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USB 2.0 Protocol Analyzer Resides In PC Card

Entering the market as the first full-featured USB 2.0 analyzer in a 16-bit, Type II PC Card format, the USBMobile is offered as a portable tool for accurately debugging, testing, and verifying full- and low-speed USB semiconductors, peripherals, software, and systems. The card is said to be non-intrusive and employs the company's proprietary CATC Trace technology to display protocol traffic in a color-coded format. Integrated on-the-go support automatically detects, decodes, and displays HNP and SRP protocols and VBus pulsing. In terms of power, the analyzer typically draws 250 mA when idle and 300 mA in operation. Operating temperature range is from 0°C to 55°C with a humidity range from 10% to 90% non-condensing. Other features include a recording memory of 32 MB and two Mini-AB USB receptacles. Operating system support includes Windows 98/ME/2000/XP; driver development support is via the WinDriver and KernelDriver suites from Jungo Software Technologies. For more details and volume pricing, contact COMPUTER ACCESS TECHNOLOGY CORP., Santa Clara, CA. (800) 909-2282.

Company: COMPUTER ACCESS TECHNOLOGY CORP.

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