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|Philips introduces industry's first family of USB and USB OTG carkit
transceivers for hands-free, mobile applications|
Royal Philips Electronics announced the
industry's first family of Universal Serial Bus (USB) and USB On-the-Go (OTG) carkit transceivers, offering
manufacturers a simple and cost-effective way to connect mobile devices to a carkit via a USB interface. Philips'
USB and USB OTG transceivers provide a single, simple connection for the processing of digital data and multiplexed
audio for mobile applications. The transceivers also support smart carkit applications such as push-to-talk and
caller ID displays.
As legislation requiring the use of hands-free mobile phones in automobiles continues to
rise in both Europe and North America, carkits are key to ensuring driving safety for today's Connected Consumer.
More than 20 European countries have already instituted laws requiring hands-free mobile phones in automobiles and
11 states in the United States have implemented hands-free mobile phone laws, with 29 other states currently
considering such legislation.
Philips' new USB and USB OTG transceivers provide product
designers a flexible and cost-effective way to add carkit support for mobile phones without having to change the
design of the handset. The transceivers are compliant with the Consumer Electronics Association Mini-USB Analog
Carkit Interface specification (CEA-936-A) and with USB specification revision 2.0. Philips' ISP1109 supports USB
and carkit interfaces in mobile applications. The ISP1302 supports OTG connectivity and features a 50milliAmp charge
Martes, 26 Julio, 2005 - 05:35