Multi-drop definition

(of a computer bus) Having all components connected to the same set of electrical wires, each component listening for its own data and negotiating with the others in order to send.
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Connecting several devices to a single communications channel. It typically refers to devices that are polled in a master-slave configuration rather than in a peer-to-peer fashion. See master-slave communications.
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Origin of multi-drop

  • multi- +"Ž drop

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