7FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 2. Digital Interface and aggressive power management scheme - does not require a conversion from digital to analog for data transport and, therefore, experiences no loss of data integrity
8FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 3. Small and Inexpensive - utilizes a thin serial cable priced for consumer products and able to replace larger, more expensive cables
9FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 4. Easy to use5. Hot Pluggable6. Flexible Topology and aggressive power management scheme
10FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link allows the simultaneous usage of 100, 200, and 400 Mbps devices on a busScalable Architecture
11FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 7. Fast - at up to 400 Mbps/second of data transfer, FireWire is able to guarantee a bandwidth for just-in-time delivery of multimedia data.
12FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 8. Expandable - Supports up to 63 devices with a total bus length of 72 meters using cable lengths up to 4.5 meters.
13FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link 8. Expandable - Supports up to 63 devices with a total bus length of 72 meters using cable lengths up to 4.5 meters.
15FireWire/IEEE1394/I-Link Asynchronous - this data transport technology provides connectivity to legacy technology as well as it provides command and control for new devices.Isochronous - this data transport technology guarantees delivery of multiple time-critical multimedia data streams.