daughter board


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daughter board

[′dȯd·ər ‚bȯrd]
(computer science)
A small printed circuit board that is attached to another printed circuit board.
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On-substrate or below-substrate surface waveguide arrays bending 90 degrees perpendicularly off board to connector ferrule and daughter board with edge connection ferrules.
Nexar also includes constraint files that map the FPGA pinout on the daughter board to the relevant NanoBoard resources, allowing easy targeting of a design for the Virtex-II Pro.
The Signal Analysis PICtail Daughter Board is an add-on board to the popular and low-cost PICkit 1 Flash Starter kit that contains the 14-pin PIC16F684 8-bit Flash microcontroller and 16 Kbytes of serial EEPROM memory.
Their PICtail daughter board and module is an easy-to-use Wi-Fi prototyping system with a fast path to production.
The RN-131 and RN-171 PICtail /PICtail Plus daughter boards are the first two products developed by Microchip based on Roving Networks modules.
The reference design further simplifies the integration of analytics by providing the ZOT modular VCA daughter board bundled with robust and simple object classification, trip wire and Area Of Interest (AOI) Inside from ObjectVideo.
Following the launch of its consumer-band PLM PICtail Plus Daughter Board Development Kit earlier this year, the utility-band PLM PICtail Plus Daughter Board Development Kit comes with two nodes, providing point-to-point communication out of the box, meaning customers can have the daughter board running a selection of demos in a matter of minutes.
The 32-bit PIC32 microcontroller (MCU)-powered LCC Graphics PICtail Plus Daughter Board enables developers to directly drive 256 (8-bit-per-pixel)-color graphical user interfaces utilizing the PIC32 MCU's on-chip memory, Direct Memory Access controller, and Parallel Master Port.
The Epson S1D13517 Graphics Controller PICtail[TM] Plus Daughter Board is based upon the Epson S1D13517 controller, featuring an 18-/24-bit Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) interface that is supported by 128 Megabits external SDRAM, and enables up to 24-bit-per-pixel color depth.
NASDAQ: MCHP), a leading provider of microcontroller, analog and Flash-IP solutions, today announced a Machine-to-Machine (M2M) PICtail[TM] Daughter Board (part # AC320011) that comes with all of the hardware, wireless-communication protocols and application-code examples needed to help designers jump start their fleet-management or location-based service application.
The ED3K4 daughter board features dual USB connectors; one to support the USB function of the uPSD3400 series, the other providing the USB connection for the embedded RLINK-ST USB to JTAG adapter which is implemented in hardware on the board.
Developers can begin designing today with Microchip's MCP7941X RTCC PICtail[TM] Plus Daughter Board (part # AC164140, $45), which can also be used with Microchip's existing MCP794XX family of devices.