Synonyms for picmg or Related words with picmg

advancedtca              atca              compactpci              microtca              tgah              xenpak              versamodule              cpci              aisg              nwg              pigmg              futurebus              pcimg              pxie              cebus              nvmhci              pmbus              spwg              canopen              roothub              sercos              compacttca              wigig              khronos              implementers              aingr              pcisig              wirelesshd              usnap              eurocard              xlaui              epcglobal              homeplug              lonworks              spacewire              caui              onvif              odva              uscar              aiag              jpca              cardbus              cablehome              devicenet              ipmi              nessi              ehedg              coreconnect              jeida              vmebus             

Examples of "picmg"
PICMG 2.2 is a specification by PICMG that standardizes pin assignments for PICMG 2.0 CompactPCI to include VME64 Extensions.
PICMG 1.1 is a PICMG specification that defines how PCI to PCI bridging is accomplished in PICMG 1.0 systems.
CompactPCI was initially ratified as PICMG 2.0 in late 1995 as a passive backplane for PCI signaling. The 2.x series of specifications from PICMG provide support for a variety of technologies including Hot Swap (PICMG 2.1), Telephony signaling (PICMG 2.5) and most notably the expansion of the architecture to include switched Ethernet (PICMG 2.16).
1994: Became founding member of PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) and wrote the PICMG 1.3 specification.
PICMG 2.15 is a specification by PICMG that defines specialized telecom interfaces for PMC cards. Later, PICMG 2.15 was revised via ECN001 to add enhanced TDM capacities by extending the TDM (H.110) bandwidth and adding Ethernet links.
HPM.1 is Hardware Platform Management IPM Controller Firmware Upgrade Specification of PICMG. This specification describes firmware upgrade procedure into PICMG IPM Controllers (Not PICMG 3.0 Shelf Management Controller (ShMC)), as specified in the
PICMG 1.2 is a specification by PICMG that standardizes both mechanical and electrical interfaces to support a standard form factor PCI computer system. PICMG 1.2 defines a single board computer in a passive backplane architecture with either two PCI/PCI-X busses or a single PCI/PCI-X bus. It is similar to PICMG 1.0 but removes the ISA bus.
PICMG 2.11 is a specification by PICMG that defines the electrical and mechanical requirements relating to plug-in power modules in CompactPCI systems.
These groups represent standing committees which may result in new subsidiary specification, revisions to existing specification, reference materials for future PICMG committees or new PICMG specifications.
A single-board computer meeting the PICMG 1.3 specification and compatible with a PICMG 1.3 backplane is referred to as a system host board.
The COM Express specification is hosted by PICMG. It is not freely available but may be purchased from the PICMG website.
PICMG 1.3 is a PICMG specification which is commonly referred to as SHB Express. SHB Express is a modernization of PICMG 1.0 single board computer specification. SHB Express, or System Host Board – Express, uses the same physical form factor as PICMG 1.0 boards. The board-to-backplane interfaces are PCI Express instead of PCI and ISA, although the use of PCI remains as an option.
CompactPCI PlusIO was officially adopted by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group PICMG as PICMG 2.30 CompactPCI PlusIO in November 2009. Being 100% compatible with CompactPCI, PICMG 2.30 defines a migration path to the future CompactPCI Serial standard. It defines a fixed rear I/O pin assignment that focuses on modern, fast serial point-to-point connections.
System Host Board is a term applied to a single-board computer meeting the PICMG 1.3 specification. PICMG 1.3 extended the previous PICMG specifications to continue support for PCI/PCI-X expansion cards as well as new support for PCI Express.
PICMG 2.3 is a specification by PICMG that standardizes user IO pin mappings from IEEE 1386 PMC sites to CompactPCI's J3/P3, J4/P4, and J5/P5 connections on a CompactPCI backplane
PICMG 2.14 is a specification by PICMG (PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group) that defines a packet-based communications between heterogeneous PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) agents (multi-computing) within the CompactPCI (3U or 6U Eurocard-based industrial computer) system architecture.
PICMG 2.4 is a specification by PICMG that standardizes user IO pin mappings from ANSI/VITA standard IP sites to J3/P3, J4/P4, and J5/P5 on a CompactPCI backplane.
PICMG 2.5 is a specification by PICMG that standardizes the utilization of CompactPCI user definable pins for the computer telephony functions of standard TDM bus, telephony rear IO, 48 VDC and ringing distribution in a 6U chassis environment.
ADLINK Chief Technical Officer Jeff Munch is Chair of the PICMG 3.0 (AdvancedTCA) Technical Subcommittee and PICMG COM Express Design Guide Subcommittee. ADLINK is an Associate Member of the Intel Communications Alliance.
The mechanical specification of PICMG CPCI-S.0 CompactPCI Serial is 100% compliant with PICMG 2.0 CompactPCI except for its new backplane connectors. Since the two standards have a different topology, there is no direct "bus compatibility". For this reason, PICMG has also created an extension to CompactPCI: PICMG 2.30 CompactPCI PlusIO. This standard is intended as a migration path from CompactPCI to CompactPCI Serial. It is 100% compatible with CompactPCI but includes a fixed definition of fast serial I/O interfaces at its backplane J2 connector. Also, it has a new J2 connector that is compatible but supports higher data rates compared to CompactPCI.