This thesis describes the architecture and organization of a multi-computer communication network employing crossbar switches. The network is implemented using the Motorola EXORset development system. The network provides a flexible communication system capable of application to a wide range of data transfers. In this system each computer will perform its local tasks, in the meantime, each computer could send or receive messages to and from other computers in the network. The system logic has been partitioned into two basic board types: (a) communication interface, and (b) controller. The communication interface provides the interface of computers in the network to the controller and other computers. The controller is used as a traffic signal, which supervises the transmission of messages between computers.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Towhidnejad, Massood., "Multi-Computer Communication Network with Crossbar Switches" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4957.
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