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daughterboard

(ˈdɔːtəbɔːd)
n
(Computer Science) a small circuit board that can be attached to the motherboard of a computer
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daughterboard

[ˈdɔːtəˌbɔːd] N (Comput) → placa f hija

daughterboard

n (Comput) → Zusatzplatine f
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For use in daughterboards in USB Type C applications.
The baseboard can accept two daughterboards that add functionality like arbitrary waveform generation, digitizing, digital I/O, analog filtering, and more.
Single evaluation boards provide specific application solutions, while the evaluation kits use combinations of evaluation boards, daughterboards, and all of the other necessary components required to meet the needs of designers.
Daughterboards can be AWGs, digitizers, digital FPGA-based I/O modules, filter modules, or customer-specific functions.
Users supply bridge completion resistors, and place them on small daughterboards.
Other features include internal temperature compensation over an extended industrial temperature range and an optional ceramic vertical-mount package that uniquely enables three-axis sensing on a single PCB without daughterboards.
Up to five additional REMORA daughterboards can be mounted in empty slot positions beside the A200 assembly connected to the A200 by a backplane bus connector.
The RIU-1000's standard configuration consists of a motherboard and two daughterboards, making the system easily adaptable to changing customer requirements.
The CAT family provides a single slot solution to a wide range of demanding graphics and image processing applications providing exceptional graphics performance with a flexible expandable design that allows a number of display and I/O daughterboards to be used.
It includes up to four motherboards, populated with FlexPlug daughterboards, enabling designers to rapidly integrate a wide range of functionalities (large FPGAs, processors, analog interfaces, multi-port memories) as they evaluate their new systems.