PCI Express sets new high-speed interface standard

Moore, Steve; Youman, Chris
May 2004
Vision Systems Design;May2004, Vol. 9 Issue 5, pD7
Discusses the high-speed interface standard set by PCI Express. Purpose of PCI-to-PCI bridges; Advances in image-sensing technology; Advantages of PCI-to-PCI bridges.


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