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User:12.18.245.215
Article:Universal Serial Bus
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==== USB 1 ====
 
==== USB 1 ====
 
Released in January 1996, USB 1 specified data rates of ''1.5 Mbit/s'' (''Low-Bandwidth'') and ''12 Mbit/s'' (''Full-Bandwidth''). It did not allow for extension cables or pass-through monitors (due to timing and power limitations). Few USB devices made it to market until USB 1.1, released in August 1998, which fixed problems identified in 1.0, mostly relating to hubs. 1.1 was the earliest revision to be widely adopted.
 
Released in January 1996, USB 1 specified data rates of ''1.5 Mbit/s'' (''Low-Bandwidth'') and ''12 Mbit/s'' (''Full-Bandwidth''). It did not allow for extension cables or pass-through monitors (due to timing and power limitations). Few USB devices made it to market until USB 1.1, released in August 1998, which fixed problems identified in 1.0, mostly relating to hubs. 1.1 was the earliest revision to be widely adopted.
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==== USB 2.0 ====
 
==== USB 2.0 ====
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