Intel® Universal Serial Bus (USB) enables easy, high-speed connections between peripherals and platforms. USB description, wireless, and future plans.
Intel® Universal Serial Bus, an easy, high-speed connection between peripherals and platforms, includes standards, the move to wireless, USB in the future, and industry collaboration.
Technical details to understand USB 3.0 and 2.0 spec requirements, design compatible products, download developer-related PDFs, and more.
Technical details necessary to understand USB 3.0 and 2.0 spec requirements and design compatible products, including links to download developer-related PDFs, USB EHCI Compliance Testing Program info, adopters’ agreement, and more.
The EHCI compliance testing evaluates the EHCI controller function of a USB 2.0 Host controller.
USB EHCI compliance test program information for evaluating USB 2.0 host controller conformance and function, including suggested components, download link, related Intel-specific information, and more.
Internal cable interface for USB 3.0 in desktops, focuses on electrical and mechanical requirements of the connector and cable assembly.
Describes the internal cable interface for USB 3.0 implementation in desktop, focusing on the electrical and mechanical requirements of the connector and cable assembly.
Specification: Describes the enhanced host controller interface for USB 2.0, including the system software/host controller hardware interface.
Specification: The enhanced host controller interface specification describes the register-level interface for a host controller for the universal serial bus revision 2.0, including the interface between system software and host controller hardware.
Information about the Enhanced Host Controller Interface specification, including licensing, revisions, addendums, and technical questions.
Information about the Enhanced Host Controller Interface specification, which describes the register-level interface for a host controller for the USB revision 2.0, including licensing, revisions, specifications, addendums, and technical questions.