Embedded: Power-Saving Chips Fit USB OTG

April 12, 2004
It's now possible to build USB On-the-Go (OTG) systems using the ISP176x family. The chips support power reallocation that can reduce power consumption. The ISP1760 host costs $4.90, and the ISP1761 host/peripheral controller is...

It's now possible to build USB On-the-Go (OTG) systems using the ISP176x family. The chips support power reallocation that can reduce power consumption. The ISP1760 host costs $4.90, and the ISP1761 host/peripheral controller is $5.90.

Royal Philips Electronicswww.philips.com

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