Types of bus - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Types of Bus:

Synchronous Bus

  • All devices gain timing information from a common clock line.
  • Each of these intervals constitutes a bus cycle at the time duration which 1 data transfer can take place.

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Synchronous Bus Input Transfer

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Asynchronous Bus

o   The common clock is replaced by 2 timing control lines Slave- ready and Master-ready.

o   Data transfers on the bus are based on the utilization of a handshake among the master and the salve.

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