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Telecom hardware needs hot swap
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5/8/2000   Post a comment
Computer platforms intended for telecommunications and mission-critical use require very high availability (HA) and reliability.
Bridge chips can extend the PCI bus
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The PCI specification keeps the PCI bus on a tight leash, physically and logically. There are well-defined physical limits to how far the bus can go, as well as the standard logical limit of being able to load only eight devices on a 33-MHz bus, and even fewer on a 66-MHz bus.
VMEbus advances aim at high data rates
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5/8/2000   Post a comment
In the eyes of many, CompactPCI was seen as the heir apparent to VMEbus for applications that place a premium on high availability, such as telecommunications.
Telecom vendors feel competitive squeeze
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The same trends that propelled PC-based bus architecture from the desktop into embedded-system designs are now rocking the telecommunications industry.
Op amps: the 10,000-foot view
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
Though semiconductor makers keep tweaking the specs, op amp selection still requires some tradeoffs. Here is a personal view on some trends to watch.
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