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Thread: USB power in parallel
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William Chops" Westfield" wrote:
> Does anybody (Xiaofan?) know whether the immensely popular thumb-
> drive like things (including flash drives, wireless transmitters of
> various sorts, security dongles, microcontroller evaluation modules,
> etc, etc) (ie USB devices with no cable at all) are allowed by the
> USB spec?

Of course they are allowed.  What rule do you imagine they migh violate?
The spec gives a maximum cable length, but there is no minimum.  Why would
there be?


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