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Instead, the keyboard switches were digitally scanned, and control signals sent over a computer backplane where they were inputs to the computer processor, which would then route the signals to the synthesis modules, which were output devices on the backplane.
However, as those models ' stock cases would not accept the company's large existing inventory of Zephyrus ISA demodulator cards, only their motherboards were used, in custom-designed cases with riser card and backplane modifications.
In a backplane design such as the Amiga 2000, connecting the / CFGOUT of one slot directly to the / CFGIN of the next would create the problem that an unoccupied slot would break the configuration chain.

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This allowed a new device to be added easily, generally only requiring plugging a hardware interface board into the backplane, and then installing software that read and wrote to the mapped memory to control it.
In addition to its dedicated I / O bus structure, the Nova backplane had wire wrap pins that could be used for non-standard connectors or other special purposes.
The backplane connectors had square pins that could be connected to by wrapping wires around them.
The 400 series included 4 expansion slots ( although a 2 slot backplane could be added to the 300 series as an official upgrade, and third parties produced their own 4 slot backplanes ) and an ST506 controller for an internal hard drive.
The expansion card ( also expansion board, adapter card or accessory card ) in computing is a printed circuit board that can be inserted into an expansion slot of a computer motherboard or backplane to add functionality to a computer system via the expansion bus.
19 or more expansion cards can be installed in backplane systems.
Top-emitting OLEDs are better suited for active-matrix applications as they can be more easily integrated with a non-transparent transistor backplane.
; Inverted OLED: In contrast to a conventional OLED, in which the anode is placed on the substrate, an Inverted OLED uses a bottom cathode that can be connected to the drain end of an n-channel TFT especially for the low cost amorphous silicon TFT backplane useful in the manufacturing of AMOLED displays.
MIDI information could be used on the backplane that linked the elements of the workstation together, connecting the input devices to the synthesizers, or it could be sent to another device or received from another device.
To solve this, the backplane ORs the / CFGIN and / CFGOUT signals to form the / CFGIN for the next slot (/ CFGOUT is pulled low if undriven ), which allows empty slots to be bypassed.
One drawback of reflected-wave switching is that each pulse may need to travel twice the length of the backplane ( one complete journey for the incident wave, and another for the reflected wave ), so a delay must be maintained between adjacent pulses to allow for the travel time.
A backplane reflector of small wires can just be seen left of center, most clearly at the bottom of the image.
VAXBI cards mounted into backplanes using a ZIF connector ; depending on the backplane design, cards could be loaded from the top or the front side of the backplane.
Zone-2 is called " Fabric Agnostic " which means that any Fabric that can use 100 Ω differential signals can be used with an AdvancedTCA backplane.
The Fabric Interface on the backplane supports many different Fabrics and can be wired as a Dual-Star, Dual-Dual-Star, Mesh, Replicated-Mesh or other architectures.
Any Fabric that can use the point-to-point 100 Ω differential signals can be used with an AdvancedTCA backplane.
The AdvancedTCA definition alone defines a Fabric agnostic chassis backplane that can be used with any of the Fabrics defined in the following specifications:
Interfaces for mass storages as disk, drum, magtape, etc., were built with one interface card to be plugged at the appropriate place in the bus system, the remaining control cards ( 6-7 ) were placed in one of the backplane modules.

backplane and mounted
* HSC high end CI disk controllers used backplane mounted J11 and F11 processor cards to run their CHRONIC operating system.
Each SLT module had a socket on one edge that plugged into pins on the computer's backplane ( the exact reverse of how most other company's modules were mounted ).
The system comprised four Eurocard-sized printed circuit boards mounted in a 19 inch subrack frame on an 8-slot backplane, plus a ( separately supplied ) additional external keyboard.
Inside the unit, there is a backplane board mounted to the bottom of the case, that provides six interface slots that have the same number of pins and bus design as NuBus connectors.

backplane and chassis
1981 ) defined a computer interface which included implementation of a board-level computer installed in a chassis backplane with multiple slots for pluggable boards to provide I / O, memory, or additional computing.
A group of boards are plugged into a chassis, or " crate ", that provides physical support, power and cooling for the boards and backplane.

backplane and oriented
The 600 was approximately twice as tall as a 400, and was oriented with the tape and floppy disk drives opposite the backplane ( instead of at a right angle to it as on the 3xx, 4xx and later 500 models ).

backplane and front
The ADC, TDC and other digital electronics are typically large circuit boards with connectors at the front edge that provide input and output for digital signals, and a connector at the back that plugs into a backplane.

backplane and back
At the " back " of each card is one or more connectors, which plug into mating connectors on a backplane which closes the rear of the subrack.

backplane and plug-in
A backplane uses plug-in cards for storage and processing.
When a backplane is used with a plug-in single board computer ( SBC ) or system host board ( SHB ), the combination provides the same functionality as a motherboard, providing processing power, memory, I / O and slots for plug-in cards.

backplane and SBC
However, backplane architecture is somewhat unrelated to the SBC technology plugged into it.
Thus, a PICMG backplane can provide any number and any mix of ISA, PCI, PCI-X, and PCI-e slots, limited only by the ability of the SBC to interface to and drive those slots.
For example, an SBC with the latest i7 processor could interface with a backplane providing up to 19 ISA slots to drive legacy I / O cards.

backplane and cards
Plus a " backplane card ", ( which connected all the other cards ) and a keyboard.
Early personal computers like the Apple II and the IBM PC integrated an internal backplane for expansion cards.
While a motherboard may include a backplane for the addition of feature cards, a backplane can stand alone as a separate entity.
The backplane was split into four separate cards, with the CPU on a fifth.
The 1616 shared this backplane with a platform developed by Andrew Morton for Keno Computer Systems, allowing the 1616 to use expansion boards developed for the Keno Computer Systems platform ( primarily the 34010 graphics coprocessor ), although the form-factor was different, which left the KCS cards sticking out of the top of the 1616 case!
No cable connections were permitted on the cards ; all connections were made via three uncommitted rows of backplane connectors.
Similarly, no configuration jumpers were permitted on the cards ; all setup was done by jumpers inserted on the backplane connectors or via software configuration.
Many DAQ solutions involve the use of DAQ modules, which are cards that plug into a backplane.
However PXI modules that have implemented the J2 backplane connector require minor factory modification by the instrument vendor to allow operation in the PXI Express hybrid slot ( the majority of PXI cards implement J2 ).
A MXI link consist of a PXI card and a PCI / CompactPCI card that provides a PC with direct control over the PXI backplane and connected cards.

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