AT bus - traduzione in Inglese
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16-BIT INTERNAL BUS OF IBM PC/AT
AT bus architecture; XT bus architecture; Industry standard architecture; ISA bus; PC-AT bus; AT Bus; ISA slot; XT interface; XT bus; AT bus; ISA card; Industry Standard(s) Architecture; ISA port; ISA backplane bus
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  • 16-bit ISA}}: [[Ethernet]] 10Base-5/2 NIC
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AT bus         
Canale AT, canale di espansione di 16 bit che si trova in molti PC (inform.)
address bus         
  • conventional PCI]] bus card slot (very bottom)
SYSTEM THAT TRANSFERS DATA BETWEEN COMPONENTS WITHIN A COMPUTER
Data bus; Address bus; Computer buses; Memory bus; Bus (computer); I/O bus; Internal bus; 100MHz bus; 133MHz bus; Asynchronous bus; Synchronous bus; PC bus; Hardware bus; External data bus; Computer bus; RAM bus; External bus; Cache bus; Digital bus; Computer/bus; Interconnect (computing); Data buses; Draft:Data Bus; Data highway; Address line; Motherboard bus; Processor bus
bus indirizzi
data bus         
  • conventional PCI]] bus card slot (very bottom)
SYSTEM THAT TRANSFERS DATA BETWEEN COMPONENTS WITHIN A COMPUTER
Data bus; Address bus; Computer buses; Memory bus; Bus (computer); I/O bus; Internal bus; 100MHz bus; 133MHz bus; Asynchronous bus; Synchronous bus; PC bus; Hardware bus; External data bus; Computer bus; RAM bus; External bus; Cache bus; Digital bus; Computer/bus; Interconnect (computing); Data buses; Draft:Data Bus; Data highway; Address line; Motherboard bus; Processor bus
Canale di dati (collegamento fra l"elaboratore centrale e la memoria)

Wikipedia

Industry Standard Architecture

Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) is the 16-bit internal bus of IBM PC/AT and similar computers based on the Intel 80286 and its immediate successors during the 1980s. The bus was (largely) backward compatible with the 8-bit bus of the 8088-based IBM PC, including the IBM PC/XT as well as IBM PC compatibles.

Originally referred to as the PC bus (8-bit) or AT bus (16-bit), it was also termed I/O Channel by IBM. The ISA term was coined as a retronym by IBM PC clone manufacturers in the late 1980s or early 1990s as a reaction to IBM attempts to replace the AT-bus with its new and incompatible Micro Channel architecture.

The 16-bit ISA bus was also used with 32-bit processors for several years. An attempt to extend it to 32 bits, called Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA), was not very successful, however. Later buses such as VESA Local Bus and PCI were used instead, often along with ISA slots on the same mainboard. Derivatives of the AT bus structure were and still are used in ATA/IDE, the PCMCIA standard, CompactFlash, the PC/104 bus, and internally within Super I/O chips.

Even though ISA disappeared from consumer desktops many years ago, it is still used in industrial PCs, where certain specialized expansion cards that never transitioned to PCI and PCI Express are used.

Esempi di pronuncia per AT bus
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Esempi dal corpus di testo per AT bus
1. Both women were at bus stops when they were attacked.
2. Tuesday Baghdad 1' people killed in attack at bus garage.
3. Frustrated commuters and travelers formed long lines at bus stops and train stations across the country.
4. "This organization is very, very good at subway car maintenance; it‘s very good at bus maintenance.
5. It‘s mostly African American. . . . You see people waiting at bus stops in the bitter cold.