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Re: ISA Spec




The tiny little book _The XT-AT Handbook_ by Choisser and Foster ($9.99,
not including shipping) from Annabooks has most of mechanical dimensions of
the ISA card.

If you can't find it at favorite bookstore, try

  Annabooks
  1 800 462.1042

I've been told that the latest version has some PCI information also.

  The ALT.COMP.HARDWARE.HOMEBUILT FAQ
  http://www.gl.umbc.edu/~msokos1/achh20.txt
mentions
   * ISA, EISA, VLB, and PCI pinouts, signal descriptions, and timing
     information can be found at http://www.gl.umbc.edu/~msokos1
   * "AT Bus Design, IEEE P996 Compatible", by Edward Solari ISBN
     0-929392-08-6
   * Official standard for the EISA bus are available from BCPR services
     (Texas) Tel: 1-713-251-4770
   * Standards for the EISA bus are available from Global Engineering
     Documents, Englewood, Colorado USA at phone: (800)854-7179,
     fax:(303)397-7935

>From: Brandon Frazier <brandon@bracket.com>
...
>Does anyone know where one might find the ISA Mechanical specification?

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