As the latest USB-C specification supports both state-of-the-art data speeds (up to 40 Gbps) and high power transfer (up to 100W), several design concerns must be addressed. On the one hand, the presentation outlines the components needed to protect USB 3.x/USB 4 devices and attenuate EMI that may cause the device to fail EMC testing. On the other hand, it addresses migration risks and protection concerns and shares design guidelines for a clean power sinking device implementation guaranteeing both safety and Interoperability.
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