A board (PCB) that attaches directly to another board. It is usually smaller than, and connects vertically to, the motherboard.
see under Motherboard
circuit board that forms a subsystem of a larger main circuit board.
A circuit board attached to either another circuit board or the motherboard. These boards increase the capabilities of a computer.
a small circuit board that plugs into the motherboard, often to add additional capabilities to the motherboard
A board that attaches to (rides piggyback on) another board, such as the motherboard or an expansion card. For example, you can often add a daughtercard containing additional memory to an accelerator card.
A circuit board that plugs into and extends the circuitry of another circuit board, which may be the computer's main board (see motherboard).
A small circuit board that can be attached to a larger one (the motherboard), giving it new capabilities. For example, some companies manufacture daughterboards that add sampled sounds to soundcards that previously could only synthesize sounds via FM.
A printed circuit board that attaches or â€œpiggybacksâ€ onto another to provide additional functionality or performance.
A board that attaches to another board (i.e. the motherboard).
An integrated circuit board that attaches to another circuit board and provides additional circuitry to expand the functions of the host, which can be a MOTHERBOARD (see also) or another board, such as a video card.
A circuit board that clips onto a sound card and turns it into a GM or GS sound source. A GM daughterboard gives you 128 CD quality sounds and a GS daughterboard, over 300 sounds, everything from pianos to guitars to drums to a helicopter or shots. - Category: Manufacture of Gear
Small circuit board that plugs into the motherboard, often to add capabilities to the motherboard. 4.11
hardware: A circuit board that attaches to the motherboard (aka logic board) and gets its power from same. Less sexist term: subassembly.
A daughterboard or daughtercard is a circuit board meant to be an extension or "daughter" of a motherboard (or 'mainboard'), or occasionally another card. In particular, daughterboards often have plugs, sockets, pins, connectors, or other attachments for other boards, which is what differentiates them from a standard expansion board such as for PCI or ISA. In addition, daughterboards usually have only internal connections within a computer or other electronic device rather than any external ones, and usually access the motherboard directly rather than through a computer bus.