Technical Considerations for Implementing USB 3.0 on SoCs
May 22, 2012 // Synopsys // 0 commentsDownload 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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