• USB4 Specification

    USB4 Specification

    The USB4 specification compliments and build upon the existing USB 3.2 and USB 2.0 specifications. The USB4 architecture defines a method to share a single high-speed link with multiple end device types dynamically that best serves the transfer of date by tyye and application. As the USB Type-C ...
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  • HDMI Display Port

    HDMI Display Port

    HDMI is designed to replace older analog signal audio and video transmission interfaces such as SCART or RCA terminals. It supports various TV and computer video formats, including SDTV, HDTV video, plus multi-channel digital audio. Both HDMI and UDI without audio transmission function inherit th...
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  • Does HDMI is better than VFA, If so, What’s the reason?

    VGA is approaching 35 years old now and is an analogue format. For a modern computer this means you have to convert from a digital signal, to analogue RGB & sync, then back to digital for display on your LED/LCD monitor – there will be some loss of image quality at each stage, including...
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  • What is USB 3.2 standard?

    What is USB 3.2 standard?

    Universal Serial Bus, or USB, has been around for a long time and we’ve used it to connect a wide variety of devices from storage to input hardware. As time passes, standards need to be updated to keep up with modern hardware and end-user requirements. Specifications and various technical d...
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  • what is USB3.1 HUB?

    USB-C hub & USB 3.1 hub Find out everything you need to know about USB-C hubs and USB 3.1 hubs here. What is the difference? Are there any distinctions? USB Type-C is a connector format that was introduced in 2015. The Type-A connector, which has been common for a long time, is to be replaced...
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  • what is USB 3.0 HUB?

    USB 3.0 hub The USB 3.0 standard presented in 2008 promised a drastically increased data throughput rate compared to the technological predecessor USB 2.0. Due to the fact that USB 3.0 is compatible with previous technologies, older devices are still able to be used with a new USB 3.0 hub. Summar...
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  • What is HDMI brings to us?

    HDMI Technology Almost eight billion devices enabled with HDMI technology have shipped since the first HDMI specification was released in December 2002. The latest HDMI 2.1 Specification released in November 2017 continues to enable the development of new product categories and innovative solutio...
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  • what is HDMI 2.1 Specification;

    HDMI 2.1 Specification HDMI® Specification 2.1 is the most recent update of the HDMI specification and supports a range of higher video resolutions and refresh rates including 8K60 and 4K120, and resolutions up to 10K. Dynamic HDR formats are also supported, and bandwidth capability is increased ...
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  • How USB Type-C Connector works on HDMI Alt Mode?

    The HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-CTM connector allows HDMI-enabled source devices to utilize a USB Type-C connector to directly connect to HDMI-enabled displays, and deliver HDMI signals and features over a simple cable without the need for protocol and connector adapters or dongles. This enables t...
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  • what is USB 3.2?

    USB 3.2 Specification As technology innovation marches forward, new kinds of devices, media formats, and large inexpensive storage are converging. They require significantly more bandwidth to maintain the interactive experience users have come to expect. In addition, user applications demand a hi...
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  • Feature of USB Charger (USB Power Delivery)

    USB has evolved from a data interface capable of supplying limited power to a primary provider of power with a data interface. Today many devices charge or get their power from USB ports contained in laptops, cars, aircraft or even wall sockets. USB has become a ubiquitous power socket for many s...
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  • 1. USB Type-C® Cable and Connector Specification you need to know

    USB Type-C® Cable and Connector Specification With the continued success of the USB interface, there exists a need to adapt USB technology to serve newer computing platforms and devices as they trend toward smaller, thinner and lighter form-factors. Many of these newer platforms and devices are r...
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