Fb2 Inside PC Interfacing ePub
by Michael Predko
|Category:||Hardware and DIY|
|Subcategory:||Technologies and Computers|
|Publisher:||McGraw Hill Higher Education; Illustrated edition edition (August 30, 1999)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1543 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1953 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf mobi doc txt|
When the PC was first introduced, it was a simple device that allowed easy development of customized hardware and hardware interfaces.
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Interface your PC via ports, busses, controllers - the works.
It provides coverage of all PC interface methods including Parallel Port, Serial Port (RS-232), I/O busses (ISA, PCI, IDE and SCSI) and the new USB.
When the PC was first introduced, it was a simple device that allowed easy development of customized hardware and hardware interfaces. It provides coverage of all PC interface methods including Parallel Port, Serial Port (RS-232), I/O busses (ISA, PCI, IDE and SCSI) and the new USB.
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Building your expertise from the ground up, Myke Predko's PC P. : Inside PC Interfacing shows you how to work with memory and I/O space mapping, parallel ports, serial ports (RS-232), expansion busses (ISA, MCA, EISA, and PCI), disk busses (IDE, EIDE and SCSI), the joystick interface and the new USB.
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