Products/Services for Multibus Prototype Card

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    Multibus Boards - (5 companies)
    ...and instrument housings. Multibus I boards use card edge fingers as connectors. Multibus II boards are 32-bit microprocessor buses at 80MBps and are widely used. Multibus II boards are available in two sizes which are 3U x 220mm and 6U x 220mm (U= 1.75...
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    Prototyping Services - (873 companies)
    Prototyping services provide low-volume conceptual or working models of a design in a short time frame. Often, they are available from providers of high-volume part services. How to Select Prototyping Services. Image Credit: Aztalan Engineering, Inc...
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    Rapid Prototyping Equipment - (95 companies)
    Rapid prototyping equipment produces a three-dimensional (3D) paper, plastic, wax, ceramic or metal prototype or pattern. Rapid prototyping equipment builds models of products before they are mass produced for the marketplace. These physical...
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    PC Card Connectors - (89 companies)
    PC card connectors are used to connect PC cards, CompactFlash cards, and other devices to computers. PC card connectors are used to connect PC cards, CompactFlash cards, and other devices to computers. The PC card form factor is defined...
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    Rapid Prototyping Services - (899 companies)
    Rapid prototyping automates the fabrication of a prototype part from a three-dimensional (3-D) CAD drawing. These physical models convey more complete information about the product earlier in the development cycle. Rapid prototyping services...
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    PCB Card Guides and Retainers - (28 companies)
    Card guides are attached to backplane motherboards to allow the insertion or mounting of computer cards. Card guides and card cages are designed to hold computer cards and motherboards securely in place and allow for easy removal of old cards...
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    ID Card Readers and Encoders - (150 companies)
    ID card readers and ID card encoders are used to transmit personal information onto various forms of storage media and retrieve this data as needed. ID card readers and ID card encoders are used to transmit personal information onto various forms...
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    PCMCIA Card Readers and Writers - (23 companies)
    PCMCIA Card Readers and Writers Information. PCMCIA card readers and PCMCIA card writers allow a user to transfer data from or to a host computer to or from a PCMCIA card. These products derive their names from the Personal Computer Memory Card...
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    Smart Card Chips - (28 companies)
    Smart Card Chips Information. Smart card chips contain a microprocessor and/or memory. They are embedded in smart cards; portable devices that resemble credit cards but are used in applications such as banking and health care. Although the term...
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    Industrial Chassis and Card Cages - (334 companies)
    Industrial chassis and card cages are metal frames that support and contain electronic components and power supplies. They generally have a backplane with slots to install other peripherals and accessories. Industrial chassis and card cages...
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  • Proceedings of the 1979 linear accelerator conference
    A local console described here has been fab- ricated using Multibus card cages and commercially available A-D, D-A, memory and binary 1/0 cards. … Interface and two byt«-« of »*n>e (witches and ttatua Indicator*, li.m been prototyped .
  • Proceedings of the international conference on instrumentation for colliding beam physics
    … a standard estimate might be of order a man-year of engineering plus prototyping coats, or a … Considerable design savings may he effected by careful use of existing hobbyist develop­ ment cards or crate/bus systems such as S-100 or Multibus (or ultimately Fastbusi).
  • Early Token Ring Work at MIT
    The prototype had only about two dozen fix wires on it, unlike the V1 LNI. With small changes, the V2 LNI Unibus host interface card was modified to produce host interface cards for the Q-Bus (a lower-cost bus from DEC for the LSI-11 family) and the Multibus .
  • Microprocessors in detectors and analysis
    … a standard estimate might be of order a man-year of engineering plus prototyping costs, or a … Considerable design savings may be effected by careful use of existing hobbyist develop- ment cards or crate/bus systems such as S-100or Multibus (or ultimately Fastbus!).
  • A System Solution To An Image Understanding Problem Using Geometric Arithmetic Parallel Processor (GAPP) Devices
    For applications that require other bus interfaces or form factors, NCR licenses the hardware design of the multibus card set. … the ability to design and debug the hardware and software aspects of the prototype and production models …
  • IEEE Micro's Product Summary
    Contains a general-purpose, Multibus - compatible, slave interface and over 34 square inches of universal prototyping layout space. Single- card system for S-100 (proposed IEEE- 696) computers has 12K static RAM, 4K data RAM …
  • Buscon/87 UK
    … Hedge End Southampton, Hants S03 3LG UK 0703 266300 FAX: 0703 264159 Telex: 477984 Products: A range of dedicated hardware in support of microprocessor bus systems including VMEbus, Multibus I and 11, STE … … an extensive range of prototyping boards, wiring systems and … … Suffolk, England IP5 7RE 0673 663101 Telex: 98376 Products: STD and STE Bus card products and development …
  • Low-cost microcomputing: The personal computer and single-board computer revolutions
    threeanalogboards,andseveralcompletesystempackages, prototyping kits, card cages, and power supplies. 1/0 lines, programmable timer/event counter, and full multimaster MULTIBUS control.
  • Modulation and coding for satellite and space communications
    The prototype decoder packaging approach is to provide for easy transfer from prototype packaging to a DSN … The first drawer is based on a MULTIBUS I card cage and includes all the assemblies and external interfaces, except for the processor assembly.
    Applications software is executed inside the console chassis using Intel Pentium processor cards on a Multibus II backplane. … the basic functionality onto a PC, and then undertook a programme of rapid prototyping to develop interface …