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Computer ports - Firewire  related topic: Computer cabling
1394 Firewire Hardware Design Considerations The IEEE 1394 Firewire specification defines a next-generation serial I/O subsystem that has the throughput bandwidth for today's multimedia applications as well as expansion capabilities to handle even more demanding applications in the future, pdf file
1394 serial bus 1394 Standards and Specifications Summary, The IEEE 1394 Standards and Specifications
1394 Standards and Specifications Summary IEEE 1394a-2000, IEEE 1394b-2002, IEEE 1394.1, P1394c: 1394 & Ethernet, 1394.1: networks, IEEE1212 standard, pdf file
Firewire FireWire is a cross-platform implementation of the high-speed serial data bus, defined by the IEEE 1394-1995, IEEE 1394a-2000, and IEEE 1394b standards, that can move large amounts of data between computers and peripheral devices. FireWire is integrated into Power Macs, iMacs, eMacs, MacBooks, MacBook Pros, and the iPod. FireWire ports were also integrated into many other computer products dating back to the Power Macintosh G3 "Blue & White" computers. All these machines include FireWire ports that operate at up to 400 megabits per second and the latest machines include FireWire ports that support 1394b and operate at up to 800 megabits per second
Firewire FireWire is Apple Inc.'s brand name for the IEEE 1394 interface (although the 1394 standard also defines a backplane interface). It is also known as i.Link (Sony’s name). It is a personal computer (and digital audio/digital video) serial bus interface standard, offering high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data services, Standards and versions, FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394a), FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b), FireWire S800T (IEEE 1394c)
FireWire 800 – Technology Brief Differences between FireWire 400 and FireWire 800, FireWire 800 verses SCSI, FireWire 800 verses USB 2.0, pdf file
FireWire Communication Bus FireWire Communication Bus, ESD Protection, pdf file
Firewire: Overview and Capabilities Comparison of Standard Interfaces, IEEE-1394a ,USB 2.0, IEEE-1394B, GIGABIT CAMERA LINK, ETHERNET BASE (802.3AB), pdf file
Firewire vs. USB: a comparison
Home Networking Using IEEE 1394, USB, and Fast Ethernet Technologies IEEE 1394, also known as FireWire™ or iLink™, is a versatile, high-speed, and inexpensive method of interconnecting a variety of consumer electronic devices (e.g., home theatre equipment) and personal computer peripherals (e.g., color printers). It requires new optical fiber or high-grade copper wiring throughout the home, ..., pdf file
IEEE 1394 IEEE 1394 data signals, timing, Isochronous data transport, PC-based 1394 bus system
IEEE 1394 - Architecture and Driver Support IEEE 1394 technology page, the IEEE 1394 high-speed serial bus provides enhanced PC connectivity for consumer electronics audio/video (A/V) appliances, storage peripherals, other PCs, and portable devices
IEEE 1394 Firewire How does a FireWire connection work?
IEEE 1394 HS serial bus
IEEE1394 New Interface fo Digital Networking The IEEE 1394 standard defines a serial interface ideal for the digital age, IEEE 1394 Cable, IEEE 1394 offers bi-directionality, high data transfer rates and isochronous data transfers, ..., pdf file
Papers on IEEE 1394 Technology IEEE 1394: a Ubiquitous Bus, SerialSoft, the IEEE 1394 Software Interface Standard, FireWire Plays Starring Role in Simple, Fast PCs
The IEEE 1394 High Performance Serial Bus The IEEE 1394-1995 standard for the High Performance Serial Bus, here abbreviated to 1394, defines a serial data transfer protocol and interconnection system that "provides the same services as modern IEEE-standard parallel busses, but at a much lower cost, 1394 Architecture, PC-based 1394 bus system, The 1394 Protocol Stack and Serial Bus Management Controller, pdf file
Which is faster Hi-Speed USB 2.0 or FireWire? FireWire - USB Comparison
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