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BUS

Abbreviation for Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands.

bus

The hardware that controls the flow of commands between the main processor and other components—memory, peripherals, etc.

BUS

Abbreviation for:
Bartholin's, urethral, Skene's (glands)
biological units
buspirone
busulfan, see there
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COTS signal processing systems tend to use backplane profiles that support multiple fabric planes.
As a result, new requirements mandate backplane manufacturing and design validation requirements.
"Backplane has a clear vision for the future of network orchestration, and is uniquely positioned to reshape what it means to connect people, devices and things to business-critical applications," said Steve Anderson, founder of Baseline Ventures.
This newest addition to Elma's VPX backplane line is ideal for highly integrated applications that require slots with optical or RF connectivity together with high speed connections to a processor slot.
Many of the process functions shown in Tables 2 and 3 may be continuously monitored and predictability verified through the application of SPC, specifically control charts depicting upper and lower limits that conform to the unpopulated and populated backplane's physical and electrical requirements.
They pointed out that RiTdisplay has begun volume production of the 3.5-inch displays, which adopt Himax Technologies Inc.'s drive ICs and a-Si backplane the company co-developed with an undisclosed display-panel maker in Taiwan.
Kitron will, under the deal, manufacture, test, maintain and repair the integrated backplane assembly (IBA) in the F-35 fighter jet, also known as Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) built by Lockheed Martin.
* Availability with either a 3U cPCI backplane or a single-width MicroTCA backplane.
The universal active matrix backplane technology is compatible with liquid crystal display, organic light-emitting diode, and electronic paper display standards.
The high-speed ATCA backplane offers up to triple the performance of traditional versions at a reduced cost by using Z-plane Links, which carry high-speed signals with long traces via a small PCB board that plugs directly into the rear of the backplane.
Compared to conventional technology, this novel backplane transceiver circuit would require only one-fourth (1/4) the power consumption and just half the area, to act as transmission conduits to enable 4-channel 10Gbps transmission in backplanes.