Superseded Standard

IEEE 960/1177-1989

IEEE Standard FASTBUS Modular High-Speed Data Acquisition and Control System and IEEE FASTBUS Standard Routines

In IEEE Std 960-1989, IEEE Standard FASTBUS Modular High-speed Data Acquisition and Control System, mechanical, signal, electrical, and protocol specifications are given for a modular data bus system, which, while allowing equipment designers a wide choice of solutions, ensure compatibility of all designs that obey the mandatory parts of the specification. This standard applies to systems consisting of modular electronic instrument units that process or transfer data or signals, normally in association with computers or other automatic data processors. IEEE Std 1177-1989, ZEEE FASTBUS Standard Routines, defines standard software routines for use with the system defined in IEEE Std 960-1989.

Sponsor Committee
NPS/NI&D - Nuclear Instruments and Detectors
Status
Superseded Standard
Superseding
960-1986
Board Approval
1989-08-10
History
ANSI Approved:
1990-02-26
Published:
1990-04-10
Reaffirmed:
1999-09-16

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society
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Sponsor Committee
NPS/NI&D - Nuclear Instruments and Detectors

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