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  • Using MODBUS Sample Code in Embedded Applications (.pdf)
    Moxa provides sample code to help end users streamline access to peripherals from Moxa embedded computers. Besides using sample code to speed development of client-server, serial, and other peripheral programs, sample code for communications with MODBUS devices is now available for software
  • Is Embedded Computing for You?
    When you need to connect or control industrial devices, there are many choices available. Sometimes, it makes sense to connect devices directly to an industrial PC (IPC) equipped with a multiport serial board. Other times, devices can be connected to a device server that is then connected
  • PCI Express (R): Selecting the Right Bridge for High Performance Applications
    PCI Express (PCIe) is the evolution of the PCI standard, which was developed to meet increasing bandwidth and speed requirements, and to upgrade from a parallel bus architecture to a high speed serial point-to-point architecture. PCIe supports faster bus speeds and backwards-compatible PC
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Taiwan's Alcor Micro announces USB-based smart-card chip TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan's Alcor Micro Corp. here unveiled what the company claims is the world's first single-chip, smart-card reader chip. The new controller, called the AU9510, combines a smart card reader function, a Universal Serial Bus
  • Bringing the Web to the factory
    a standard RS-232/485 serial port or a fieldbus adapter. One additional advantage of this approach is that thin servers often come with development packages that
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    on consumer electronics devices. Cable, server module versions of PCI Express gain steam Two new implementations of the emerging serial PCI Express interconnect are in the works, according to presentation at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference. SoC brings satellite-like features to cable
  • Computer Power User Article - 3Gbps SATA Hard Drives
    hard drive technology is because SATA II was temporarily the name of the SATA-IO (Serial ATA International Organization), the working group responsible for developing the SATA spec. Of course, SATA II will probably stick around for a while as a blanket term for hard drives with 3Gbps signaling rates

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