Using USB Type-C connectors to combine both USB-C 3.1 and DisplayPort data streams, to support data, audio, video and power connections on a single port
Thinner phones are going to need new connectors. Many designers are considering USB Type-C, and the related Audio Device Class 3.0 specification (ADC 3.0), for use in high-quality digital headsets.
USB 2.0 could become an integration standard for IoT SoCs, due to its ubiquity, available drivers, support for rapid prototyping, and area efficiency.
A look at USB 3.1, which offers data rates of up to 10Gbit/s, and the way that the USB 3.1 protocol has changed to support this rate.
A look at the USB Type-C connector and the enhanced data rates and charging facilities it will enable
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