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Effectively Reduce Signal Interference Between Cables
- Jun 22, 2018 -

A SCSI cable is a cable that connects two or more SCSI interfaces so that data can be transmitted between different SCSI devices, as if a coaxial cable were needed between the TV and the TV box.

A SCSI cable is a cable that connects two or more SCSI interfaces so that data can be transmitted between different SCSI devices, just as a coaxial cable is required to connect between a TV set and a TV box. There are two kinds of built-in and external SCSI cables. The built-in cable is generally used inside the computer, and the twisted-pair braided wire is often used. Such a connection can effectively reduce the signal interference between the cables, but there are also some relatively low internal cables that use parallel cables (similar to the IDE hard disk cable).

External cables are generally used outside the computer to connect different SCSI devices. Because it is used externally, it looks better, and the level of robustness is higher than built-in.

The most important thing in choosing a SCSI cable is to select whether the SCSI connector is appropriate, such as whether the pin count is in line with the needs of the user's SCSI device, the shape of the interface, and whether the male and female connectors are suitable. Also consider the length of the cable and the maximum bus speed supported.