Thursday, November 11, 2010
How To Maximize Performance Wireless USB
Protocols better : a USB connection via cable, the data connection between two devices connected via a Transaction Group (TG), which contains three packages, namely the token (info about USB devices), data, and handshake (for error correction). First of all a device will send a token, then get the data, and finally perform handshake. After confirming the admissions process, other devices will establish a connection. Sending and receiving devices are designed to send data in the allotted time allowed. So the device no longer wait for confirmation. If previously there were two handshake for every process of sending and receiving, is now only one. Wireless USB will send the error correction at the end of a TG.