What is a high speed USB port?

Answer A high-speed Universal Serial Bus port is a computer port that can handle USB 2.0 or greater. The top speed of such a port is 480 megabits per second, which is 40 times faster than USB 1.1.Source:E... Read More »

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What is the difference between a USB port& a high-speed USB port?

The difference between a USB port and high-speed USB port is speed. USB 1.1 ports are capable of a maximum transfer rate of 12Mbits/second, while the new high-speed 2.0 ports are capable of 480Mbi... Read More »

How to install a high speed usb port on a computer?

A USB port is only to transfer signals from/to your computer from/to an external tool such as a HDD or Thumb drive, etc. It doesn't enhance any of your operating system. If you have a small CPU the... Read More »

If the trigger input port of a high speed camera is already showing 3.0 v DC then to trigger the camera how much TTL or CMOS voltage is to be applied externally?

Answer This is an educated guess, but if 3 volts is present, it is very possible that what gets applied to the trigger port is a ground rather than voltage (basically just connecting the pins toge... Read More »

What is a high power usb port?

According to the USB Implementers Forum, a high-power USB port must provide more than 100 milliamps (mA) of power. Most modern USB ports are high power—one exception is the ports on a USB hub tha... Read More »