PCI Express System Architecture
PCI Express System Architecture provides an in-depth description of this technology and provides insights into its new features and implementation requirements. This comprehensive book describes the PCI Express technology using an approach that is as easy to read and reference.
The book is organized so that all relevant issues related to key topics can be found in a single location. For example, the various classes of errors and their causes are included in a signal location for easy reference, rather than being cross-referenced to many locations throughout the book. This book also contains over 450 illustrations that make difficult concepts much easier to grasp. You will find specific information needed for design, verification, and test, as well as background information essential for writing low-level BIOS and device drivers. Topics include:
MindShare's PC System Architecture Series is a crisply written and comprehensive set of guides to the most important PC hardware standards. Books in the series are intended for use by hardware and software designers, programmers, and support personnel. Each title explains the architecture, features, and operations of systems built using one particular type of chip or hardware specification.
About the Authors
MindShare, Inc. (mindshare), is one of the leading technical training companies in the hardware/software industry, providing innovative courses for hundreds of companies including IBM, HP/Compaq, AMD, and Dell.
Tom Shanley, president of MindShare, Inc., is one of the world's foremost authorities on computer system architecture. In the course of his career, he has trained thousands of engineers in hardware and software design.
Don Anderson is the author of many MindShare books. He passes on his wealth of experience in digital electronics and computer design by training engineers, programmers, and technicians for MindShare.
1107 pages; ISBN 9780321156303
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Title: PCI Express System Architecture
Author: Ravi Budruk; Don Anderson; Tom Shanley; Joe Winkles; Inc. MindShare