3 edition of IEEE recommended practice for block transfers in CAMAC systems found in the catalog.
IEEE recommended practice for block transfers in CAMAC systems
American National Standards Institute.
|Other titles||An American national standard., Block transfers in CAMAC systems.|
|Statement||sponsor, Instruments and Detectors Committee of the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society.|
|Series||IEEE Std -- 683-1976.|
|Contributions||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers., IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society. Nuclear Instruments and Detectors Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
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The recommended block-transfer algorithms are discussed, and those given in the basic CAMAC specification are described. These algorithms are well established and are supported by existing hardware. Some new algorithms are then discussed.
Compatibility, hardware design, and software considerations are addressed. Get this from a library. IEEE recommended practice for block transfers in CAMAC systems. [American National Standards Institute.; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.; IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society.
Nuclear Instruments and Detectors Committee.]. A wide variety of block transfer algorithms (or modes) are possible in CAMAC systems. However, a restricted number of such algorithms can satisfy nearly all needs. This document presents recommended algorithms to encourage uniformity in design of CAMAC modules and controllers with resulting increased compatibility.
It should be read in conjunction with, and is supplementary to, IEEE. The recommended block-transfer algorithms are discussed, and those given in the basic CAMAC specification are described.
These algorithms are well established and are supported by existing hardware. Some new algorithms are then discussed. Compatibility, hardware design, and software considerations.
IEEE (R) IEEE Recommended Practice for Block Transfers in CAMAC Systems (Computer Automated Measurement and Control) The recommended block-transfer algorithms are discussed, and those given in the basic CAMAC specification are described.
These algorithms are well established and are supported by existing hardware. New IEEE Standard - Inactive-Reserved. The recommended block-transfer algorithms are discussed, and those given in the basic CAMAC specification are described.
These algorithms are well established and are supported by existing hardware. Some new algorithms are then discussed. IEEE - IEEE Recommended Practice for Block Transfers in CAMAC Systems (Computer Automated Measurement and Control) The recommended block-transfer algorithms are discussed, and those given in the basic CAMAC specification are described.
The block transfers defined in the CAMAC specification are executed with some functional shares with a FASTBUS master module on the FASTBUS cable segment.
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