LVDS vs LVD SCSI

Paul D. Aloisi 603-429-8687 aloisi@unitrode.com ALOISI at uicc.com
Mon Apr 7 13:09:59 PDT 1997


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LVDS is Low Voltage Differential Signalling, it is an EIA standard for
connecting modems.

LVD SCSI is the correct term for Low Voltage Differential SCSI.

These are different electrical levels, with some fairly major differences
please keep the terms straight. I would like to have a modem that
could transfer data at 80 megabytes per second, but it is still
a good disk transfer speed....

Paul Aloisi
Unitrode
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