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PC104P-SHRD-A ASAP Semiconductor TEKA Not Provided SHROUD 4 X 30 PCI CONNECTOR

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  • An EPIC Tale: PC/104 Hitches On To PCI Express
    Express is apropos for the EPIC Express standard's name because it puts PC/104 on the fast track to the next level. Efforts put forth by Ampro Computer, Micro-sys, Octagon Systems, Versalogic, and WinSystems resulted in the standard. The main board format is the same size and general layout
  • PC/104, PC/104-Plus, EBX and ETX
    for a motherboard, backplane, and/or card cage. PC/104-Plus combines the PCI bus with the PCI/104 form factor for faster data transfers. Embedded board expandable (EBX) is a small (5.75” x 8”) form factor for single-board computers that supports PC/104 expansion. Embedded technology extended (ETX) is a form
  • Using the PC/104-Plus (PCI) Interface for System Expansion Cards
    For more than a decade, the PC/104 form factor has used the ISA bus for rugged and easy-to-design add-in cards. More recently, an extended PC/104 format has gained industry acceptance. This variation, known as PC/104-Plus, includes both ISA and PCI interfaces. PC/104-Plus single board computers
  • EPIC + PCI Express = EPIC Express. The Next Generation Embedded Platform for Industrial Computing.
    PCI Express is the wave of the future for high performance I/O in both desktop and industrial/embedded applications. This hierarchical, point-to-point interconnect works well with on-board and slot oriented architectures. Yet the stacking style architecture employed with EPIC, PC/104, and EBX
  • EPIC Express: A Bridge to the Future for High-Performance I/O
    connectors for the PCI Express interface. EPIC Express also incorporates the popular PC/104 I/O connectors. This gives designers access to one of the broadest ranges of "plug-on" or stackable industrial I/O available in the marketplace today.
  • Tips for embedded real-time design
    Real-time constraints change the way designers architect control tasks. The PC/104 standard defines a modular system architecture that uses 3.5-in. boards that snap together. The result is a stackthrough bus which uses ISA technology. The related PC/104+ standard uses PCI-format rather than ISA

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