultra Low Cost 16-bit Microcontrollers The PIC24F microcontroller family features cost effective, 16 MIPS 16-bit MCU performance and many devices with Microchip's eXtreme Low Power Technology. The PIC24F families incorporate USB-OTG, to act as a USB Device or Host, a Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU) that allows precision time measurement, capacitive measurement for mTouchâ¢ applications and an integrated graphics controller to implement a graphical display interface.
- ASMedia USB 3.0 Controller Shows 10X Increase over USB 2.0
ASMedia, a Taiwanese IC maker show an ASUS powered system hooked up with a Crucial RealSSD C300 SATA 6Gbps SSD connected via USB 3.0. The SSD was able to be connected to the system via USB thanks to the use of an ASMedia USB 3.0 controller bridge device that translates SATA 3.0 to USB 3.0 data signals with the ASM1051 chip. In this video you get a look at performance numbers of the same SSD hooked up via USB 2.0 with a direct comparison to the aforementioned USB 3.0 setup.
September - 2010
- Microchip Technology on YouTube
This video demonstrates some of the capabilities of Microchip's PIC18F USB Microcontrollers. This video was featured in the Embedded Designer's Forum 2009-2010.
June - 2010
- TUSB1310: World's First USB3 SuperSpeed Discrete Transceiver
The TUSB1310 is a single port, 5.0-Gbps USB 3.0 physical layer transceiver operating off of a single reference clock, providing a cost effective USB 3.0 solution with few external.