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SCSI-1 SCSI-2 Fast SCSI-2 Wide SCSI-2 Fast Wide SCSI-2 Double Wide SCSI-2 Ultra SCSI-3 (Fast-20) Wide Ultra SCSI-3 Ultra-2 SCSI (Fast-40) Wide Ultra-2 SCSI Ultra-3 (Fast-80 or Ultra 160)
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SCSI-2
The SCSI-2 standard, released in 1994, includes a standardized device command set and support for more devices It also uses more sophisticated device termination (discussed later in the chapter) and supports command queuing, which is the ability to send more than one command to a single device at once The SCSI-2 standard also introduced the implementation of differential (specifically, high-voltage differential, or HVD) technology This term refers to the method of data transfer Regular SCSI data transfer, called single-ended (SE) transfer, uses one wire to transmit each data signal Differential SCSI sends each data signal over a pair of wires in a manner that resists interference Because differential SCSI is more resistant to interference, it can support much greater cable lengths than SE systems SCSI-2 systems can use either regular or differential devices, but the two cannot exist on the same system The SCSI-2 standard includes several variants, so it can be the subject of some confusion Simply put, there are five variants: SCSI-2, Fast SCSI-2, Wide SCSI-2, Fast Wide SCSI-2, and Double Wide SCSI-2 The main differences between these types are their bus widths and transmission speeds SCSI-2, like SCSI-1, supports an 8-bit bus and transmission speeds up to 5MBps and can support cable lengths up to 6 meters Fast SCSI-2 also has an 8-bit bus, but it supports double the speed (up to 10MBps) and has a maximum cable length of 3 meters for SE and 25 meters for HVD Wide SCSI-2 supports the traditional 5MBps, but because it has double the bus width (16 bits), its overall data transmission rate is 10MBps Fast Wide SCSI-2 combines the Fast and Wide technologies to yield a 16-bit bus and total transfer speed of 20MBps Both Wide and Fast Wide SCSI-2 systems can support up to 16 devices, including the controller, and have a maximum cable length of 3 meters for SE and 25 meters for HVD The final variant, Double Wide SCSI-2, is essentially two Fast Wide systems in one It supports a 32-bit bus and speeds up to 40MBps However, this variant is rarely used and has been excluded from subsequent SCSI standards
SCSI-3
The status of SCSI-3 is a bit of a gray area SCSCI-3 was approved as a standard in 1996 and has undergone many revisions and changes The SCSI-3 standard is not really a single cohesive standard but a series of smaller standards rolled up into a single set of standards The standard is being upgraded quarterly by the T10 committee You can get information on the current standards and revisions of SCSI at wwwt10org Therefore, SCSI-3 is not really a single cohesive standard When people use the term SCSI-3 or SCSI-3 system, they are referring to a system that incorporates the specifications that will be included in the final SCSI-3 standard A number of variants use the existing SCSI-3 specifications Ultra SCSI, also called Fast-20, is an 8-bit system that can support speeds up to 20MBps The Ultra
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SCSI system s bus width can be doubled to 16 bits (Wide Ultra SCSI), resulting in a total throughput of 40MBps Like SCSI-2, Ultra SCSI can use either SE or HVD technology Ultra SCSI supports a maximum cable length of 3 meters if four or fewer devices are attached and 15 meters if more than four devices are attached Ultra-2 SCSI, also called Fast-40, provides a 40MBps data throughput on an 8-bit system and 80MBps on a 16-bit system (Wide Ultra-2 SCSI) Ultra-2 marks the first use of the low-voltage differential (LVD) specification and the removal of support for the SE specification Components that use LVD technology require less power to operate and can operate at higher speeds LVD also allows Ultra-2 SCSI systems to support cable lengths up to 12 meters Ultra-3 SCSI, also referred to as Fast-80 or Ultra160, is the latest implementation of the SCSI-3 specifications It is available only as a 16-bit system and supports a data throughput of 160MBps Ultra-3 SCSI systems support LVD technology only and are the first to support up to 32 devices Its maximum cable length is 12 meters
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