USB2 is not only reasonably low bit rate, it's also high overhead. I'm sure it can be made to work, but I don't understand why it's desirable. I wonder if this is a short term solution until something better (from MIPI?) is available and stable.
Article title is little bit confusing. ("Qualcomm licenses USB chip interface" )
According to article Qualcomm exited from USB-IF group i.e. now Qualcomm is looking for some other solution like MIPI-LLI. Then, how can they license USB chip interface.
Looking forward to see expert commnets.
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