transition card

transition card

[tran′zish·ən ‚kärd]
(computer science)
In reading a deck of punched cards by a computer, a card that causes the computer to stop reading cards and begin executing a program. Also known as transfer card.
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The Bluejay supports PCI 66/64 as well as a rear I/O transition card, which can provide any type of digital I/O via a LVDS interface.
An average airflow of 6 CFM (500 LFM) per rear transition card is sufficient to cool 50 W per rear slot.
0, an automatic protection switching package that provides 1-for-N card-level protection across multiple chassis, -- QualView(R) Ad Insertion application that splices ads entirely in the digital domain, -- MPEG-2 ASE, action scene encoder for use with certain sports and other high-action TV channels, -- A higher performance transition card that accommodates digital audio inputs and provides pre-processing to increase video encoding performance in the presence of noise, -- MSP, a multi-stream processor card for advanced encoding algorithms such as H.
Each channel interfaces with a SCSI HDD and an optional rear transition card for use with CompactPCI backplanes.
This is a hot swappable 6U x 4HP x 80mm rear transition card that monitors various details of system operation and generates alarm notifications if any parameter falls outside of the customer programmable tolerances.
The PS 1808 backplane, PS 1809 transition card and PS 1188 bridge will be the basis of the PLX Rapid Development System (RDS) platform that will allow designers to develop systems based on the GigaBridge Switched-PCI architecture for increased scalability, higher performance and high availability.
The GigaBridge SwitchedPCI architecture enables PCI/CompactPCI-based telecommunications, data communications and embedded systems to incorporate 224 PCI bus segments, aggregate tens of gigabits per second, and connect PCI devices up to 5 meters apart via a high-performance link utilizing the PS1809 transition card.
To help speed their OEM's cPCI products to market, Sun also announced the XCP-TRN CPCI I/O Transition Card, which enables OEMs to carry the cPCI J3, J4, and J5 backplane I/O signals out through the backpanel on an industry-standard size CPCI transition card.
Kaparel Corporation announced today that they will have mechanical demonstration backplanes and transition cards for the AdvancedTCA(TM) (PICMG 3.
The AdvancedTCA backplanes and transition cards utilize the new ZD style connectors and will be installed in the Rittal AdvancedTCA subrack assembly being show at the Show.
11-style rear transition cards -- Four AC or DC input 150W hot swappable power supplies for N+1 redundancy -- Compliant with PICMG 2.
The new system provides the same functionality as a standard CompactPCI system and the absence of transition cards means fewer components and a longer mean time before failure (MTBF).

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