PC bus

PC bus

(1) The data pathway in a PC. See PC data buses.

(2) The official name of the 8-bit bus architecture used in first-generation IBM PCs and XTs. It was superseded by the 16-bit AT bus, later known as the ISA bus. See PC data buses.
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That, he said, can take a long time with a typical PC bus operating at 400 kHz.
The fully integrated Hall-effect current device is the first digital current sensor IC released by Allegro, and is designed for applications that require digital current sensing and reporting through an PC bus.
A linear output signal is available via a digital PC bus interface (analog output on request).
Called the SV92U2, this Universal Serial Bus (USB)-based modem chipset makes it possible to reduce desktop PC bus sizes by 80 percent by eliminating the need for Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI)-based modems.
The SV92U2 Universal Serial Bus (USB)-based modem chipset from Agere makes it possible to reduce desktop PC bus sizes by 80 percent by eliminating the need for Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI)-based modems, according to the company.
According to Agere Systems the SV92U2 USB-based modem chip removes the need for PCI-based modems, enabling desktop PC bus sizes to be reduced by 80%.
Intel and companies like NVIDIA enjoy a long-standing collaborative relationship with the common goal of driving progress in PC technology, including transitioning the PC industry to an advanced PC bus architecture, PCI Express.
The card fits directly into a PC, occupying a short slot, and takes power from the PC bus.
The PC Bus is currently unable to make efficient use of Gigabit speeds because it only operates at 1 Gbps itself, and all PC peripherals use it to communicate with each other (i.
Pricing begins at $645 for a 15-inch screen with PC bus controller, with volume discounts available.
In backplane technologies used to connect the subsystems of a PC or workstation together, the current generation PC bus, peripheral component interface (PCI), not only performs as well as many of its workstation counterparts, it is being adopted by many workstation vendors as a common interface standard.
They plug into one full length PC bus slot and are controlled by the host personal computer.