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I believe my design should safely handle the clock domain issue. The best way to handle this is to never have more than one clock go into a module unless the module’s only function is to synchronize between domains, which should be the case here. Let’s start with the HCS II control interface. It must accept the read and write strobes, the 0x0E000 strobe that used to enable the IND54 extended I/O buffer board (I appropriated that address range for the FPGA), data, and the lower eight address bits.
The simplest and oldest them; usually, it’s memory mapped to The purpose of the bus monitor is one—the word controller—transfers an external microcomputer bus while to listen to the chatter on the bus. one word at a time. It’s primitive, and sharing its memory. It unloads the The only difference between the bus you would be hard pressed to find one microprocessor of all communications monitor and a remote terminal is that chores, merely accepting from and placing on the internal data bus the 1-MHz communicated data.
Frame conbring down a multimiled IC (as you can see in Photo 1). trollers can process severlion-dollar F16. So, two al messages at a time; wire pairs connected they essentially unload the external through two stubs to two monolithic BUS CONTROLLER computer from all communications transceivers (XCVR) in the remote terThe bus controller is in charge of all activities. The bus controller’s archiminal chip. But you must remember of the traffic on the bus. It can be an tecture is not defined by the standard, that the dual redundancy of the data integral part of the mission computer, only its activities, so it’s left up to the bus doesn’t mean the system itself is fire-control computer, and so on.