SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) Interface
SCSI is a parallel interface standard for attaching peripheral devices to a PC. SCSI provides transfer rates up to 80 MB per second and depending on the standard the SCSI bus can contain up to 15 devices. Due to the lack of a single SCSI standard, some devices may not work with some SCSI boards.
The following are types of SCSI in use today:
SCSI CablesTheir are two types of SCSI cables. Differential and single-ended. Both use a pair of twisted wires to send a signal. In a differential cable, both wires carry voltage and the signal is the difference between these two voltages. In a single-ended cable one wire is used for voltage and the other for ground. A differential cable is more expensive than a single-ended cable, but can also be of longer lengths and has better data integrity. Differential also sends an extra verifying signal for each bit. This makes them more reliable and reduces the chances of corrupt data.
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