In a WiFi group I visit, I received a response that said something like “I’ve reviewed WiFi-AC products with USB 2.0 and it seems that WiFi-AC can’t really take adantage of USB 3.0 speeds”
You’ve read the first criticisms of the first WiFi-AC routers that have only USB 2.0 and not USB 3.0. USB 2.0 just isn’t fast enough.
Video Class, in this case, means moving video from a web camera or digital video camera to another device like a display, or PC, or game console.
UVC is built into Windows, Mac OX, Linux, FreeBSD, and the PS3.
Simply, UVC makes it easier by standardizing video drivers. So any Video Camera could use the standard UVC driver in those platforms. The Video Camera maker only needs to worry about the embedded firmware in the Video Camera itself.
I incorrectly reported the first WiFi routers with USB 3.0 ports support WiFi-AC or 802.11ac in a previous blog. In fact, those routers use WiFi-N will MIMO or multiple antennas and dual radios. They still make use of USB 3.0 because the WiFi-N speeds with dual radios can achieve 450 Mbps which far exceeds maximum effective throughput of USB 2.0’s 320 Mbps.
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Panasonic started shipping the world’s first USB 3.0 digital TVs (DTV). 3 DTV models including the one below.