How to understand the specifications of USB cables ? USB 2.0 CABLE: For example: 7/0.127T×1P+11/0.16T×2C+AB16/5/0.10T OD:4.0MM 1. 7/0.127: The core wire is formed by 7 copper wires wi... Read More
What are the speed of USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt 3 ? 1. USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed) offers 480Mbit/s (effectively 40MByte/s). Connectors include: USB 2.0 Type A (computer side), the plastic of the connector inte... Read More
What is the Thunderbolt 3 interface? Thunderbolt is a new computer port that Intel introduced in 2011, called "Thunderbolt" Thunderbolt technology was designed by Intel in 2009 a... Read More
What is the difference between Thunderbolt and DisplayPort ? 1. DP (DisplayPort) is a new generation hd audio and video interface standard proposed by VESA (video electronic standards association) in May 2006. Current... Read More
Before understanding what is USB 3.2, we need to sort out the development history of USB Actually, USB 3.2 is a re-division of the various specifications in USB 3.0 and USB 3... Read More
From the structure diagram of the coaxial wire，It can be seen that from the inside to the outside are: the center copper wire, the insulating layer, the outer conductor layer (metal braided shielding net), a... Read More
With the development of USB 3.2, USB4, Thunderbolt 3, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1 cables, the data transmission rate is getting faster and faster, but the diameter of the cable is getting smaller and smaller.&nb... Read More
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