Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device

Category: Printer
Manufacturer: Canon
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 95.7 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows NT
Latest Version / Release Date: / 27 Feb 2003

Windows device driver information for Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device

The Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device makes use of the IEEE 1394 interface. This interface is a serial interface standard utilized for real time data transfer that is isochronous and hi-speed communications in computer systems. This interface can likewise be used in digital video, digital audio, aeronautics, and automotive applications. The IEEE 1394 is likewise known by other brand names such as Lynx, i.LINK, and FireWire by the companies Texas Instruments, Sony and Apple respectively. This interface supported by the Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device effectively replaced the parallel SCSI in a host of applications since it is a highly adaptable and more simpler cabling system, and is more affordable to implement. The IEEE 1394 is likewise capable of defining an interface for backplanes, though it isn’t as popularly utilized.

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The IEEE 1394 standard was adopted as the HANA standard or High definition Audio Video Network Alliance connection interface for audio visual (A/ V) component control and communication. It is likewise available in coaxial, fiber optic and wireless versions utilizing the isochronous protocols. Almost every digital camcorder has an included 4 circuit 1394 interface and it remains as the main mechanism for transfer in high end professional video and audio equipment. Starting in 2003, a host of computer systems intended for professional or home video/ audio use were equipped with i.LINK/ FireWire ports specifically prevalent with Apple or Sony computers. On the other hand, the legacy 1394 port (Alpha) is likewise available on first-class retail motherboards. This standard supported by the Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device is capable of connecting up to a maximum of 63 peripherals in a topology known as the tree chain as opposed to the electrical bus topology utilized by Parallel SCSI. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon IOS IEEE1394 Printer Device errors before installing any driver updates.