Microcomputer busses are conductors that relay information through a computer system. This book describes the six most popular bus architectures, including the IBM PC, VME bus and NuBus. The book is divided into three parts comprising a comparison of busses to enable designers to select the most appropriate one for their application; complete documentation on individual busses; and design examples (methods and problem solving).
- Hardback | 238 pages
- 158 x 230 x 21mm | 581g
- 01 Nov 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Basic bus concepts; a comparison of busses; software/hardware interactions; multibus 1, multibus 2; VME bus; NuBus; PC/XT/AT bus; STD bus; programmable logic devices; field programmable gate arrays; multibus 1 design example; VME bus design example.