By Jack Ganssle, Michael Barr
This technical dictionary defines the 2,500 most-used phrases within the embedded structures box, with over 4,500 entries and cross-references. Designed to serve either the technical and non-technical viewers, this ebook defines complicated phrases in steps. The fi This dictionary defines the 2,500 most-used phrases within the embedded platforms box, with a basic, contextual definition for much less technical readers, and an in-depth definition for severe technical readers.
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BGA packages have no pins per se; instead, all connections go to half-round balls on the bottom of the package. Hot air solders these balls to the The underside of a circuit board. The advantage BGA part packing 357 of BGA packaging is very connections into a short wire lengths, giving square inch of surface much better high-speed area. response. The BGA package also makes it possible to bring many hundreds of pins to the circuit board in a small-form factor. bandpass filter n. A circuit that blocks all frequencies except those in a specified range.
Bus 1. n. A set of electrical signals with a group function. For example, the data bus is a set of n pins used by a processor to read and write n-bit data values or opcodes from a memory device. See also address bus, data bus. USAGE: Pluralization of this term is difficult. The options are buses and busses, both of which are acceptable by the standards of the English language. However, buses is preferable to us and already more popular within the computer community. 2. n. A vehicle you don’t want the lone guru to get hit by.
Boot ROM n. A ROM that stores the code that executes each time a system boots. boot-block flash n. A flash memory device that has at least one sector (or block) that can be hardware locked to ensure it is never reprogrammed. The bootloader, if present, would normally be kept in the boot block. bootable adj. Describes an executable that can start a system. boundary condition bootloader n. A small program stored in ROM and responsible for initializing the hardware to a known initial state and making it possible to download application software to the system to be run.