Hello, fellows, I hope all of you are enjoying your life. In today’s tutorial, we will have a look at the Full form of USB, its construction, features, and applications. The Full form of USB us universal serial Bus it constructed to easily connect peripherals (Auxillary devices used to get and provide data to computer) with the computer, transfer of data and provide input supply to the computer. With the use of this device for transfer of data-parallel and serial ports for data communication has been eliminated that send data in a sequence and parallel method.
The use of this module also eliminates battery charger for charging in handheld devices that make them havier and costly. With all these features we can also link the keyboard, mouse, cameras, printing devices, adapter, etc with the computer. In today’s post, we will have a look at its full form features, working applications, and some other related factors. So let’s get started with the full form of USB.
Full Form of USB
- The word USB stands for the universal serial bus is an industrial device used to make connections among different wiring systems, communication devices, and make power supply connections among computer and electronics instruments.
- With the transfer of data, files, and folder it also helps to provide auxiliary devices connected with the computer to get input supply, devices like cameras, printing devices, keyboards, mouse, etc.
- In 1994 with the collaboration of 7 different organizations IMB (International Business Machines), Compaq, DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation), Intel, NEC (Nippon Denki Kabushiki-gaisha), Microsoft, and Nortel USB was designed.
- It was constructed to make easy to link different electron instrument with the computer.
- It is also compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. By using USB we can easily install a window on a computer.
- By using some universal serial bus hubs we can link almost one twenty-seven Auxillary devices with one USB port and make useable at the same time.
- Data transfer through the USB is faster than the older parallel and serial ports.
- Twelve Maga bytes data can be transferred through the 1.1 universal serial bus.
- 480Mbps data can be transferred through the 2.0 universal serial bus.
How to connect USB device with Computer
- It is very simple to connect USB with a personal computer, or laptop. For this just connect USB with the USB port existing on the computer.
- With this method, you can also use the cable to connect USB with the computer.
Limitations of USB
- The length of universal cable is less that allows limited connections with the peripheral devices near to the computer not to connect a computer with another room or building with another electronic device.
- But the USB port can be interlinked with the gateway that provides access with the devices existed at longer distances.
- The universal serial bus follows the tree terminology and master-slave protocol to link with the devices, all Auxillary devices can not link with each other without any host device, and 2 host devices can not transfer data by using their USB ports.
- In the given figure, you can see the pinout of USB.
VERSIONS OF USB
- These are versions of Universal serial bus commonly used. Let’s discuss them with the detailed.
- This category of USB was introduced in the year 1996 and has the ability to send and receive data up to t12MBPS.
- This version can transfer data up to four hundred eighty megabytes and introduced in 2000.
- This USB can transfer data up to 5 GBPS and introduced in 2008.
- This USB module was introduced in 2003 and can communicate up to ten gigabytes of data per second.
- This USB module was introduced in the year 2017 and can transfer data up to twenty gigabytes per second.
Types of USB Connector
- The connector of USB also known as a male connector that connects with the port on different devices called females.
- In the given figure, you can see different types of USB connectors.
USB Mini Connectors
USB Type-A Mini
- It used to interlinked mobile phones, tablets with the keyboard and mice.
USB Type-B Mini
- It exists on cameras, exterior hard drives, and universal serial bus hubs.
- It used to attach USB 1.1 and 2.0.
USB Type-A Micro
- This USB module also manufactured on OTG instruments such as mobile phones and tablets.
USB Type-B Micro
- It manufactured on currently used android mobiles as a charging plug.
Power of USB
- The universal serial bus delivers the five volts power to the devices connected with the USB.
Less-Power and High-Power USB Devices
- Less power-consuming devices use one unit load, one unit load for a universal serial bus of 2.0 is up to a hundred milliamperes and for usb3.0 is one fifty milliamperes.
- High power-consuming devices use one unit to five-unit load (five milliamperes) for USB 2.0 or higher for the advanced USB modules.
- The given table shows the power consumed by the different USB modules.
|USB Power Standard|
|Features||Current Consumed||Voltage||Maximum Power|
|Less power Module||100 milliampere||Five volts||O.5 watts|
|Less power super seeded USB module or 3.0||One fifty milliampere||Five volts||O.75 watts|
|The higher power-consuming USB module||Five hundred milliampere||Five volts||2.5 watts|
|Large power consuming superseded or 3.0 USB module||Nine hundred milliampere||Five volts||4.5 watts|
|Multiple lanes super seeded or USB 3.2 generation 2 module||1.5 ampere||Five volts||7.5 watts|
|Battery charging USB 1.1||1.5 ampere||Five volts||7.5 watts|
|Battery charging 1.2||Five ampere||Five volts||Twenty-five watts|
|USB-C||1.5 ampere||Five volts||7.5 watts|
|Three ampere||Five volts||15 watts|
|Power provider USB 1.O micro USB||Three ampere||Twenty volts||Sixty watts|
|Power provider 1.O Type A/B USB||Five ampere||Twenty volts||Hundred watts|
|Power provider 2.0 or 3.0 USB type C||Five ampere||Twenty volts||Hundred watts|
That is the detailed post about the full form of USB I have mentioned each and every parameter related to USB. If you have any questions about the full form of USB ask in comments. See you in the interesting tutorial. Have a good day.