USING AN INSERTED INTERPOSER BETWEEN DYNAMIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (DRAM) TO MONITOR A BUS
Publication Date: 2001-Apr-05
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Computer systems commonly use busses to transfer data between devices that include processors, storage devices and input/output (I/O) devices. Many of such busses use one or more data lines, which are electrical conductors on which signals are used to transfer data in concert with a clock signal and/or one or more control signals. Binary busses make use of signals that transition between a high and a low voltage level, indicating a binary one or zero value for purposes of transferring information. In the case of binary busses, only one device connected thereto is able to transmit data at any given time.