Advanced Integrated Peripheral

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Advanced Integrated Peripheral (AIP) is a multi-chip that provides the functionality of several chips in one chip on AT-Compatible PCs.

An example of this kind of chip is Intel 82091AA.

See Also

Emulated Chipsets

  • Floppy Disk Controller (8272A/82078/82077SL/82077AA)
  • UART (8250/8250A/8250B/8250/82450/16450/16550/16550A/16550AF/16550AFN)
  • Parallel port (IEEE Standard 1284) SPP/EPP/ECP
  • ATA/IDE (Advanced Technology Attachment or Integrated Drive Electronics)
  • DMA (8237)

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