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  • PCI Express Clock Generator Considerations
    , with a. maximum data throughput of 16 GBytes per second (GB/s) in a 32-lane configuration. At the time, this. specification was a major improvement over the previously used PCI and PCI-X bus architectures. Four. years later, the PCIe 2.0 spec was released, which doubled the transfer rate to 32GB/s
  • Data Acquisition - Intelligence Means Flexibility (.pdf)
    .....................................................................................................................3. 3 Control ..............................................................................................................................................3. 3.1 Low Latency via PCI bus ........................................................................................................3. 3.2
  • Real-Time Networking with Reflective Memory (.pdf)
    ,. real-time LANs that can guarantee data delivery within a tight. PCI/PCI-X, PMC, PCI Express and various other form factors. window of time. This enables guaranteed scheduling of sequen-. This allows dissimilar buses to be connected in a single. tial actions and ensures that data is not lost
  • The Linux Ultra-DMA Mini-Howto: Introduction
    Vibber - The document itself 1.3 Document History v3.0, 9 November 1999: Finally found time to update some key changes such as the relocation of the IDE patch archive to the Kernel.org archives... pesky school! Updated all sunsite links to new metalab.unc.edu or www.linuxdoc.orgv2.1, 27 May 1999
  • Kontron COMs Withstand Heat and Harsh Environments (.pdf)
    applications in the industry as well as in the. train: the COM communicates with its environment via four serial ports, a Fast Ethernet. connection and a CAN interface. Customer-specific expansions are realized via 32 bit,. 33/66 MHz PCI, and/or LPC buses. Both buses are linked to the baseboard via
  • Point Grey USB 3.0 FAQ & Practical Guide to Machine Vision
    and computer vision applications. Point Grey USB 3.0 FAQ & Practical Guide. Point Grey USB 3.0 FAQ &. Practical Guide. Revised February, 2013. Version 2.1. Copyright © 2012 Point Grey Research, Inc. Point Grey USB 3.0 FAQ & Practical Guide. Contents. Part 1: SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Technology Overview
  • The CW Command (.pdf)
    . JP#L. L. Figure 2. Unsolicited (“L”) and solicited (0:) characters. Solicited characters are output by the controller in response to a command sent in on the. communication port (e.g. PCI bus, Ethernet, or RS-232). For example, if a host PC sends the. command “TPX” to the controller, the controller
  • More Than Just CPU Performance-Criteria for Choosing an x86-based Embedded Computer (.pdf)
    . applications that still rely on legacy equipment, is via serial. communication. 2.1 Serial Communication. The RS-232/422/485 interface is still the most common. communication protocol for industrial data acquisition and. transmission. One of the principal challenges programmers. face when dealing with serial

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