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Users' GuideWe recommend our customers to read :
– introduction - all of chapters 1, 2
– hardware – the specific chapter(s) within chapters 3/4/5, for our product(s) planned to be purchased, or already purchased; this will allow to do physical installation, jumper settings, powering, putting into enclosure
– software – all of chapters 6, 7 , which helps in understanding the specifics of running on different operating systems, using through USB, settings for peripheral cards
– use - the specific chapter within chapters 8-13, based on the peripheral card used
ArticlesSmall desktop I/O expanding to use PCI and PCI Express -x16 cards - selecting power supply and enclosure, mounting cards and connecting to host
Project ARS - adding to the proposal of Google's 'project Ara', covering separate areas
USB 3.0 versus USB 2.0 - a huge disappointment
Android software support allowing work of USB2ISA and USB2PCMCIA products on Google OS
img-mk - Image maker tool
Linux driver - binary builder kit (BBK) Load and use one Linux driver binary on many kernels and distributions
How easy it is to support external hardware on Android platform? presentation proposal to -
Android Builders Summit, February 13-14, 2012 - Redwood Shores, CA.
SPEED TESTING -x16 vs. -x1 WITH PCI EXPRESS VIDEO CARDS What is the speed/performance difference when a card works in '-x1' mode compared with '-x16' mode.
Use PCI cards on a notebook Selecting a host, peripheral card and accessories - power supply and a box.
PCI CARD - FINDING THE VOLTAGES USED Not sure whether or not your PCI card needs a power supply module or an external power supply, read this article.
RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR Running a program containing the ARSTech API set
QUICK & EASY EVAL Quick and easy evaluation of USB2-ISA/PCMCIA and SSI2-ISA/PCI/PCMCIA products under Linux - from A to Z
NI SUPPORT ARS Technologies' support for National Instruments software and hardware products
UNIFORM DOS SUPPORT Support for DOS software under a variety of operating systems
MAC OS SUPPORT FOR DEVELOPERS ARS Technologies has released MAC OS drivers for MAC developers
ISA BUS IS STILL ALIVE ARS Technologies offers USB2ISA cards to revitalize the use of ISA cards
ISA CARD - FINDING THE VOLTAGES USED Not sure whether or not your ISA card needs a power supply module or an external power supply, read this article.
UNIVERSAL SOFTWARE LAYER Learn more about our installation software for the USB2ISA and USB2PCMCIA families of cards.
WINDOWS CE SUPPORT Consider the options with Window CE.
HANDLING PC/104 PERIPHERALS There are several ways to utilize your PC/104 cards. Lets look at the options.
USING ISA & PCMCIA CARDS OUTSIDE THE BOX Servicing Multiple ISA Cards and PCMCIA Cards with our USB to ISA and USB to PCMCIA families of cards.
NOUVEAU PROGRAMMING WITH ISA AND PCMCIA CARDS Servicing Multiple ISA Cards and PCMCIA Cards with our USB to ISA and USB to PCMCIA families of cards.
INTRODUCING LINUX SUPPORT Linux support for the USB2PCMCIA and USB2ISA families of products
SDKBUS OR WILL THE USL DO? Help Me Decide If I Can Use Only the USL or If I Need the SDKBUS
INSTALLING THE POWER SUPPLY MODULE (ISA-PWR) Illustration of installing the isa-pwr (power supply module)
StandardsTechFest - ISA bus, PCI bus,
Wikipedia - ISA bus, PCMCIA bus, ExpressCard bus, PCI bus, USB bus
Videos - coming soon!
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