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Isochronous transmission mode

Isochronous transmission mode is a mode supported by IEEE 1394 (FireWire). IEEE 1394 supports a guaranteed data path bandwidth and allows for real-time transmission of data to/from 1394 devices. Isochronous data transfers operate in a broadcast manner, where one or many 1394 devices can listen to the data being transmitted. The emphasis of isochronous data transfers is placed on guaranteed data timing rather than guaranteed delivery. Multiple channels (up to 16) of isochronous data can be transferred simultaneously on the 1394 bus. Since isochronous transfers can only take up a maximum of 80 percent of the 1394 bus bandwidth, there is enough bandwidth left over for additional asynchronous transfers.(see also Asynchronous transmission mode) 

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