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I2C Bus Controller
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6/26/2003   Post a comment
A new parallel to serial interface I2C bus controller introduced by Royal Philips Electronics operates at 400 kHz and at voltages of 3.3V to 2.5 V. Designated PCA9564 it is optimized for interfacing microprocessors (MPUs), microcontrollers (MCUs) and DSPs with multiple I2C devices or SMBus components.
Boards Roll for Embedded PCI-X
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6/16/2003   Post a comment
The quest for higher performance in embedded applications is pushing systems manufacturers to search for a successor to the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group's (PICMG's) venerable 1.0 architecture. Vendors in growing numbers are addressing that need with the rollout of single-board computers based on PICMG's new embedded PCI-X specification.

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