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Getting Your Hands Dirty

  • James D. Lyle


For those considering the design of a product which uses the SBus, eventually it comes time to actually design, build, and test it. This chapter’s aim is to help make that effort as successful as possible. First, inter-operability issues that must be considered early in the design are presented. Then a checklist and some guidelines are provided; the former for use when reviewing a design for completeness, and the latter for use when preparing to apply power to the prototype for the first time. The final section, though, may be the most useful. It provides troubleshooting clues which may prove helpful in isolating and correcting problems that appear when trying out the new design.


Print Circuit Board Serial Port Error Acknowledgment Floppy Disk Virtual Address 
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© Springer-Verlag New York, Inc. 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • James D. Lyle
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  1. 1.Troubador TechnologiesSanta ClaraUSA

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