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ULPI specification for standalone USB transceivers published

ULPI Working Group Releases First Draft ULPI Interface Specification (UTMI + low-pin) for Hi-Speed ​​Universal Serial Bus (USB) and USB On-the-Go (OTG) Transceivers. This specification will allow designers of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), single-chip systems (SoCs), and programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to include in their designs a standard interface for connecting to said transceivers. This is expected to reduce development time, simplify testing, and ensure interoperability between the kernel and transceivers.

A feature of the specification that determines its progressive role is that the number of pins of the element that provides a physical layer protocol (PHY) is very reduced: from about 100 pins to 30. This greatly simplifies the development process of components that provide high-speed USB communication, which is an essential feature for a very large number of devices, including computers, MP3 players and digital cameras.

The working group includes Philips, Conexant, Mentor Graphics, SMSC and TransDimension, among others (according to its leader, a total of more than 85 companies have adopted the ULPI specification). The use of the ULPI specification does not require royalties, and it itself (in version 1.1) available on the group website.

Source: Philips