A robust design methodology that improves power consumption, data integrity, cable lengths, and support for multiple devices while providing a migration path for increased I/O performance.
A type of differential signaling that uses lower voltage than does HVD, is less expensive, and can be compatible with single-ended signaling on the same SCSI bus.
Introduced with Ultra2 SCSI, and further enhanced with Ultra160 and Ultra320 SCSI, LVD technology enables data transfer to 320 MByte/sec and supports cable lengths to 12 meters.
The common slang form for "Ultra2 Wide SCSI (LVD)." LVD refers to the Low Voltage Differential interface used in Ultra2 and Ultra3 SCSI.
See Ultra 2 SCSI.