Converting Existing USB Designs to Support Type

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excerpt To convert an existing USB 2.0 device to Type-C, the designer must add add two pull-down resistors to the CC pins and route the USB D+/D- signals to both positions on the Type-C receptacle. No other changes are required. The device waits for Vbus to be valid, enables it’s D+ pull-up resistor (for a Full Speed or High Speed product), Chirps (if High Speed device) and USB enumeration occurs as normal. on 10/10/2019, 8:25:32 PM