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http://www.hardwarecentral.com/

Community and forum providing news, reviews, reports, and editorials on computer hardware.

http://www.vlsibank.com/

Covers many related topics: EDA tools, VHDL, Verilog; fabrication; FPGAs, ASICs, microprocessors, semiconductors, CMOS.

http://www.beyondlogic.org/

Includes detailed information on USP, serial ports (RS-232), parallel ports (SPP/ECP/EPP/IEEE1284) and device drivers.

http://www.ata-atapi.com/

Offers information about ATA and ATAPI devices. Also provides drivers and historical information.

http://www.t13.org/

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.

http://www.bus-net.com/

The online publication for designers and builders of bus/board-based systems.

http://www.pc104.com/

Provides links to many PC/104 embedded computing vendors with descriptions of the company's offerings.

http://www.interfacebus.com/

Containing detailed interface bus standards and engineering design information.

http://www.hardwarebook.info/

Provides circuits, pinouts, cable and adapter descriptions plus other technical information.

http://foldoc.org/

Explains what a bus is and is hyperlinked to additional information.

http://www.sysopt.com/

From SysOpt.com's site.

http://www.karbosguide.com/

An easy-read and illustrated guide to the EIDE, Ultra DMA and AGP interfaces. For teachers, students and self-study.

http://www.t11.org/

Site of TC T11, which standardizes Fibre Channel, HIPPI and IPI interfaces for mass storage peripherals, networks and other high-performance applications.

http://voxel.at/

A simple 2-wire bus that allows micro-controllers and computers to connect to specialized IC's like videotext-decoders and DTMF generators.

http://www.mcc-us.com/

Technical resources and links from MCC Corp.

http://www.uni-mainz.de/

Intelligent Input/Output (I2O) is a hardware specification that describes a model for offloading I/O processing from the CPU. There is no doubt that this is leading to extremely high performance I/O.

http://skipstone.com/

By providing an inexpensive non-proprietary high-speed method of interconnecting digital devices, a truly universal I/O connection has been created, from Skipstones site.

http://www.vxm.com/

The cable connection to complete the digital revolution. Impact overview.

http://www.pwg.org/

Developing printing standards for the IEEE Std. 1394-1995 High Speed Serial Bus. This new interface standard is being used in state of the art audio, video, and computer applications.

http://www.boondog.com/

Complete tutorials on PC interfacing including schematics, photos highlighting construction tips, PCB artwork and source code for programming. Learn how to interface DC and stepper motors, ADC/DAC, keypads, LCDs, and relays.

http://www.mcamafia.de/

IBM Microchannel Enthusiasts Page including his famous QBMCA Microchannel Adapter Identification Software and hundreds of ADFs for IBM MCA-machines.

http://www.pcisig.com/

Unincorporated association of members of the microcomputer industry set up to for the purpose of monitoring and enhancing the development of the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) architecture.

https://www.picmg.org/

The PICMG is a consortium of industrial computer product vendors who collaboratively develop specifications for PCI-based systems and boards for use in industrial and telecommunications computing applications.

http://www.neoseeker.com/

Article including a technology overview, comparison with older buses and considerations of its future prospects.

http://www.eurekatech.com/

Gives an overview of the requirements for PCI Express Compliance testing.

http://www.anandtech.com/

Article covering history of the bus market and an explanation of how the specification works.

http://www.irda.org/

International organization that creates and promotes interoperable, low cost infrared data interconnection standards that support a walk-up, point-to-point user model. The standards support a broad range of appliances, computing and communications devices.

http://www.synchrotech.com/

There are three components required to set up a PCMCIA card. If you follow these general instructions you will have a good chance that installing your new PCMCIA card will be easy and trouble free. From Synchrotech site.

http://www.rs485.com/

For RS485, RS422, RS232 and RS423.

http://www.scsita.org/

Small Computer System Interface, an official industry standard for 12 years. Helps educate OEM's, resellers and IT professionals about SCSI, one of the industry's most widely adopted I/O interfaces. Also helps shape the future of SCSI to ensure performance and compatibility.