# Re: CPU <> Memory chip communication interface

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by Skybuck Flying, Aug 5, 2005.

1. ### Skybuck FlyingGuest

"Skybuck Flying" <> wrote in message news:...
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> > Skybuck Flying wrote:
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> > > > Skybuck Flying wrote:
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> > > > > Nice introduction to signals across a wire.
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> > > > >
> > >

>

> > > > >
> > > > > I never understood the difference between voltage and ampere... to

> > > this
> > > > > page doesn't discuss how ampere is related to voltage.

> (voltage<->ampere
> > > > > very confusing )
> > > >
> > > > That's pretty fundamental. The classic example is to compare

> electricity
> > > to water.
> > > >
> > > > Voltage is like water pressure - current is like water flow. With no
> > > pressure no water
> > > > flows. The larger the pipe ( less resistance to flow ) the more

water
> > > flows. In a similar
> > > > way, the less electrical resistance, the more Amps flow in a circuit

> for a
> > > given voltage.
> > >
> > > Does this mean a pipe diameter (of a certain material) always allows a
> > > certain maximum voltage ?
> > >
> > > So if the source of the voltage becomes to high the pipe blows ?

> >
> > That would be exceptional and irrelevant to any sensible understanding.
> >
> > I'm getting bored of your trolling now.....

>
> I am not trolling I am trying to understand it. But ok I can see how a

dirty
> mind might think that's funny.
>
> And in case you didn't understand that sentence here it is again:
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> So if the pressure of source of the voltage becomes to high the pipe blows

?

Ok one more try:

So if the pressure of source of the voltage becomes to high the pipe blows
up ?

Bye,
Skybuck.

Skybuck Flying, Aug 5, 2005

2. ### Ken HaganGuest

Skybuck Flying wrote:
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> Ok one more try:

If you aren't trolling, then might I suggest that the design of a
completely new computer architecture is probably beyond someone who
doesn't know about volts and amps. I'd guess about ten years of full
time study might be enough to raise your general level of knowledge
to a level at which the project wasn't a complete waste of everyone's
time. In the meantime, please understand that even with the best will
in the world (and whilst I may have been a little shirty yesterday,
others have certainly indulged you) you simply aren't credible as
an honest poster anymore.

> So if the pressure of source of the voltage becomes to high the pipe blows
> up ?

Yes.

> Bye,
> Skybuck.

Ken Hagan, Aug 5, 2005

3. ### Skybuck FlyingGuest

"Ken Hagan" <> wrote in message
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> Skybuck Flying wrote:
> >
> > Ok one more try:

>
> If you aren't trolling, then might I suggest that the design of a
> completely new computer architecture is probably beyond someone who
> doesn't know about volts and amps. I'd guess about ten years of full
> time study might be enough to raise your general level of knowledge
> to a level at which the project wasn't a complete waste of everyone's
> time. In the meantime, please understand that even with the best will
> in the world (and whilst I may have been a little shirty yesterday,
> others have certainly indulged you) you simply aren't credible as
> an honest poster anymore.
>
> > So if the pressure of source of the voltage becomes to high the pipe

blows
> > up ?

>
> Yes.

Well that wasn't so hard

Can you answer my other questions too, are did MIT dumb you down to much to

Bye,
Skybuck.

Skybuck Flying, Aug 5, 2005
4. ### Ken HaganGuest

Skybuck Flying wrote:
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> Can you answer my other questions too, are did MIT dumb you down to much to

I probably can, but you spelled "or" incorrectly and I've never been to
MIT and, to paraphrase Arthur C. Clarke, "Any sufficiently rude Usenet
poster is indistinguishable from a troll.".

> Bye,
> Skybuck.

Bye.

Ken Hagan, Aug 5, 2005
5. ### Skybuck FlyingGuest

"Ken Hagan" <> wrote in message
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> Skybuck Flying wrote:
> >
> > Can you answer my other questions too, are did MIT dumb you down to much

to

>
> I probably can, but you spelled "or" incorrectly and I've never been to
> MIT and, to paraphrase Arthur C. Clarke, "Any sufficiently rude Usenet
> poster is indistinguishable from a troll.".

I had a feeling you weren't ever at MIT because you ain't dumbed down. It
was just a joke

Skybuck: "Having a conversation with a troll can be very usefull as well."

Thanks to a troll I found out my code is a universal code

How funny is that ?

Bye,
Skybuck

Skybuck Flying, Aug 5, 2005