What Is the Difference between 1394a and 1394b?

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Both 1394a and 1394b are varieties of firewire which is a high-speed digital border. The difference between the two is that 1394a supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps using a 6-pin connection. The 1394b standard on the other hand can transfer data up to 800 Mbps through a 9-pin connection.
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