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D Michael Bell, Mark A Gonzales, Susan S Meredith: Method and apparatus for maintaining transaction ordering and supporting deferred replies in a bus bridge. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 9, 1996: US05535340 (71 worldwide citation)

A bus bridge situated between two buses includes two queues: an outbound request queue and an inbound request queue. Requests originating on the first bus which target a destination on the second bus are placed into the outbound request queue. Decoding circuitry within the bridge issues a deferred r ...


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Bell Michael D, Gonzales Mark A, Meredith Susan S: Procede et appareil servant a maintenir la commande des transactions et a supporter les reponses differees dans un pont pour bus, Method and apparatus for maintaining transaction ordering and supporting deferred replies in a bus bridge. Intel Corporation, Intel Corporation, RICHES MCKENZIE & HERBERT, November 30, 1995: CA2186598

A bus bridge (400) between two buses includes two request queues: outbound (420) and inbound (430). Requests originating on the first bus (401) which target a destination on the second bus (402) are placed into the outbound queue (420). If the request can be deferred, decoding circuitry (415) within ...


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Bell D Michael, Gonzales Mark A, Meredith Susan S: Method and apparatus for maintaining transaction ordering and supporting deferred replies in a bus bridge. Intel Corporation, TAYLOR Edwin H, November 30, 1995: WO/1995/032474

A bus bridge (400) between two buses includes two request queues: outbound (420) and inbound (430). Requests originating on the first bus (401) which target a destination on the second bus (402) are placed into the outbound queue (420). If the request can be deferred, decoding circuitry (415) within ...


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Bell D Michael, Gonzales Mark A, Meredith Susan S: Method and apparatus for maintaining transaction ordering and supporting deferred replies in a bus bridge. Intel, March 5, 1997: EP0760135-A1

A bus bridge (400) between two buses includes two request queues: outbound (420) and inbound (430). Requests originating on the first bus (401) which target a destination on the second bus (402) are placed into the outbound queue (420). If the request can be deferred, decoding circuitry (415) within ...