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Technical Considerations for Implementing USB 3.0 on SoCs

May 22, 2012 // Synopsys // 0 comments

Technical Considerations for Implementing USB 3.0 on SoCs Download White Paper 2Mo

Key USB software and systems providers are now shipping high volumes of products with USB 3.0—it's no longer just for cutting-edge applications. This paper highlights features and enhancements in the USB 3.0 protocol, and outlines technical complexities and the resulting design challenges of implementation. You will learn how a USB 3.0 IP core's reconfigurability can broaden your design's potential applications. Finally, you'll understand selection and integration considerations for USB 3.0 IP.


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