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  • Protecting the Universal Serial Bus from Over Voltage and Overcurrent Threats (.pdf)
    This application note addresses the various requirements for protecting the Universal Serial Bus (USB) from overcurrent and over voltage environmental threats.The solutions presented cover both USB 1.1 and the higher speed USB 2.0 circuitry. Specific emphasis is placed on USB 2.0 with information
  • ADC1000-USB A/D Converter: Serial Port Interface Communications and Control Information
    The ADC1000-USB A/D Converter is a microcontroller-based A/D card that can communicate via the Universal Serial Bus (RS-232). This document contains the necessary command information for controlling the unit via RS-232 interface. For driver-level USB control information, refer to the OOIWinIP
  • Serial Communication Overview
    Serial is a device communication protocol that is standard on almost every PC. Do not confuse it with universal serial bus (USB). Most computers include two EIA-232 based serial ports. Serial is also a common communication protocol for instrumentation in many devices, and numerous GPIB-compatible
  • Smart Computing Article - Using . . .The Gaming Options Control Panel
    , connect your controller to the proper port(s) as outlined in the controller's documentation. Game controllers typically connect to PCs via a 15-pin joystick port (often found on sound cards) or a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port. Once everything connects properly, you may need to install software
  • Overview: USB For Measurement And Automation
    itially the Universal Serial Bus (USB) was designed to connect peripheral devices, such as keyboards and mice, to PCs. However, USB has proven useful for many other applications, including measurement and automation. Recent USB developments increased data rate from 12 Mbps to 480 Mbps, as outlined
  • Smart Computing Article - Printer Troubles
    . Here are a handful of points to keep in mind regardless of your specific model or printer type. Today's printers primarily rely on two interfaces: parallel and USB (Universal Serial Bus). Parallel is an older format and almost universal among printers made more than three or four years ago
  • Design Improvements for Monitoring Laboratory Equipment
    originally designed to connect through a serial port. But because Universal Serial Bus (USB) has become the most common connector for PCs, Parr incorporated a USB-to-serial converter into their designs. The converter that they chose was failing at a rate that didn't meet Parr's standards for quality
  • ESD Protection USB 2.0 Data Lines (.pdf)
    Universal Serial Bus (USB) products (PCI adapter cards, digital cameras, peripherals, etc.) can be susceptible to ESD events when the cable is disconnected from the data port. The ESD pulse can be introduced directly into the open port, or into the disconnected end of the cable. Either way

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