Universal Serial Bus interfaces for data and power
Multimedia home systems and applications for end-user networks
To develop International publications for the requirements and functions of multimedia home systems and applications, as well as specifications addressing total system connected in end-user networks. This includes: system, application, and protocol specifications for connected equipment, home servers, and internet/cloud service applications; as well as, power and data control interface specifications for personal computing and CE devices.
End-user networks include all personal networks of connected equipment, such as home networks, controlled by an individual for multimedia applications and services.
Universal Serial Bus interfaces for data and power -
Common components - USB Power Delivery Specification
Part 1-3: Common components - USB Type-C™ Cable and Connector Specification
Part 1-4: Common components - USB Type-C™ Authentication Specification
Part 3-1: Universal Serial Bus 3.1 Specification
This specification is intended as an extension to the existing [USB 2.0], [USB 3.1], [USB Type-C 1.2] and [USBBC 1.2] specifications. It addresses only the elements required to implement USB Power Delivery. It is targeted at power supply vendors, manufacturers of [USB 2.0], [USB 3.1], [USB Type-C 1.2] and [USBBC 1.2] Platforms, Devices and cable assemblies. Normative information is provided to allow interoperability of components designed to this specification. Informative information, when provided, may illustrate possible design implementation.
Part 1-3: This specification is intended as a supplement to the existing USB 2.0, USB 3.1 and USB Power Delivery specifications. It addresses only the elements required to implement and support the USB Type-C receptacles, plugs and cables. Normative information is provided to allow interoperability of components designed to this specification. Informative information, when provided, may illustrate possible design implementations.
Part 1-4: This specification defines the architecture and methodology for unilateral Product Authentication. It is intended to be fully compatible with and extend existing PD and USB infrastructure. Information is provided to allow for Policy enforcement, but individual Policy decisions are not specified. The Authentication of USB Type-C products that support Alternate Modes is allowed. However, the methods to do so are outside the scope of this specification.
Part 3-1: The specification is primarily targeted at peripheral developers and platform/adapter developers, but provides valuable information for platform operating system/BIOS/device driver, adapter IHVs/ISVs, and system OEMs. This specification can be used for developing new products and associated software. Product developers using this specification are expected to know and understand the USB 2.0 Specification. Specifically, USB 3.1 devices must implement device framework commands and descriptors as defined in the USB 2.0 Specification. Devices operating at the new 10 Gbps (Gen 2) speed must implement the SuperSpeedPlus enhancements defined in this version of the specification.
Ms G. Wei
Mr J. Ravencraft
Mr P. Talmola
Mr J. Minkkinen
Mr J. Woodgate
Mr H. Sakakihara
Mr C. L. Nge
Mr G. Paparrizos
Mr J. Minkkinen
Mr M. Kulmala
Mr J. Ravencraft
Part 1-2 Ed.3: PPUB 100/3045/RVC (IS published: 2018-04-10) , DC100/3142/DC (Comments by 2018-10-05)
Part 1-3 Ed.3: PPUB (IS published: 2018-05)
Part 1-4 Ed.1: PPUB 100/3046/RVCc
Part 3-1 Ed.1: PPUB (IS published: 2017-03)