An electrical connection which allows two or more wires or lines to be connected together. Typically, all circuit cards receive the same information that is put on the Bus. Only the card the information is "addressed" to will use that data. This is convenient so that a circuit card may be plugged in "anywhere on the Bus." All computers and most telephone systems use buses of some type. Computer buses are typically open. Telephone system buses are typically closed.
Offers information about ATA and ATAPI devices. Also provides drivers and historical information.
Includes detailed information on USP, serial ports (RS-232), parallel ports (SPP/ECP/EPP/IEEE1284) and device drivers.
The online publication for designers and builders of bus/board-based systems.
The basic computer bus is explained and information is provided regarding ISA, PCI, MCA, EISA, VESA, and VL-Bus architecture.
Explains what a bus is and is hyperlinked to additional information.
Set of tutorials and concept documents providing information on all the instrument control hardware and bus technologies.
Containing detailed interface bus standards and engineering design information.
Provides links to many PC/104 embedded computing vendors with descriptions of the company's offerings.
Responsible for all interface standards relating to the popular AT Attachment (ATA) storage interface utilized as the disk drive interface on most personal and mobile computers today.
Provides circuits, pinouts, cable and adapter descriptions plus other technical information.
This article covers bus, its history and status, PCI, EISA, MCA, bus mastering, plug and play, and the bleeding edge. From Introduction to PC Hardware.
The fight for an open hardware platform is very real, and the power has swung from the PC leaders to the entertainment industry.
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