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Figure 7-59. Signals entering and leaving a page The hollow arrows are called off-page signal references, or sometimes just signal references. You should place the signal references near the left or right margin to make them easy to find on busy diagrams. Label the arrows with the name of the signal they refer to. If a signal leaves a page with a given name in the hollow arrow, all pages on which the signal enters must use the same name. When there are multiple signals with the same name, you can prepend the ID of the sender to the signal name to eliminate ambiguities. You might also include a signal s complete namespace. For example, the hollow arrow might contain the text W1.ChannelChanged or Avionics.W1.ChannelChanged. The text would have to appear verbatim on all pages referencing the signal. Signals leaving a page can also identify the destination by specifying its ID or name. For PC signals, you can include the destination s handler method, as shown in Figure 7-60.
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Figure 7-60. Showing the destination s name and handler on a signal reference Buses contain multiple signals. Just as signals can cross page boundaries, so can buses. The one difference between buses and signals is that buses can contain signals traveling in different directions. Signal references for buses with bidirectional signals use a double-headed arrow. Figure 7-61 shows some examples. You can also attach buses and wires to the top or bottom of signal references, if this helps simplify a diagram. Figure 7-62 shows some examples. Signals entering a bus that leaves the page can show the destination of each signal, as shown in Figure 7-63. The diagram shows signals being routed to a bus that leaves the page through an off-page signal reference called StatusBar Commands. The signal Parser.Begin is connected to the destination StatusBar.ShowMessage.
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CHAPTER 7 SIGNAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
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Figure 7-61. Extending buses across page boundaries
ItemSelected
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Figure 7-62. Signals attached to the top and bottom of off-page signal references
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StatusBar Commands
Begin StatusBar.ShowMessage
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Figure 7-63. Showing the destination of signals leaving the page through a bus reference When a signal leaving a page has multiple destinations, you can show all the destinations explicitly using a bus, as shown in Figure 7-64.
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Figure 7-64. Showing the multiple destinations of a signal This diagram tells you that the signal W1.ChannelChanged is wired to three separate off-page destinations. With synchronously delivered signals, you must list the destinations in the order of delivery. The diagram indicates that UI.ChannelChanged is delivered first to UI, then to LogFile, and last to NavigationSystem. You can also show the delivery order explicitly by numbering the signals, as shown in Figure 7-65.
CHAPTER 7 SIGNAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
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1. UI.ShowChannel 2. LogFile.RecordChannel 3. NavigationSystem.SetChannel
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Figure 7-65. Numbering the signals leaving the page
Levels of Detail
When diagramming a small system, the entire wiring diagram might fit on a single page. With larger systems, there may be multiple subsystems. With even larger systems, there may be multiple systems and/or computers involved. To make it easier to understand large systems, it is necessary to diagram the system at different levels of detail. Each level may require multiple pages. The top level shows the entire system. The boxes represent the main systems or computers involved. The boxes might represent processes, services, computers, or groups of computers. The boxes are interconnected with buses. Pins and individual signals are generally not shown on the top level, unless the system is fairly simple. Figure 7-66 shows an example.
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Figure 7-66. The top-level diagram of a component system In the bottom-right corner, you would normally replace the descriptive text with a page legend. The next level of diagram shows the details when drilling down into one of the systems. Each system may be composed of multiple subsystems. Figure 7-67 shows the top-level view of one system. The reader should be able to drill down into each subsystem shown. At some point, you ll define subsystems in terms of objects. This is the most detailed level of wiring diagrams, and is where the individual signals are shown. Figure 7-68 shows a detailed view of the Flight Controls Subsystem.
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