PC104P-HPDI32ALT February 1, 2015 General Standards Corporation — No Comments The PC104P-HPDI32ALT board is a flexible bi-directional 32-bit digital I/ O board that transmits and receives data from 20 Mbytes (TTL I/ O) to 200 Mbytes (LVDS) per second. The board is useful as a general-purpose DMA interface to a variety of external peripherals. The DMA engine is capable of transferring data to/ from Host memory using D32 block transfers, while the FIFO memory (up to One Mbyte of total FIFO) provides continuous transmission of data without interrupting the DMA transfers or requiring intervention from the Host CPU. The board has 7 bi-directional programmable handshake lines and eight preconfigured software selectable interface protocols to allow easy interfacing to most digital I/ O peripherals. This product currently consists of a PMC64-HPDI32ALT on a PC104+ to PMC adapter. About General Standards Corporation General Standards Corporation develops and manufactures the highest-performance Analog, Digital, and Serial I/O products based upon a variety of buses such as PMC, PCI, PC104Plus, VME, and cPCI. We have an extensive product line which includes I/ O boards, cables, and software drivers. One of the benefits of being a General Standards Corporation customer is the many choices available for board form factor, bus, and board type to free drivers and loaner boards. This stems from our broad base of experience designing custom IO boards for many different applications across multiple industries. We have brought this experience to the PC/104-Plus product line. At General Standards Corporation, we are committed to your success. We continuously improve our existing products and deliver innovative new products. We pay close attention to customer needs in an effort to provide the best products in the business. Our claim to fame is our ability to develop custom boards as well as new products quickly and efficiently. We emphasize the use of small development teams with one (or more) persons assigned to each major aspect of the design effort (conceptual design, FPGA design entry, simulation, schematic entry, test code, and documentation). We place a lot of emphasis on making documentation easy to understand; this allows for easier customization and re-use of core designs on variations of a product.