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TechFest Computer Hardware Page. It is active only when the memory decode is within the low 1 megabyte of memory space. SD15 to SD0 are used for transfer of data with bit devices. They are "unlatched" and do not stay valid for the entire bus cycle. It is forced high during DMA cycles. These signals may be asserted asynchronously. All Rights Reserved. TechFest Home Page. TechFest Feedback.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} SA19 is the most significant bit. It is driven active to indicate a uncorrectable error has been detected. This signal is driven from a decode of the SA15 to SA0 address lines. This signals normal state is active high ready. These signals are normally driven by the system microprocessor or DMA controller, but may also be driven by a bus master on an ISA board that takes ownership of the bus. To perform a bit memory cycle without wait states, -0WS is derived from an address decode. They remain valid throughout a read or write command. This signal is driven from a decode of the LA23 to LA17 address lines. Over time various ISA bus specifications were produced in an attempt to alleviate the compatibility problems. As a result, the various implementations of ISA were not always compatible with each other. Devices using this signal to insert wait states should drive it low immediately after detecting a valid address decode and an active read or write command. It is used in some ISA board applications to allow synchronization with the system microprocessor. An interrupt request is generated when an IRQ line is raised from low to high. Decodes of these signals should be latched on the falling edge of BALE. But unfortunately these specifications did not always agree with each other, so no single specification for the ISA bus was ever developed. The line must be held high until the microprocessor acknowledges the request through its interrupt service routine. The signal is release high when the device is ready to complete the cycle. These signals are valid when BALE is high. SD7 to SD0 are used for transfer of data with 8-bit devices. SA0 is the least significant bit. SD0 is the least significant bits. It is active on all memory write cycles. These signals may be used along with LA23 to LA17 to address up to 16 megabytes of memory. The requesting device must hold the request signal active until the system board asserts the corresponding DACK signal. Although the PC-AT Technical Reference included detailed schematics and BIOS listings, it did not include the rigorous timings, rules, and other requirements that would make it a good bus specification. Addresses are latched on the falling edge of BALE. OSC Oscillator is a clock with a 70ns period This signal is not synchronous with the system clock CLK. They are used along with SA19 to SA0 to address up to 16 megabytes of memory. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}In response, the industry coined "ISA" as a new name for the the bus that was eventually adopted by everyone including IBM. It is active on all memory read cycles. This signal should be included as part of ISA board select decodes to prevent incorrect board selects during DMA cycles. ISA boards drive the signal inactive low not ready to insert wait states. SD15 is the most significant bit.