Proceeding of

NCAICN National Conference 2013



Advances in

Computing & Networking


A Special Issue of

International Journal of Computer Science and Applications



Hon. Shri Sundeepji Meghe

(Chairman, Vidarbha Youth Welfare Society, Amravati)



Dr. V.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE, Professor Emeritus)


Organizing Committee


Dr. D.T. Ingole (FIE, FIETE)

(Principal PRMIT & R, Badnera and  Chairman IEI  Amravati Center).


 Er. A.W. Jawanjal

(Honorary Secretary IEI, Amravati Center)


Dr. G.R. Bamnote ((FIE, FIETE)

(H.O.D. Computer Science & Engineering)

Dr. A.S. Alvi (MIE)

(H.O.D. Information Technology))

Prof. Mrs. M.D. Ingole (FIE.MIETE)

(H.O.D. Electronics & Telecommunication)


Prof. S.V. Dhopte ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. Ms. V.M. Deshmukh (FIE, FIETE)

Dr. S.W. Mohod  (FIE,FIETE)


Dr. S.R. Gupta (MIE, MIETE)

Prof. S.V. Pattalwar ((FIE, FIETE)

Prof. M.D. Damahe


Prof. Mrs. M.S. Joshi                

Dr. S.M. Deshmukh

Prof. V.U. Kale

Prof. S.S. Kulkarni

Prof. Ms. R.R. Tuteja

Prof. Ms. J.N. Ingole

Prof. V.R. Raut

Prof. C.N. Deshmukh

Prof. Ms. M.S. Deshmukh

Prof. S.P. Akarte

Prof. Mrs. A.P. Deshmukh

Prof. Mrs. S.S. Sikchi

Prof. N.N. Khalsa

Department of Information and Computer Science and Engineering

Prof. Ram Meghe Institute of Technology and Research, Badnera Distt. Amravati



Prof. K. H. Walse





IJCSA ISSN: 0974-1011 (Online) >>    

Super Speed Data Traveller USB 3.0

Mr. Pradip S. Ingle and Mr. Sagar D. Dharkar


USB 3.0 has transmission speeds of up to 5 Gbit/s, which is  10  times  faster  than  USB2.0 (480  Mbit/s). As the speed is 5Gbit/s, it reduces time required for transmission of data. Reduced power consumption and backward compatibility with USB 2.0 is the features of USB 3.0. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced on 17 November 2008 that the  specification of  version 3.0 had been completed and had  made the  transition to  the USB Implementers  Forum  (USBIF)  The managing  body of USB  specifications. This  move  effectively  opened  the specification  to hardware developers for implementation in  future  products. A  new  feature  is  the "SuperSpeed" bus, which  provides a fourth transfer mode at 5.0  Gbit/s. The  raw  throughput  is  4  Gbit/s, and  the  specification considers  it  reasonable to  achieve 3.2  Gbit/s (0.4 GB/s or 400 MB/s).

2013 International Journal of Computer Science and Applications 

Published by Research Publications, India