Bus

A bus (s; plural `buses` or `busses`, z, archaically also omnibus, multibus, or autobus) is a road vehicle designed to carry many passengers. Buses can have a capacity as high as 300 passengers. The most common type of bus is the single-decker rigid bus, with larger loads carried by double-decker and articulated buses, and smaller loads carrie...
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A set of wires or tracks that serve as a conduit for electrical signals and distributes them around the layout. Usually a heavy duty pair of cables, to ensure low resistance and a stable voltage around the layout. The bus should be laid with the wires as parallel as possible to each other. Resist the temptation to separate them or take differen...
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Bus

another term for ambulance.
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Bus

- The connection or path between the CPU and the input/output (I/O) devices or the connection between two processors.
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Bus

(1) A collection of wires through which data is transmitted from one part of a computer to another. You can think of a bus as a highway on which data travels within a computer. When used in reference to personal computers, the term bus usually refers to internal bus. This is a bus that connects all the internal computer components to the CPU and ma...
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Bus

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Internal interface for data transfer between individual system components such as microprocessor, memory, etc.
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(from the article `Compaq Computer Corporation`) In 1987 IBM, under intense pressure in the fast-growing personal computer market, introduced a new computer, the PS/2, with a bus that was ... Various standards for connecting peripherals to computers exist. For example, integrated drive electronics (IDE) and enhanced integrated drive ......
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(from the article `rocket and missile system`) ...the capacity to maneuver before releasing the warheads, and maneuvering was provided by a structure in the front end of the missile called the ...
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[n] - a car that is old and unreliable 2. [n] - a vehicle carrying many passengers 3. [v] - send or move around by bus 4. [v] - ride in a bus 5. [v] - remove used dishes from the table, in restaurants
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Bus

• (n.) An omnibus.
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• Part of a spacecraft`s payload which provides a platform for experiments or contains one or more atmospheric entry probes. • A main circuit or conductor path for the transfer of electrical power or, in the case of computers, information.
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bus

noun a car that is old and unreliable; `the fenders had fallen off that old bus`
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autobus noun a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; `he always rode the bus to work`
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(computing) In computing, the electrical pathway through which a computer processor communicates with some of its parts and/or peripherals. Physically, a bus is a set of parallel tracks that can carry digital signals; it may t...
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Bus

(electrical) An electrical conductor that serves as a common connection for two or more electrical circuits; may be in the form of rigid bars or stranded conductors or cables.
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Bus

[computing] In computer architecture, a bus (from the Latin omnibus, meaning `for all`) is a communication system that transfers data between components inside a computer, or between computers. This expression covers all related hardware components (wire, optical fiber, etc.) and software, including communication protocols. Early computer b...
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[RATP] The RATP operates the majority of buses in Paris and a significant number of lines in its suburbs. Other suburban lines are operated by private operators grouped in a consortium known as Optile (Organisation professionnelle des transports d`Île-de-France). There are approximately 4,000 rows of all bus companies serving the Ile de Fr...
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Bus

India Enough
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Bus

Bus noun [ Abbreviated from omni bus .] An omnibus. [ Colloq.]
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A bus is a grouping of wires that allow the flow of data from one area of the computer to another. I
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Bus

A comet in our solar system with an orbital period of 6.52years. More data in TABLE 14. NOTABLE PERIODIC COMETS
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A conductor, which may be a solid bar or pipe, normally made of aluminum or copper, used to connect one or more circuits to a common interface. An example would be the bus used to connect a substation transformer to the outgoing circuits.
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BUS

A generic term to describe the physical connection between a set of electronic components.
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Bus

A major part of the structural subsystem of a spacecraft which provides a place to attach components internally and externally, and to house delicate modules requiring a measure of thermal and mechanical stability. The bus also establishes the basic geometry of the spacecraft.
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Bus

A mixing network that combines the output of two or more channels. (Electronics)
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