The VMEbus is a bus standard that was originally developed for use in the European computer market. The name is an abbreviation for "VersaModular Eurocard bus". It is a popular standard for industrial computing applications and is still in use today. The VMEbus was originally developed as a 16-bit bus, but has been extended to 32-bits and 64-bits. It is a parallel bus with a maximum transfer rate of 40 MB/s.
What is VME backplane? A VME backplane is a type of circuit board that provides the electrical and mechanical connection between the various modules in a VME system. The backplane is typically a printed circuit board with a grid of parallel slots that accept the various VME modules. The backplane provides the power and signal connections between the modules, allowing them to communicate with each other. What is a VME module? A VME module is a device that is used to interface with the VMEbus. It is typically a printed circuit board that plugs into a slot in the VME chassis. The module may provide input/output (I/O) functions, memory functions, or a combination of both. Some modules also provide power to the VMEbus. What is VME and VPX? VME is a bus standard that defines the mechanical, electrical, and software interface for a backplane bus. VPX is a bus standard that defines the mechanical, electrical, and software interface for a switched-fabric backplane bus.
What is a VPX chassis?
A VPX chassis is a type of chassis used to house VPX (Versa Module Eurocard) boards. VPX is a type of mezzanine card used in embedded computing systems. VPX chassis are typically used in military, aerospace, and industrial applications where ruggedness and reliability are critical. What is VME controller? A VME controller is a device that is used to control the flow of data between two devices. This can be done via a variety of means, such as a physical connection, a wireless connection, or a software connection.