What is a 1394 connection?
"1394" refers to the number of the IEEE standard created for "Firewire", a high speed serial wired communications protocol developed by Apple Computer to transfer digital data over short distances, such as between computers and external hard disks. Serial means that the signal is carried over a single pair of wires known as a twisted pair, using low voltage differential signaling, a method that supports both high speed and good noise immunity. Additional wires carry ground and power. Prior systems used parallel wiring with 8 or more wires carrying a byte at a time, but at lower bit rates. The cables were bulky and expensive, hence the desire for a serial standard. The original standard, Firewire 400, supported 400 Mbps, a later version, Firewire 800, 800 Mbps (using additional wires, but still many fewer than parallel interfaces). Similar to USB 2.0, Firewire is generally faster, and supports daisy chaining and hot swapping. Additional information may be found at HowStuffWorks.com or Wikipedia under "Firewire".
The 1394 connection is a firewall connection in Windows. It shows whether a firewall connection is available also. It is usually faster than a USB port.
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.
IEEE 1394 is a standard for a type of connection media. Typically known as Firewire.
The IEEE 1394 Standard AKA Firewire connectors and sockets look like thishttp://www.soe.purdue.edu/edit/connectors/firewire_card_connectors.JPG
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.
Yes it can be disabled, just right click on it from your'e Network Connections and click on "Disable".
They are usually USB ports, Audio ports, LAN connection, Phone Connection, Power, Keyboard, Mouse,1394 (firewire) ports.
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1394 to the nearest ten is 1390.
The number 1394 is "one thousand three hundred ninety-four." The year 1394 would be "thirteen ninety-four."
Days of Our Lives - 1965 1-1394 was released on: USA: 14 May 1971
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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
The apple mac name of IEEE 1394 is FireWire
No, you need a 1394 firewire Expresscard
The Sony version of the IEEE 1394 interface is called iLink.
No. 1394 is firewire. You don't need 1394 / firewire to connect to a wireless connection. However, considering I havn't seen firewire on a laptop for awhile now Im going to assume you are on a desktop..?!? If this is the case, desktops don't natively connect to wireless connections (say the way a laptop would) so usually you have to hook up some sort of extra device. Any external devices I have seen were all… Read More
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.
"Firewire" is the term used for a certain type of serial port on computers. Similar uses are USB. The Name is 1394 for "FireWire". The term firewire was meant to express that it was a faster connection than standard serial or parallel ports.
The IEEE 1394 interface is also know as "Firewire" on an Apple Mac.
1394 = 2 x 17 x 41; 40 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5. LCM = product/HCF, only common factor is 2 so LCM = 1394 x 20 = 27880
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
Portugal in 1394
Sunday 4 SHawwal 1394 A.H. 4/10/1394 P.S. There could be a small probability of one day error.
The IEEE 1394 Interface or Port is also know by it's Apple Mac name as FireWire.
7th of November :)
The divisors of 75 are 1,3,5,15,25 and 75 The divisors of 1394 are 1,2,4,17,34,41,82,697 and 1394 so apart from 1 they have no divisors in common and this means that the base improper fraction 1394/75 can not be simplified. Therefore 1397/75 = 18 with a remainder of 44 Th divisors of 44 are 1,2,4,11,22 and 44 So 75 and 44 have no divisors (except 1) in common and this means the the base proper fraction… Read More
The IEEE 1394 interface is marketed under the brand names FireWire (by Apple), i.LINK (by Sony), and Lynx (by Texas Instruments).
Charles was born on November 24, 1394.
March 4, 1394
1394 I think
A FireWire port.
Charles was born on November 24, 1394.
IEEE 1394 port
Hugh Calveley died in 1394.
Matthew of Janow died in 1394.
John Hawkwood died in 1394.
Cymburgis of Masovia was born in 1394.
Bryan Stapleton died in 1394.
Prince Yangnyeong was born in 1394.
Gongyang of Goryeo died in 1394.
Nerio I Acciaioli died in 1394.
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.
firewire and the i.Link
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March 4, 1394