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FireWire

(ˈfaɪəˌwaɪə)
n
(Computer Science) trademark computing a proprietary name for the internationally agreed standard IEEE1394, a high-performance interface which allows for the connection of peripherals such as modems, printers, and mass storage devices
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Solicitation: Hamamatsu imagem x2 cooled em-ccd senor with 512 x 512 pixels 70 frames/s at full resolutions up to 1076 frames/s with binning and roi 16 x 16 umpixel sizes ieee 1394b connectivity
introduced GORE Ethernet Cables that feature the unique cable jacket material found in GORE 1394b FireWire Cables; GORE Ethernet Cables provide the ideal combination of high speed and light weight necessary for a range of aerospace applications.
The Flea3 connects to your PC or Mac computer through an IEEE 1394b Firewire interface (a PCI Bus card is included with the starter kit), and can record 8- or 12-bit images at lightning-fast speeds.
Housed in a robust aluminum chassis, the NISE 3140M provides a number of important features required by image processing operation, including dual-channel DDR3 memory, two Gigabit Ethernet LANs and auto-direction control on RS485 and optional dual IEEE 1394b ports.
The 20-MHz, 14-bit camera utilizes the bandwidth of an IEEE 1394b Firewire interface with the megapixel resolution and sensitivity of a Sony ICX285 interline sensor.
Apple's newest MacBook Pro highlights 1394b popularity and Firewire800 superior performance in its speed, and bandwidth, according to the 1394 Trade Association on Wednesday.
This high-flex 1394b firewire 800 cable is offered for the industrial vision systems market.
Notice that 1394b is limited to ~61MB/sec due to the overhead of the interface of approximately 20Mbytes/sec.
The DMS is based on the IEEE 1394b standard, which is designed to run high-speed audio, video, and Ethernet transmissions up to roughly 100 meters from the source in a residence.
In addition Agere intends to accelerate development of chip products for 1394b applications while also continuing to provide 1394a chip systems.
Completion of the updated 1394b specification, which avoids some of the technology licensing issues that have plagued the emerging standard, is expected by late this year.