We'll explore the technical differences between Ultra ATA and Serial ATA technology, and to provide explanation for the transition from a parallel to serial bus architecture.
What does SBUS stand for?
SBUS stands for Serial Bus
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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a developer and manufacturer of high-speed signal integrity test and measurement solutions for the computer, storage, and communications industries, introduces BERTScope Eye Openers for the convenient and easy-to-use conversion of conventional non-return to zero (NRZ) data to de-emphasized data signals which are used by a growing number of high-speed serial bus standards.
These designers face new system-design challenges associated with the migration of traditional parallel digital buses to gigabit-speed serial bus structures.
About IEEE 1394B Technology The IEEE-1394B standard defines a multimedia serial bus that provides high-speed 1394B communications at distances up to 100m over standard Category 5 (CAT5) cables.
USB-IF) is a non-profit corporation founded by the group of companies that developed the Universal Serial Bus specification.
The I2C bus has become the de-facto industry standard serial bus for control, maintenance and configuration operations in most electronic applications, thanks to the simplicity of the truly plug-and-play 2-wire interface and low-cost of implementation resulting from a large installed user base.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 5, 2003 SMA Probe Head and New Oscilloscope Test Capabilities Enable Engineers to Quickly Validate and Ensure Compliance to Serial Bus Standards Agilent Technologies Inc.
announced it has further extended its Universal Serial Bus (USB) device family with the introduction of its USB 2.