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Mini PCI

Kingconn PCI Express (PCIe) is a high-speed serial computer bus that is an extension of the PCI specification. The PCIe bus was published by Intel Corporation in 2004. It was originally designed for high-speed audio and video streaming operations. It was later used to increase the data transfer rate from the measurement device to the computer memory; PCIe can reach the traditional PCI. 30 times the bus speed.

The advent of PCI Express is to adapt to the ever-changing computer. According to Moore’s law, processor speeds have doubled every 18 months since the introduction of integrated circuits (ICs). The increase in processor speed, memory capacity and hard disk space increase the computer's faster data capture rate and higher resolution. At the same time, the amount of data to be processed is also increasing, and the data transmission rate needs to be increased.

High-speed data transmission is achieved through the PCIe bus. Data transmission operations need to pass through the computer bus to connect the device and computer memory. The bus is just like the drive system of a car. Without a bus, you will not be able to get the horsepower from the engine and drive on the road. Similar to the transmission system, the data bus often must transmit engine horsepower (processing and A/D rates). However, the data transmission rate is often the bottleneck of measurement operations, and the main reason is that many instruments have built-in expensive onboard memory.