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General Specifications
   Computer Backplane / Bus:      Bus/computer architectures supported.
   Your choices are...         
   PCI       Peripheral Component Interconnect. PCI is a local bus system designed for high-end computer systems, such as the Pentium®. It transfers 32 or 64 bits of data at a clock speed of 33 MHz. The PCI bus supports 3 to 5 critical peripherals, which are either integrated directly onto the motherboard or added via expansion cards. The PCI bus fully supports cards developed for standard I/O buses. 
   ISA / EISA       Industry Standard Architecture. ISA is a standard for I/O buses that was set back in 1984 when IBM was the standard. The ISA bus can handle 16-bit data transfers at a clock speed of 8 MHz. It is also capable of handling memory under 16 MB. EISA, or Extended ISA, is an improvement over the ISA bus. It runs at 8 MHz, is capable of 32-bit data transfer, and can access all memory in the system. 
   PCMCIA (PC Card)       PCMCIA devices (PC Cards) are credit-card-sized peripherals predominantly used in laptop computers. The PCMCIA adapter takes the place of a COM port on a standard bus. The card is plugged into a 68-pin host socket that is connected either to the motherboard or an expansion bus. An adapter then translates the PCMCIA signals into signals usable by the computer's bus. 
   PC/104 (PC/104Plus, EBX)       PC/104 gets its name from the desktop personal computers designed by IBM (PCs), and from the number of pins used to connect the cards together (104). PC/104 cards are much smaller than ISA-bus cards and stack together eliminating the need for a motherboard, back plane, and/or card cage. PC/104-Plus incorporates the PCI bus into the PC/104 form-factor for faster data transfer. EBX (Embedded Board eXpandable) defines a 5.75" x 8" form factor large enough to implement a powerful single-board computer. It supports PC/104 expansion. 
   Mac PCI (Nubus)       Peripheral Component Interconnect. A local bus standard developed by the Intel® Corporation. PCI is used on newer versions of Apple's® Macintosh® line. Nubus was the expansion bus for Apple computers from the Macintosh II through the Performa® line. 
   SUN Sbus       Designed by Sun in 1989, the SBus board was the standard I/O inter-connect for Sun computers, which typically run under the Solaris or SunOS flavor of the UNIX operating system. 
   PMC bus       The PMC Bus is actually a form factor, not a bus -- it is electrically the same as the PCI Bus, but the shape of the card and the bus connectors are different. Designed for rugged implementations, the PMC form factor provides a secure mounting platform for PMC VME mezzanine boards. 
   PXI bus       PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation (PXI). This superset of CompactPCI adds timing and triggering functions, imposes requirements for documenting environmental tests, and establishes a standard Windows-based software framework. 
   Multibus (I & II)       Multibus is a modular computer-systems architecture used in embedded applications in telecommunications, medical-devices, manufacturing automation, networking, and other market areas. 
   STD Bus       Often referred to as the "Blue Collar Bus" because of its rugged design and small size, the STD Bus was originally designed for factory and industrial environments. It uses 16-bit architecture. 
   VME Bus       VersaModule Eurocard. A 32-bit bus used in industrial, commercial and military applications. VME64 is an expanded version that provides 64-bit data transfer and addressing. 
   VXI / MXI Bus       VME eXtensions for Instrumentation. Motorola developed the VME standard, with others, in the late 1970s. A standard for many electronic platforms, it defines electrical and mechanical backplane characteristics. 
   DT-Connect I & II Interface       Data Translation's DT-Connect Interface 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary bus. 
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   Processor / DSP type:       
   Your choices are...         
   Pentium Family       General Specs of the 386 Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 24-bit and 32-bit (DX series)
  • Maximum Memory: 16MB and 4GB (DX Series)
 General Specs of the Pentium II Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
 General Specs of the Pentium III Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
  • Utilizes Intel's 0.18 micron manufacturing process
  • High clock speed: over 1GHz 
 
   i860         
   i960         
   5x86         
   386, 486 Family       General Specs of the 386 Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 24-bit and 32-bit (DX series)
  • Maximum Memory: 16MB and 4GB (DX Series)
 General Specs of the 486 Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 32-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 4GB
 
   MC8051         
   MC68HC11       General Specs of the Motorola 68HC11 Family:
  • The M68HC11 CPU
  • On board RAM, ROM, and EEPROM
  • 38 general purpose I/O pins
  • 16-bit Timer System
  • An 8-channel 8-bit A/D
  • Serial (RS 232) communications at various baud rates
  • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) communications
 
   MC680xx Family         
   PowerPC       Motorola PowerPCTM is a RISC (Reduce Instruction Set Computer) microprocessor designed to meet the standard set by the PowerPC Alliance (Motorola, IBM, and Apple Computer). The PowerPC standard specifies a 32-bit and 64-bit bus and support for 32 floating point registers. The PowerPC processor is used to power notebooks, desktop computers, workstations, servers, as well as high-end telecommunication networks. 
   ADSP-2106x SHARC       Analog Devices "Super Harvard Architecture Computer" Processor 
   Texas Instruments 320Cxxx Family         
   Z80 Family         
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   Operating System Support:      Has drivers/interface for these operating systems:
   Your choices are...         
   Windows 95/98         
   Windows NT         
   Windows 3.1x         
   DOS         
   MAC OS         
   SunOS         
   Solaris         
   UNIX         
   LynxOS         
   QNX         
   VxWorks         
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Processor / DSP Performance
   Number of Processors:         
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Clock Speed:         
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Floating Point Performance:       Millions of Floating Point Operations per Second 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Integer Performance:       Millions of Integer Operations per Second 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Operations:       Millions of Operations per Second 
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Maximum Addressable Memory:         
   Search Logic:      All matching products will have a value greater than or equal to the specified value.
   Operating Temperature:       The temperature range over which the device must operate. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the limits in a "From - To" range; when both are specified, matching products will cover entire range. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
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