The apple mac name of IEEE 1394 is FireWire
The Sony version of the IEEE 1394 interface is called iLink.
IEEE 1394 is a standard for a type of connection media. Typically known as Firewire.
The apple mac name of IEEE 1394 interface is FireWire.
IEEE 1394 and i.LINK. Two other names for "Firewire" are IEEE 1394 and i.LINK.
The IEEE 1394 interface is also know as "Firewire" on an Apple Mac.
The IEEE 1394 is similar to a USB device, it can be plugged into the port on the computer or device, mostly to import audio or video files. The IEEE 1394 port is called a firewire. An external scanner or disk drive may also have a firewire port.
The IEEE 1394 Interface or Port is also know by it's Apple Mac name as FireWire.
A FireWire port.
IEEE 1394 port
The IEEE 1394 interface is marketed under the brand names FireWire (by Apple), i.LINK (by Sony), and Lynx (by Texas Instruments).
IEEE 1394 and i.Link throughput data speed: 3.2 Gbps A+ Guide to Hardware: pg. 327
The IEEE 1394 standard defines the FireWire bus, developed by Apple, that was a mainstay for a few professional industries until it was overshadowed by USB's ubiquity, continual improvement which debunked rumors that FireWire was still faster than USB. However some still choose to continue use FireWire for compatibility or for other legacy hardware support reasons.
firewire and the i.Link
IEEE 1394 is the technical term for Apple's Firewire networking system. It comes in two speeds, 400 and 800 megabits per second. It can daisy chain more than 60 devices.
The IEEE 1394 interface was largely developed by Apple and is marketed by them as FireWire.
Apple originally created FireWire which was later standardized as IEEE-1394. Engineers from Texas Instruments, Sony, Digital Equipment Corporation, IBM, and INMOS/SGS Thomson (now STMicroelectronics) contributed to the final standardization..
Typically 400Mbits/s. Hope that helps!
Firewire, also known as IEEE 1394 and i.Link
The IEEE 1394 Standard AKA Firewire connectors and sockets look like thishttp://www.soe.purdue.edu/edit/connectors/firewire_card_connectors.JPG
14 feet (4.5 meters)
Yes, they are required to provide it. See the FCC regulation 47CFR76.640: (4) Cable operators shall: (i) Effective April 1, 2004, upon request of a customer, replace any leased high definition set-top box, which does not include a functional IEEE 1394 interface, with one that includes a functional IEEE 1394 interface or upgrade the customer's set-top box by download or other means to ensure that the IEEE 1394 interface is functional. (ii) Effective July 1… Read More
IEEE 1394 and iLink are other names for fire wire
Apple's FireWire (IEEE 1394 interface) was first introduced in 1995.
There are several brand names, but the real name is IEEE 1394 interface.
To connect your mini DV camera to the computer, get an IEEE firewire (or "IEEE 1394 interface"). You can get one at Best Buy for about $35.
9-pins 9 pins at one end and 4 or 6 at the other. (pg. 407)
Lost of things including video cameras and external hard drives.
Win98,win2000,and winXP support IEEE 1394.
It's kind of the other way around. IEEE 1394 is the standard. It is also known as Firewire.
"Wi-Fi" is the trade name for the IEEE 802.11 standard. the name is used to sell the product , much like the term "Firewire" (IEEE 1394).
From Wikipedia definition of IEEE 1394 Standard - "The IEEE 1394 interface is a serial bus interface standard for high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data transfer, frequently used by personal computers, as well as in digital audio, digital video, automotive, and aeronautics applications. The interface is also known by the brand names of FireWire (Apple), i.LINK (Sony), and Lynx (Texas Instruments). IEEE 1394 replaced parallel SCSI in many applications, because of lower implementation costs and… Read More
400-3200 Mbit/s (50-400 MB/s)
None. You need a FireWire / IEEE 1394 hub.
When discussing the technology firewire which was originally created for Macintosh computer only which IEEE no is associated to the latest firewire technology?
Its technical name is the IEEE 1394 interface. The latest being 1394d (formed in March 2009).
IEEE is the standards committee for electrical / electronic components. Firewire is the type of device is being referred to. 1394 is the section of the standards code that deals with it. Example 802.11 is the section that deals with Wireless communication. 802.11b is the section that governs wireless communication of 11mbs while 802.11g is the section that governs wireless communication at 54mbs.
It uses isochronous data transfer, the transfering of data continously without interruption or breaks.
My Dell Inspriron doesn't have the IEEE fitting ,can this be fitted as an after market product,. Dell replaced my faulty laptop in the rush I neglected to notice the paper work didn't show the IEEE. Downloading via bluetooth is much slower + I purchased at the time a few IEEE cables ( spares ) Thanks. Steve.
1394 Cables have 9 pins on one end and 4 pin or 6 pin connector at the other end to connect a 1394a device to a 1394b computer port to run at a slower speed.
IEEE 1394 (also known as firewire), Hi-Speed USB 2.0, and SCSI
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Firewire is Apple's name for an electronic interface (like USB), properly called IEEE 1394. It works a lot like USB, but has a different connector.
What peripheral port type was originally developed by Apple and is currently primarily used for digital video transfers?
This is the port IEEE 1394 is also known as Fire Wire
1394 Connection is a firewire connection used to connect devices such as storage, pic, and video hardware. People get confused thinking that it is a device for connecting to a network or internet provider. Such is not the Case.
The IEEE 1394 interface was created by Apple and is marketed as FireWire on their computers. In theory you run a FireWire cable from the 1394 connection on your TV to a FireWire socket on your Mac and use some recording software to capture the HDTV signal. In the real world things are never that simple. The IEEE 1394 interface on the TV is usually there to connect cable TV boxes rather than streaming HD… Read More
The official term is IEEE 1394, it is called Firewire and is competing against USB for ports on the computer. Firewire transmits 400Mbps while USB transmits 480Mbps. Most people use Firewire for downloading photos on their cameras while they use USB to downland data.
IEEE1394 or as Apple calls it, "Firewire" can carry more data. And superior to both of these is Thunderbolt also developed by Apple.
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