standardized modular high speed digital data acquisition and control system that has a large address field and that can be configured as a single crate system or as a multicrate system in which crates can operate autonomously with multiple processors and also interconnect to transfer data and control and address information throughout the system
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FASTBUS (IEEE 960) is a computer bus standard, originally intended to replace CAMAC in high-speed, large-scale data acquisition. == Description == A FASTBUS system consists of one or more segments. Each segment may be a "crate segment" or a "cable segment". Segments are connected together using a segment interconnect (SI). A crate segment typi...
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Fastbus is a proposed orbital, limited-stop bus service in North-West London. It is proposed to run between Wembley Park station and North Acton station. ==Proposal== The scheme is promoted by the business group Park Royal Partnership and supported by the London Borough of Brent and London Borough of Ealing. Fastbus stops might be located at: with
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