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Tech/Engineering - Computers: Hardware
Additional field(s): Computers: Systems, Networks, Electronics / Elect Eng, Computers (general)
|English term or phrase: backplane|
|Definition from Javvin Technologies, Inc.:|
Backplane is the physical interface module in many network devices such as a route or a switch that connects between an interface processor or card and the data buses and the power distribution buses inside a chassis.
- Backplanes are normally used in preference to cables because of their greater reliability. In a cabled system, the cables need to be flexed every time that a card is added to or removed from the system; and this flexing eventually causes mechanical failures. A backplane does not suffer from this problem, so its service life is limited only by the longevity of its connectors. Wikipedia
- If an FC-AL backplane filler panel is installed, remove the three Phillips screws securing the filler panel to the backplane and remove the filler panel from the system. Sun Microsystems, Inc.
- If you are using a standard AT power supply and want 3.3V on the backplane, you can specify the on-backplane 3.3V power supply option. embedded-pc.microbus.com
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Una "Backplane" e' un circuito stampato popolato da connettori che viene utilizzato nelle apparecchiature elettroniche professionali contenute in armadi metallici per interconnettere schede elettroniche inserite in appositi "cassetti" predisposti allo scopo. Tali schede presentano nella parte posteriore dei connettori standard che si collegano ai corrispondenti connettori presenti sulla backplane, che provvedono a distribuire i segnali e le alimentazioni alle altre schede dell'armadio stesso. Il termine "backplane" si deve al fatto che la scheda ("plane") e' posizionata sul retro ("back") dell'armadio. I segnali che passano sulle backplane sono tipicamente dei "bus". I vantaggi della backplane rispetto ai cavi sono molteplici: affidabilita' e robustezza, semplicita' di montaggio, possibilita' di schermare i segnali e controllarne l'impedenza in modo da consentire il passaggio di segnali di elevata frequenza.
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