to the internal layers.

The connections are metal strips (usually copper). The pattern of connections is often produced using photo-resist and acid etching. Boards, especially those for high frequency circuits such as modern microprocessors, usually have one or more "ground planes" and "power planes" which are large areas of copper for greater current carrying ability.

A computer or other electronic system might be built from several PCBs, e.g. processor, memory, graphics controller, disk controller etc. These boards might all plug into a motherboard or backplane or be connected by a ribbon cable.

Last updated: 1995-05-01

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Last updated: 1996-01-13

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special Centronics interface.

Most printers can also be connected to a serial port but that is unlikely to be described as a "printer port".

Last updated: 1996-01-07

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M 2(5):16 (May 1959)].

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M 2(5):16 (May 1959)].ed by a network. A typical print server

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ed by a network. A typical print server

routes print requests for multiple computers and printers on a network.

For example, a networked workstation user submits a print command that includes a print file and information about the printer to be used, usually a nearby printer for convenience. The print server sends the print file to the requested printer. The printer spools the print file and provides job status. The print server relays the status of the printer back to the workstation and makes this status information available to other devices on the network.

Last updated: 1999-02-18

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