MULTIBUS


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MULTIBUS

An advanced bus architecture from Intel used in industrial, military and aerospace applications. It includes message passing, auto configuration and software interrupts. MULTIBUS I is 16-bits; MULTIBUS II is 32-bits.
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LLC nuclear energy unit has purchased the Multibus I product line from US Technologies Inc.
Users can now buy boards to run such software on the STD Bus, the VMEbus, the Multibus I and II, and the NuBus.
The principal factor limiting processor throughput is the Tunis interprocessor bus, a standard, economical Multibus system.
Proteon offers host interface controller boards for Unibus, Q-bus and Multibus systems, as well as for the IBM PC.
CANoe and CANalyzer are used as multibus tools to evaluate the AFDX communication in temporal relation to other communication channels such as ARINC 825.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 2, 2015-Westinghouse Acquires Multibus I Product Line from US Technologies
Further, logic analyzers support multibus correlation so you can relate commands on one type of bus to activity on another.
Depending on the application, features of the controls include: electro-luminescent or LCD operator displays, high-speed event detection for real-time response, high-density/high-power digital I/O, analog I/O, closed-loop control, alarm and fault detection and display, on-board diagnostics, Multibus or ISA bus architecture, 386 microprocessors, DOS platform, plotting and graphics, real-time clock, soft keys, printer output, and auxiliary-equipment interface.
Among the several available backplane buses were Multibus I and II, VME, Nu-Bus, Future Bus/Future Bus + and PI Bus.
Today's networks have evolved employing multibus technologies and methodologies, with expandable multi-processors that serve many hosts.