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USB Protocol

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USB, or universal serial bus, was developed to be a an instant, no-hassle way to connect a new digital joystick, a scanner, a set of digital speakers, external storage devices, a digital camera, or a PC telephone to personal computers.

A feature known as "hot-swapping", you don't even need to shut down and restart your PC to attach or remove a peripheral. USB also lets you connect many peripherals at one time. Many USB PCs come with two USB ports. And USB hubs have additional ports that let you "daisy-chain" multiple peripherals (devices) together. USB even delivers enough power to run small devices.

Almost all desktop and laptop computers today have either USB 1.1 or 2.0 ports.

Transfer Modes Support Data Rates
Low Speed USB 1.1 and 2.0 1.5Mbit/sec
Full Speed USB 1.1 and 2.0 12 Mbit/sec
Hi Speed USB 2.0 480 Mbit/sec

 

To learn more about USB, visit the following website:

  www.usb.org

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