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Fundamentals of PCI and Compact PCI
Embedded Systems Training Overview

PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) has emerged as the dominant mechanism for inter-connecting the elements of modern, high-performance computer systems. It is a well-thought-out standard with a number of forward-looking features that should keep it relevant well into the next century. In the form of CompactPCI, it is having a major impact in the rapidly growing telecommunications market.

A maximum theoretical transfer rate of 528 Mb per second, along with advanced features like Plug & Play configurability and Hot Swap distinguish the PCI from most of its predecessors. Yet these very features that provide added value to end users lead to added headaches for product designers. Plug & Play makes PCI design as much a software problem as a hardware problem.

This class looks at the fundamentals of PCI--both hardware and software--from a practical, results-oriented point of view. It provides the tools you need to make informed decisions on interconnect-related issues. Whether you design hardware or software, if you're involved in product development for PCs, workstations or industrial computing, you need to know about PCI.

Embedded Systems Training Course outline

  • Brief history of computer bus evolution
  • Introducing the PCI bus
  • Bus protocol
  • Electrical/mechanical issues
  • Advanced features
  • Scalability--Overcoming electrical limitations
  • Configuration (Plug & Play)
  • Performance issues
  • CompactPCI
  • Hot Swap
  • Development tools and commercial silicon

 
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