Chapter 28 Summary: Bus Protocols
A number of bus protocols are used for the design of logic products, but the most common bus protocol in the world is the PCI bus. This bus protocol is used in virtually all personal computers made with microprocessors from Intel and AMD. But other bus protocols such as GTL, BTL and LVDS are also in widespread usage. Chapter 28 explains the differences between these bus protocols as well as their similarities, and readers will understand why certain protocols work better at low speeds vs. fast speeds.
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