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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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Each MEG bus architecture has a different rate of adoption depending on the needs of individual application segments.
If a database is created to express a multidimensional data warehouse bus architecture, or a corporate information factory, or anything else, the explanation ofthis connection should exist somewhere.
The platform also now offers a deep content scanner modelling mechanism to allow rapid implementation of deep content inspection for application layer protocols and an Open Service Bus architecture for applying security services to the L7 payload, amongst other enhancements, according to Wedge.
The SQ60 series of isolated semi-regulated DC-DC converters for intermediate bus architecture applications accepts the full Telco input range of 36-75 V and provides a semi-regulated 12 V for point-of-load converters.
The modules are based on the PXI Express bus architecture.
The monitor's video bus architecture and modular slot allow the display to be configured to specific OR video connectivity requirements and dual channel picture-in-picture or picture-by-picture features provide views of images from multiple input signals.
Close examination of PCI signaling technology reveals that the parallel bus architecture of PCI is reaching its performance limits.
It can also be used in a bus architecture, but with one caveat.
Another disadvantage is that when used in a Distributed Power Architecture (DPA) using DC/DC, Intermediate Bus Architecture (IBA), or Point of Load (POL) converters, the system may end up with three or four stages, affecting efficiency and total cost.
The motherboards feature a 32 bit bus architecture, which allows for 802.11 A, B, and G radio styles.
For the past 10 years, the PCI bus architecture has been ubiquitously deployed as a system I/O interconnect technology.
The product is built on The ContentBus, a platform-independent software bus architecture that focuses on uniformly accessing, unifying, managing, and publishing all digital content via multiple channels, such as Web, wireless, and XML.
The Nokia IP740's bus architecture increases the internal bandwidth capacity and maximises traffic throughput The IP740 is also designed for maximum network uptime with hot swappable components and redundant power supply option.
It included upgrading the PLC system and bus architecture at the same time.
The ACCURA PCI modem takes full advantage of the high speed PCI bus architecture commonly found on today's fastest computers and provides high quality voice mail and Class 1 fax.