AT Bus

March 2007
Network Dictionary;2007, p45
Reference Entry
A reference entry for Advanced Technology (AT) bus, in relation to networking, is presented. It refers to a 16-bit bus started with the IBM-Advanced Technology (AT) systems. Most personal computer (PC) expansion cards uses this standard interface. AT bus serves as the main highway for all data moving in and out of the computer.


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