Usb-If Trademark License Agreement Mark Requirements Chart

As of June 14, 2007 [Update], all new mobile phones applying for a license in China will need to use a USB port to charge the battery. [86] [87] This was the first standard to use the shortcut convention D+ and D− in the charger. [88] If you are referring to Micron products or services, use the corresponding trademark and ensure that such references are true, fair and not misleading; and (ii) comply with these guidelines. Note that these Micron guidelines may be changed from time to time at their discretion. Be sure in particular: some non-standard USB devices use 5V power without participating in a proper USB network that negotiates the power outlet with the host interface. These are usually referred to as USB decorations. You may use microchip marks and product names to refer to microchip products and services as long as you follow these guidelines. Fully equipped USB-C 3.1 cables are electronically marked cables that contain a complete set of cables and a chip with an ID function based on the configuration channel and manufacturer-defined messages (VDM) of the USB Power Delivery 2.0 specification. In addition to the basic values of 900 mA, USB-C devices also support 1.5A and 3.0A streams on the 5V bus. Devices can either negotiate elevated USB current via the configuration line or they can support the full power delivery specification using both the BMC-encoded configuration line and the old BFSK-encoded VBUS line. [Trademark] is a trademark or registered trademark of Microchip Technology Inc.

The depositor is informed when the contract is executed by usb-if. At that time, your company will have access to the graphic files of the logo published on this site. Subsequently, when a product of your company is published in the list of USB-IF integrators, the applicant is informed of your company`s right to use the corresponding USB-IF logo with that product. . . .