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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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org compliant mezzanine board for the camera module will be available, allowing users to quickly and easily start and test their system setup.
The mezzanine board supports all connections to the UUT via two 78-pin D-sub connectors.
The mezzanine board provides all connections to the unit under test (UUT) via two 78 pin D-sub connectors.
Available initially in 3U and 6U, 160 mm and 6U, 220 mm and 280 mm boards in single and double sided square pad and stripline formats, and as a square pad PTH board, the new units feature a cutout at one or both ends to accommodate a mezzanine board that is pre-configured to accept Min D and USB connectors.
0 mm, Mezza-pede connectors are suitable for mezzanine board applications where z-axis space is a constraint.
For maximum flexibility in creating processing platforms to be used for different applications, the input communications functions are often implemented on a separate, specialized board, such as a mezzanine board.
A mezzanine board incorporates a clock distribution circuit allocating in-phase, anti-phase, or quadrature clocks to support interleaved sampling rates at up to 2 GS/s.
The single slot V7768 can also be expanded via the PMC237 mezzanine board to provide legacy PMC functionality.
The IP-PBX voice-enabled mezzanine board and the Intel CAP reference design will be on display in Legerity's booth (#229) at Spring 2007 VON in San Jose, CA, March 19-22.
The QsTenG TG201 1U features 12 ports on the base board and 12 ports on a mezzanine board, a single power supply, front to back airflow and reversible rack mounting.
The TriCore-based platform will be enhanced with a Java Mezzanine Board that includes Nazomi's JA108 chip as a dedicated co-processor to execute Java bytecode instructions quickly and power-efficiently, accelerating Java software execution by up to 200X depending on application, and a development version of a Nazomi-adapted Java Virtual Machine (JVM).