local bus A bus used for the connection of digital system components such as processors, memories, and disk controllers to form a computer entity. Its use may be restricted to the connection of devices within the immediate locality of the processor and it may be implemented as a backplane. See also VME bus, ISA bus, PCI bus, local area network.
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