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David C Baker, David F Bantz, Carlo J Evangelisti: Common bus communication system in which the width of the address field is greater than the number of lines on the bus. International Business Machines Corporation, Jack M Arnold, August 25, 1981: US04286321 (61 worldwide citation)

The technique for transmitting address information between a processor and a plurality of memory subsystems in a common bus communication system. The width of the address field is greater than the number of lines on the bus. For example, addresses are three bytes wide, and the bus is one byte wide, ...


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