USB (2.0/3.0/Wireless) Design & Test Information Resource Center
USB 2.0 provides the 480 Mb/s data rate to accommodate data transfers between peripherals and computers. USB 2.0 devices are backwards compatible with USB 1.1 devices. USB 2.0 is also known as Hi-Speed USB.
USB 3.0 is a dual-bus architecture that incorporates USB 2.0 and a SuperSpeed bus (nominal data rate is 5 Gb/s).
Wireless USB is the wireless extension to USB that combines the speed and security of wired technology with the ease-of-use of wireless technology. Wireless USB supports robust high-speed wireless connectivity by utilizing the common WiMedia MB-OFDM Ultra-wideband (UWB) radio platform as developed by the WiMedia Alliance.
Specifications and compliance tests are defined by the USB Implementers Forum. The resources you find here will provide you with an overview of USB design, understand the latest measurement techniques, and illustrate design and debug approaches. Keysight – achieve your best design.
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- 81250 3.35 Gb/s ParBERT Modules (E4861B, E4862B, E4863B) (1)
- 81250 7 Gb/s ParBERT Modules (N4874A, N4875A) (1)
- 81250 13.5 Gb/s ParBERT Modules (N4872A, N4873A) (1)
- M8020A J-BERT High-Performance BERT Configuration for Bench-Top 5-Slot Chassis (5)
- 81250 675 Mb/s ParBERT Modules (E4832A, E4835A, E4838A) (1)
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Jan 28-31, 2014; Santa Clara Convention Center Download papers presented, order the AEF DVD
MIPI M-PHY, D-PHY and C-PHY Receiver Testing – Today and Tomorrow
Live broadcast Ocotber 21, 2014; 10am PT / 1pm ET
Next generation BERT Ensures Signal Integrity in High-speed Digital Designs Webcast
Original broadcast January 21, 2014
Webcast - recorded
PAM-4 Solutions for Transmit and Receive Design Characterization
Live broadcast October 23, 2014; 10am PT / 1pm ET
USB Test Challenges: Fast and Accurate Receiver Characterization Webcast
Original broadcast July 16, 2014
Webcast - recorded
View the recorded webcast - How to handle USB 3.0 physical layer test requirements
How to handle USB 3.0 physical layer test requirements.
Training Materials 2011-11-08