ACCESS.bus


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ACCESS.bus

A serial bus that allowed a variety of slow-speed peripherals (mouse, keyboard, etc.) to be daisy chained together using telephone wire. Providing a total bandwidth of 100 Kbps, it never caught on and was superseded by the much faster USB.
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Using the simple command set, the host processor can configure the LM8322 and LM8333 through an I2C compatible ACCESS.
National's on-board CP3UB26 microcontroller implements the USB interface to the host PC and an I2C-compatible ACCESS.
Additional functions and interfaces include versatile timer units; multifunction timers; audio interfaces; USART, UART, Microwire and SPI interfaces; ACCESS.
The CP3BT23 connectivity processor integrates Access.
The first product family to be introduced by National's new Device Connectivity Division, the CP3000 processors include Flash program memory and a variety of embedded peripherals, such as USB, CAN, USART, SPI and Access.
Peripherals on board the NS486SXF include an LCD controller, PCMCIA slot controller, UART/HP Serial IR, ECP parallel port and a "three-wire" serial interface supporting Access.