Blog: May 2020

Data line mismatch issues using USB 2.0 and 3.1 on the 5 port USB-C redriver switch

Post date: 1 year 12 months ago
/*-->*/ Acroname USB C Switch Data Line Mismatch Abstract: For users of the redriver version of the Acroname USB Type C 4-Channel Port Selector Switch: if using USB 2.0 only or are having troubles with USB 2.0 connections, disable the USB 3.1 redriver and disconnect the USB 3.1 data lines to...
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Automotive USB-C Hub Testing with MTM and microFCT

Post date: 2 years 2 weeks ago
Kentigen, one of Acroname's partners supporting the test market in Europe, used MTM to solve a months-old problem of testing final assemblies for an automative infotainment system. Spoiler: Kentigen used MTM's modularized, miniaturized, and low-cost instrumentation as the heart of its system which...
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