A USB cable is a standardized connectivity solution in the electronics industry, facilitating data exchange and power delivery between diverse devices. It features a universal architecture with a specified physical interface and communication protocols for seamless connectivity between hosts (e.g., computers) and peripherals (e.g., displays, keyboards). Initially designed to streamline connections, USB has replaced various interfaces like serial ports and parallel ports. USB cables are now ubiquitous, connecting devices such as keyboards, mice, cameras, printers, and smartphones. The USB-C connector, part of the current standard, further enhances versatility by accommodating power delivery (up to 240 W), display interfaces like DisplayPort and HDMI, consolidating various functions into a single, widely adopted connector.