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2.4 SCSI-2 and SCSI-3 Cabling Differences
2.4.2 SCSI-3 CablingSCSI-3 devices are daisy-chained using a common 68-conductor P-cable and, optionally, a 68-conductor Q-cable. Both ends of each cable are terminated. The primary SCSI-3 bus carries a 16-bit data bus and control signals. A primary SCSI-3 bus P-cable provides therefore a 16-bit data path. A secondary SCSI-3 bus Q-cable carries an additional 16-bit bus that, used in conjunction with a primary SCSI-3 bus, provides a 32-bit data path.
The BI0316 supports the P-cable option of the SCSI-3 standard.
BI-0316 - Mass Storage Module - 6 DEC 1996 Copyright © 1996 Brand Innovators B.V. [Next] [Previous] [Up] [Top] [Contents] [Back]