The wide SCSI-2 uses a wider data path & emdash;16 bit rather than the normal 8 bit & emdash; for the same 10 Mbps. Combining both fast and wide can, in theory, reach 20 Mbps.
Typically the narrow scan cable has 50 pins.
SCSI, Fast SCSI, Ultra SCSI, Ultra2 SCSI: 8 devices Wide SCSI, Fast Wide SCSI, Ultra Wide SCSI, Wide Ultra2 SCSI, Ultra3 SCSI, Ultra160 and 160+ and Ultra320 : 16 devices Of course, the number of devices supported depends not only on protocol limitations, but cable length, number of cables used, etc.
8 or 16 depending upon the SCSI hardware being used. In a narrow bus, you can use a SCSI ID of 0-7, and in a wide bus, you can use 0-15.
deep: is down very low such as the ocean is deep steep: high narrow: thin wide: large or fat
Wide body aircraft have more than one aisle
As far as I remember SCSI-Wide is a 68-pin connector...
The Best Answer: Ultra Wide SCSI And Fast Wide SCSI Because, Wide SCSI buses support 16 devices, rather than the 8 devices specified in regular SCSI.
You need to look at the person's eyebrows. If their eyebrows are close to the top of their head, they have a narrow forehead.
Wide SCSI bus can support up to 16 devices using channels 0-15.
Depends on what the SCSI is. Ultra? Ultra Wide? Ultra Wide 2? many different types.
16 devices can be connected
The difference between the Narrow Band radio frequency (nbfm) and the Wide Band radio frequency (wbfm) is that Narrow Band provide a higher quality of sound but has fewer channel available to use whilst Wide Band provides a lower quality of audio but has a much larger range of channels available.
I dont know the answer to this question so go and read books and get smart. i think the wider blade is wider and the narrow blade is narrower.
Ultra wide SCSI. wide SCSI buses support 16 devices, rather than the eight devices specified in regular SCSI.
Womens is more narrow than mens. If you get mens it may be too wide and not enough stability will be provided.
wide-band is used for high quality transmission Narrow-band is used for speech & data k.vijayvardhanbabu
Small Computer System Interface, or SCSI is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices. The SCSI standards define commands, protocols, and electrical and optical interfaces. SCSI is most commonly used for hard disks and tape drives, but it can connect a wide range of other devices, including scanners and CD drives.
The opposed of narrow is wide.
To best differentiate the two look at the nut nozzle on the exterior platform of the sink. If it is wide then it is console and if it is narrow it must then be normal.
The difference between a double wide and a manufactured home is that the manufactured home is put on a foundation.