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  • ATA-ATAPI.com: Offers information about ATA and ATAPI devices. Also provides drivers and historical information.
  • Beyond Logic: Includes detailed information on USP, serial ports (RS-232), parallel ports (SPP/ECP/EPP/IEEE1284) and device drivers.
  • Bus-net: The online publication for designers and builders of bus/board-based systems.
  • Computer Architecture : What is a Bus?: The basic computer bus is explained and information is provided regarding ISA, PCI, MCA, EISA, VESA, and VL-Bus architecture.
  • Free Online Dictionary of Computing: Explains what a bus is and is hyperlinked to additional information.
  • Guide to ATA/ATAPI Documentation: Intended for developers of IDE/ATAPI OS drivers.
  • Keeping Up to Speed With Connectivity: Anna Trett of Oxford Semiconductor looks at where connectivity standards are going and how designers can keep up with the pace of change using proven, economical, bridging solutions.
  • Leroy's Engineering Web Site: Containing detailed interface bus standards and engineering design information.
  • NetPanel: Interface and bus glossary.
  • PC Industry Hot Links: Compiled by A:1 Computers.
  • PC/104 Supplier Link Page: Provides links to many PC/104 embedded computing vendors with descriptions of the company's offerings.
  • Technical Committee T13 AT Attachment: Responsible for all interface standards relating to the popular AT Attachment (ATA) storage interface utilized as the disk drive interface on most personal and mobile computers today.
  • The Hardware Book: Provides circuits, pinouts, cable and adapter descriptions plus other technical information.
  • The I/O Bus: This article covers bus, its history and status, PCI, EISA, MCA, bus mastering, plug and play, and the bleeding edge. From Introduction to PC Hardware.
  • The PC Bus Chart: Different bus types from A:1 Computers.
  • Theregister.co.uk: The fight for an open hardware platform is very real, and the power has swung from the PC leaders to the entertainment industry.

 

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