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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.
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.
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.
announced it has further extended its Universal Serial Bus (USB) device family with the introduction of its USB 2.
Teradyne's (NYSE: TER) Assembly Test Division (ATD), a global leader in electronics testing and production solutions, today announced the introduction of the Bi4-Series(TM) of serial bus test instruments (BTI), the first "synthetic" instrument capable of assuming a wide range of serial bus protocols required in military and aerospace test environments.