Direct connect with USB OTG

Nass, Richard
July 2003
Portable Design;Jul2003, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p7
Features the USB On-The-Go, a dual-role device, which can act as a host or peripheral and connect to a personal computer (PC) or other portable device through the same connector. Bluetooth specification; Speed enhancement; Cost-effectiveness.


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