USB Interfaces

USB Type-C, Micro-USB Type B and A connector interface.

USB Type-C

High Speed Signal Switches

A signal switch provides signal multiplex or de-multiplex function in order to redirect the transmitted signals to same connection port (multiplex switch) or different connection ports (de-multiplex switch).

USB Redrivers

A USB signal conditioner is an active signal regenerator which utilizes equalizer and amplifier to reshape the bypassed signal in order to remove jitters and reopen the differential signal eyes for longer channel transmission and reduce the bit error rate.

USB Type-C and Power Delivery Evaluation Kits

NXP's USB Type-C shield board combined with a Kinetis Power Delivery SDK allows you to tether a USB Type-C connector to any Kinetis development platform. This dramatically shortens the learning curve by leveraging NXP's “ready to play” hardware and SDK library, the only solution like it in the market.

USB PD-PHY and CC-Logic Controllers

USB PD stands for USB Power Delivery which is the goal of USB connection to provide USB data link and also power from host to device or vice versus from device to host. The maximum power delivery via USB PD 2.0 can be up to 5 A and 20 V through connector or 3 A and 20 V through USB cable.

Micro-USB Interface


The MC34827 is a dedicated integrated circuit for managing charging and signal multiplexing between a cell phone and its accessory via a 5-pin Mini or Micro-USB connector.

USB Type-C end-to-end solutions

Alleng Tung go through different options for mobile chargers (07:45).