bus bridge


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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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A potential new bus bridge over the River Anker to facilitate the redevelopment of the bus station site, or provision of a new bus interchange at the rail station.
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The AR901 network processor integrates an enhanced DMT engine, a 200MHz ARM9 processor, a hardware-based ATM SAR, and a 10/100 Ethernet controller, SDRAM controller and a proprietary extreme bus bridge (EBB).
The system PCI bus bridge device was positioned in the uppermost location to minimize the electrical length between it and the backplane I/O connector (FIGURE 3).
HC11 is Compact PCI hot swap friendly and also has built-in 8 bit general purpose bus of general control logic so that designers do not have to use separate PCI to local bus bridge. There are also 4 pins that can be configured as chip-select, external interrupt trigger or GIO.