White paper makes sense of SuperSpeed USB 3.0

A new white paper that describes the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 communication specification, how it differs from other available interfaces, and how it can be leveraged in vision applications is available for free download from Vision Systems Design.

May 2nd, 2012
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 communications interface
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 communications interface

A new white paper that describes the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 communication specification, how it differs from other available interfaces, and how it can be leveraged in vision applications is available for free download from Vision Systems Design.

Provided by Point Grey Research, the paper offers an FAQ format that addresses common questions such as changes that have been implemented with USB 3.0 compared to the previous specification; power and bandwidth availability; the difference between the current USB 3.0, or “SuperSpeed,” control protocol and the USB3 Vision camera control protocol under development; and specification comparison data across interfaces including FireWire-b, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and Camera Link.

The paper “Point Grey USB 3.0 FAQ” is available for free download to anyone who provides contact information through an online form. You can download the white paper here.

-- Posted by Vision Systems Design

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