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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

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The motherboard has absorbed yesteryear's daughterboard, leaving a modular USB-C port ripe for the picking.
In particular, the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) equipped with the XCVR2450 daughterboard [45] and a rubber antenna was used as a signal source.
Towards the top left, we see the daughterboard for the USB and audio port.
For example, a reconfigurable computer coupled to a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Radio Frequency (RF) daughterboard can reduce development time and lower costs in comparison to a custom-built PCB approach.
Generation of LTE UE signal for this study was accomplished with the multi-purpose SDR development platform Ettus Research USRP2 device with WBX 50 MHz2200 MHz Rx/Tx daughterboard. This device is connected to the PC by Ethernet cable, so that the parameters of the generated signal can be adjusted on the computer.
The team found that the logic board, the dual graphics cards, and the I/O port board all connect to a single disc-shaped 'daughterboard' and despite few tricky parts, the Mac Pro is relatively easy to dismantle.
He said .that about a quarter of the space was used for power conditioning, which enabled high daughterboard performance such as that of the ProDAQ 3518.
After that, the waveform is converted from digital to analog and transferred to the daughterboard.
Riyahi: Parrot's main solutions are ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) and Modules (a daughterboard containing our ASIC).
FIGURE 1 depicts a differential net routed on a motherboard between pins of an ASIC and a connector (for plugging in a memory daughterboard).
The signal integrity analysis could include the entire backplane; the semiconductor devices, daughterboard paths, connector system, and backplane transmission lines.