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USB signal conditioners & switches for robust system design

Improve your USB signal integrity and optimize signal routing

We offer complete USB 2.0, USB 3.x, USB Type-C™ and USB Type-C ALT mode signal conditioners and switches to provide you with scalable solutions to improve USB signal integrity. Our USB signal conditioners and switches enable robust system performance with efficient signal routing. Our devices can be used in any application that has a USB interface including enterprise and communication systems, industrial, automotive and personal electronics.

USB 2.0 redrivers & switches

Industry's first USB 2.0 redrivers and low-power switches/muxes provide robust and low-latency signal conditioning and switching solutions on a USB 2.0 interface to enable instant USB 2.0 compliance, extend signal reach and optimize signal routing

USB 3.x redrivers & switches

USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 Gen 2 redrivers and switches/muxes support 5-Gbps and 10-Gbps USB signals and enable better signal strength with improved system performance and efficient signal routing

USB Type-C™ & ALT mode redrivers & switches

High performance and low-power consumption USB Type-C redriver and switches/muxes deliver data and video over USB Type-C interface for all USB Type-C application needs

Featured USB signal conditioners & switches

TUSB217-Q1

Automotive USB 2.0 high-speed signal conditioner that can drive a cable up to 5 meters in length

TUSB1002A

High-performance and ultralow-power linear redriver for USB 3.2 supporting SuperSpeedPlus (10 Gbps)

TUSB546A-DCI

USB Type-C DP ALT mode linear redriver crosspoint switch with DisplayPort 1.4 up to 8.1 Gbps

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