Handshake control of data transfer - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Handshake control of data transfer during an input operation:

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. Handshake control of data transfer during an output operation

o   Interface to CPU and Memory

o   Interface to 1 or more peripherals

o   Input/output Module

 

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