CardBus system architecture

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Addison-Wesley, 1996 - Computers - 407 pages
A crisply written and comprehensive set of guides to the most important PC hardware standards. Each series title explains from a programmer's perspective the architecture, features, and operation of systems built using one particular type of chip or industry-accepted hardware specification. The series features step-by-step descriptions and instructions and accessible illustrations that enable readers to easily understand difficult hardware topics. Card Bus System Architecture is a working guide to a new hardware standard.

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About This Book
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Overview
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16Bit PC Cards A Review
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Copyright

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Ravi Budruk is a senior staff engineer and instructor with MindShare, Inc., where he has trained hundreds of engineers. He is an industry expert on such topics as Intel Processor and PC architecture, as well as such bus architectures as PCI Express, PCI, PCI-X, HyperTransport, IEEE 1394, and ISA. Before working at MindShare, Mr. Budruk was a PC chipset architect and designer at VLSI Technology, Inc.

Don Anderson is the author of many MindShare books. He passes on his wealth of experience in digital electronics and computer design by training engineers, programmers, and technicians for MindShare. Tom Shanley, president of MindShare, Inc., is one of the world's foremost authorities on computer system architecture. In the course of his career, he has trained thousands of engineers in hardware and software design.

MindShare, Inc. is one of the leading technical training companies in the hardware industry, providing innovative courses for dozens of companies, including Intel, IBM, and Compaq.
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Shanley is one of the world's foremost authorities on PC system architecture and has personally trained thousands of engineers in hardware and software design.

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