What ports do your PC work in parallel?

Good day, please tell us how to find out what ports the PC is working or can work in parallel. Let's say I decided to get information on your Bluetooth device (1) is sewn into the motherboard, which is based on the information from AIDA is a USB device. If I connect to the external USB port of some other device (2), the device (1) and (2) will operate in parallel and how does it know?
April 7th 20 at 15:47
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April 7th 20 at 15:49
Solution
Yes they will work at the same time, since the USB supports the simultaneous operation of all of its ports.
Thank you, please tell me how do you test it? - Violet_Luettg commented on April 7th 20 at 15:52
@Tate.Lemke, what exactly do you want to check? the fact that they work in parallel, have you checked out corny so that you have both devices earned.
If mean is not divided if the bus bandwidth for two phones, it is necessary to measure the transfer rate. - jaycee commented on April 7th 20 at 15:55
@Tate.Lemke, just to download something over bluetooth while the device is inserted in USB - Jacky.Gottlieb commented on April 7th 20 at 15:58
@lonnie_Deckow, @elfrieda.WehnI want to verify real-time concurrent operation of devices. Let's say there are 2 data array, I'm sending each of them via a physical port for processing in the CPU (arbitrarily), data is received to process simultaneously, i.e. in one and the same time or one first physical port, and then from the second one? The question is not, can I at the same time, in a broad sense, using all the ports, I know I can, a technical question, as these ports are serviced.

Regarding timing, there are some guides on this? - Violet_Luettg commented on April 7th 20 at 16:01
@Tate.Lemke, Right at the same time, in the popular sense of the word.
In the worst case (e.g. via usb cable), decreased transmission speed, that is, if the data array is 3 seconds from one device, then two devices simultaneously start transmitting, the two arrays will go 6 seconds every two times slower.

But again depends on your task, Windows is not a real-time system, it all happens at a time, just so fast that it usually can be neglected. But if you need to catch a microsecond via USB there will be problems.

About the guides... again, depending on what was going on.
Yet you are very vague questions are difficult to answer. - jaycee commented on April 7th 20 at 16:04

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