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SUPER SPEED USB3.0

INTRODUCTION

The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced on November 17, 2008, version 3.0 and submitted to USB-IF The first certified USB 3.0 consumer products were announced January 5, 2010

UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS


Designed to allow many peripherals to be connected using a single standardized interface socket. Consists of a host, USB ports, and peripheral devices connected in a tiered-star topology Also called as Superspeed Provides power to low power consuming devices
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Pre-releases
1 USB-IF formed

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USB 1.0 specification


USB 2.0 specification USB 3.0 specification

12 Mbit/s
480 Mbit/s 5 Gbit/s

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USB 3.0 devices in market


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Architectural components
Hub
Provides electrical interface between devices and host. Functionalities Types

Host
Types Functionalities
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DUAL BUS ARCHITECTURE


USB 3.0 is a physical SuperSpeed bus combined in parallel with a physical USB 2.0 bus

SUPER SPEED CONNECTION


Device notifies it is connected Host makes request

Device ready notifies this with ERDY


Else tells host unavailable to process by sending NRDY
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Physical structure
Cable structure

Connector pins

CABLE STRUCTURE

One power pair One twisted signal pair for USB 2.0 data path Two twisted signal pairs for the SuperSpeed data path. Supports full duplex mode
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CONNECTOR PINS

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FEATURES
Transfer Rate Backward compatibility Power specifications Cable length Transfer mode

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USB 3.0 vs USB2.0


USB 3.0 Super speed 900 mA power Full duplex USB 2.0 High speed 500 mA Half duplex

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ADVANTAGES
Super speed Power efficiency Efficient when compared to its competitors Backward compatibility

DRAWBACKS
Cable length is limited to 3m. Intel at present not supporting
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CONCLUSION
USB 3.0 wil also be popular like earlier versions. As it is backward compatible it will be used in the new computers and devices High speed communication protocol.

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REFERENCES

[1] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Serial_Bus [2]USB 3.0 specification released by USB consortium www.usb.org/developers/docs [3] www.inno-logic.com/resourcesUSB3.html [4] deviceguru.com/superspeed-usb-promises5gbps

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