USB Type-C Active Cable

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USB Type-C Active Cable

USB Type-C Active Cable

 

Overview

The USB Type-C allows multi-function signaling over the same connector. Our active cable application supports the connectivity of data, video, security, and power over a single connector. The active cables system for Type-C supports up to 10 Gbps. The MCU provides fundamental signal processing and management duties. It communicates with both the signal conditioner and USB PD PHY to organize signal traffic and power flow.

Interactive Block Diagram

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Documentation

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Paving The Way for USB Type-C Connectors  Delivering data, video, security, and power in one small, easy-to-insert connector, the new USB Type-C connector.
PTN5110N PD PHY application programming guide  PTN5110N is a 1-port TCPC (Type-C Port controller) compliant USB Power Delivery (PD) PHY IC

 

Training

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USB Type-C Overview - Part 1| Introduction to USB Type-C | NXP 
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NXP USB Type-C Solution - Part 1| Overview of NXP Secure Interfaces & Power Solutions | NXP 

 

Community Links

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