Scsi bus - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

SCSI Bus:

  •   Defined by ANSI - X3.131
  •   50, 68 or 80 pins
  •   Max. transfer rate - 160 MB/s, 320 MB/s. SCSI Bus Signals
  •   Small Computer System Interface

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SCSI Bus signal

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