USB On-The-Go and Embedded Host Automated Compliance Plan for the On-The-Go & Embedded Host Supplement Revision 2.0 Version 1.2
This supplement defines eUSB2 PHY layer requirement and signaling attributes. Protocol behavior which is not explicitly called out in this document shall remain the same as defined in USB Revision 2.0 specification.
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This specification defines the mechanical requirements for USB Type-C plug connectors and the guidelines for the USB Type-C receptacle mounting configuration to provide a standardized screw lock mechanism for USB Type-C connectors and cables.
This USB-IF Compliance Test Procedure was developed for all USB products before the advent of high-speed USB products. It documents the required compliance test of full-speed and low-speed signal quality, power delivery. Full speed electrical tests still apply to high speed devices. It documents interoperability tests for all device speeds. These tests are required for high-speed, full-speed, and low-speed USB products.