Bustronic offers family of VME320 backplanes

Designers at Bustronic Corp. in Fremont, Calif., are offering a new family of off-the-shelf VME320/64x backplanes in 21, 15, 12, 9, and 7 slots. These backplanes support the VME320 protocols that move data between circuit cards as fast as 320 megabytes per second. Bustronic`s new backplanes feature reflectionless data transfer and 160-pin DIN connectors. VME320 represents a new VMEbus data protocol for high-throughput applications such as radar and sonar processing, as well as telephony and tele

Designers at Bustronic Corp. in Fremont, Calif., are offering a new family of off-the-shelf VME320/64x backplanes in 21, 15, 12, 9, and 7 slots. These backplanes support the VME320 protocols that move data between circuit cards as fast as 320 megabytes per second. Bustronic`s new backplanes feature reflectionless data transfer and 160-pin DIN connectors. VME320 represents a new VMEbus data protocol for high-throughput applications such as radar and sonar processing, as well as telephony and telecommunications. For more information, contact Donn Dickeman of Bustronic by phone at 510-490-7388, by fax at 510-490-1853, or by e-mail at ddickeman@bustronic.com. - J.K.

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