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bus bridge

A device that connects two similar or dissimilar buses together, such as two VMEbuses or a VMEbus and a Futurebus. This is not the same as a communications bridge, which connects network segments together. See bridge and bus.
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The bus bridge will provide travel time savings of up to six minutes across 12 bus routes per week day to about 16,000 bus passengers.
The public has already been consulted on the project, but the proposed bus bridge over the Anker is an addition to the plan.
The ADSL network processor integrates the DMT engine, an ARM9 processor, a hardware-based ATM SAR, and a 10/100 Ethernet controller with scatter gather DMA, SDRAM controller and a proprietary bus bridge architecture.
The existing entrance to the new Perth Busport was constructed during the Perth City Link rail works and connects to the Milligan Street bus bridge.
Plans for cycle lanes have therefore been brought forward and a new bus bridge over the River Anker has been included in the proposals.
For both products, the ISA bus support features a PCI-to- ISA bus bridge IC, rather than using an LPC-to-ISA bridge, so that the entire address and I/O space is available, and 16-bit-wide data transfers are supported.
The Tsi148 is the industry's leading PCI/X-to-VME Bridge and the successful next-generation offering to the Tundra Universe(TM) II, the industry's best selling VME-to-PCI Bus Bridge for embedded systems customers.
This, coupled with a direct interface to the PCI bus, can eliminate the PCI-Local bus bridge saving additional board space and reducing system cost.