[clug] Hard Disk selector - Any commercial variants?

Richard Reynolds richard.reynolds at usa.net
Wed Mar 12 00:13:31 GMT 2008

On Wed, 12 Mar 2008, steve jenkin wrote:

> BTW, there was some confusion over SATA vs e-SATA (and hence support).
> The only difference is the connector - electrically & protocol-wise they
> are one and the same. e-SATA allows you to put drives in other cases/places.
No really there is a difference, its just not a big one.

Minimum transmit potential increased: Range is 500-600 mV instead of 400-600 mV.
Minimum receive potential decreased: Range is 240-600 mV instead of 325-600 mV.

taken out of wikipedia

Richard Reynolds
richard.reynolds at usa.net

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