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Introduction to USB—Part I

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11/14/2012 05:20 PM EST
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S_Reichert
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S_Reichert   11/16/2012 8:23:44 PM
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good primer, would have liked to see coverage of USB 3.0 as well

CMathas
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CMathas   11/21/2012 12:47:44 PM
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I'll put up the next section of this next week. I believe there will be a future 3.0 primer--and when it happens, you'll see it here!

GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   11/28/2012 2:21:19 PM
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Good primer. I like reading this kind of article. Keep up the good work!

krishna_amba
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krishna_amba   11/30/2012 3:23:00 AM
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Thanks a lot. Your work is really helpful for students like me.

Jamison
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Jamison   2/15/2013 7:15:38 PM
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Great work!

Luis Gordillo
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Luis Gordillo   2/15/2013 8:01:19 PM
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Thank you very much!!! I will read it to the last letter :-)

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