|31||October, 2016||USB-IF Workshop||Announcement: USB-IF Workshop 99 Portland, Oregon||Informational||March, 2016|
|36||July, 2007||USB Host Stationary Suites Test Methodologies||What to do when hosting a USB host stationary suite at a USB-IF Compliance Workshop||Informational|
Effective Date: March, 2016
USB - IF Compliance Workshop, February 2017
|USB Host Stationary Suites Test Methodologies
USB-IF Compliance Workshops are typically held at hotels. There are many advantages for holding a compliance workshop at a hotel:
Compliance testing at workshops is divided into logical groups, each logical group is placed into a hotel room or "suite." For example, testing of electrical characteristics is performed in one suite; whereas, interoperability is performed in another suite. Vendors attending a workshop are rotated through each of the required suites to have their product tested.
Vendors have an option to host their own test suites at workshops so that their products can be tested with products of other attending vendors. These are called stationary suites.
The USB-IF requires any product with an exposed downstream port to host a stationary suite so that it can be tested with a variety peripherals.
Stationary Suite Test Methodologies for USB Hosts
The following information is collected when hosting a stationary suite:
The following describes the minimum tests requirements. Vendors are free to test beyond the minimum required.
Downstream Port Functionality
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