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New USB standard for wireless ready
The organization that manages the USB standards, adopted a specification for a USB version which physical USB connections are not needed. The standard must gigabit speeds, the organization promises.
USB 3.1 logo To complete the specification was announced by the USB Implementers Forum. By default, media agnostic usb, usb protocol can also be used without a physical USB connection is being used.
This can be done over Wi-Fi connections, with both 2.4GHz and 5GHz connections are supported, but in principle, any wireless connection to be used. It is currently unclear how the two devices must be paired. With ma-usb
Thanks to the standard phone or a tablet may be joined. Wirelessly with a PC Combined with a wireless charging device then theoretically never need it. Physical connection would Must offer gigabit speeds, though the actual speed is also dependent on the used wireless technology. The standard About 2.4GHz wifi speed example, will never be achieved, but at 60GHz WiGig is also supported. Mon-USB compatible with USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and USB 3.1.
However, the firmware of both devices are connected via standard support for USB must be provided. The previous wireless USB standard, wireless usb, did not really break through. However, this standard only supported USB connections WiMedia ultrawideband, a technique that has never become popular. Because the new Wireless USB standard also supports wifi, must be ma-USB are popular, hoping the USB forum.Viewing:-169
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