Remote Plug and Play USB Devices for Mobile Terminals
Advances in high performance mobile terminals and short distance wireless communication technology have been achieved. There has been renewed of interest in controlling peripheral devices with mobile terminals. However, in general peripheral devices are used in the form directly connected to a computer. We propose an intelligent USB (iUSB) where mobile terminals can remotely use USB devices for network-transparency. We achieved Plug and Play on the network (remote Plug and Play) with a USB devices. We confirmed that remote Plug and Play was effective if it had an environment with enough band width and low latency.
KeywordsControl Point Mobile Terminal Device Driver Peripheral Device Device Discovery
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