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ATAPI$501516$ - traducción al español

Integrated Drive Electronics; Enhanced IDE; EIDE; Advanced technology attachment; P-ATA; Cable select; ATAPI Removable Media Device; IDE bus; Ultra ATA; Ultra DMA/100; Ultra DMA/66; Ultra DMA/33; Ultra IDE; Integrated drive electronics; E-IDE; ATAPI drive; ATA-4; ATA-3; ATA-2; DMA-33; DMA-66; Fast ATA; ATA/33; Cable Select; E-ide; UATA; Ultradma; ATA drive; ULTRA DMA/133; ATA-33; ATA-66; ATA-100; ATA/IDE; UltraATA; ATA-6; Ultra ata; Parallel ata; IDE drive; AT attachment; Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment; Advanced Technologies Attachment; AT Attachment with Packet Interface; AT Attachment Interface; IDE hard drive; Advanced Technology Attachment; ATA/ATAPI; IDE Cable; ARMD-HDD; ARMD-FDD; AT Attachment; ATA-7; UDMA 33; UDMA-33; UDMA33; X3T13; ATA-5; Ide connection; Integrated Device Electronics; ATA channel; PATA (Parallel ATA); ATA Secure Erase; ATA command set; Secure Erase; Uata; PATA/100
  • Example of a 1992 80386 PC motherboard with nothing built in other than memory, keyboard, processor, cache, realtime clock, and slots. Such basic motherboards could have been outfitted with either the ST-506 or ATA interface, but usually not both. A single 2-drive ATA interface and a floppy interface was added to this system via the 16-bit ISA card.
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  • Comparison between ATA cables: 40-conductor ribbon cable (top), and 80-conductor ribbon cable (bottom). In both cases, a 40-pin female connector is used.
  • Compact flash is a miniature ATA interface, slightly modified to be able to also supply power to the CF device.
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  • PATA to USB Adapter. It is mounted on the rear of a DVD-RW optical drive inside an external case
  • Differences between connectors
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  • 80 pin parallel ATA interface on a 1.8" hard disk

(inform.) estandarte para la interfase IDE mejorado (permite la conexión del estante de discos al ordenador personal)
IDE drive         
Unidad IDE, Unidad que trabaja con el reglamento IDE
Integrated Drive Electronics         
Reglamento IDE, Reglamento para intrafases de disqueteras


Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface (Reference: ATA)


Parallel ATA

Parallel ATA (PATA), originally AT Attachment, also known as IDE, is a standard interface designed for IBM PC-compatible computers. It was first developed by Western Digital and Compaq in 1986 for compatible hard drives and CD or DVD drives. The connection is used for storage devices such as hard disk drives, floppy disk drives, and optical disc drives in computers.

The standard is maintained by the X3/INCITS committee. It uses the underlying AT Attachment (ATA) and AT Attachment Packet Interface (ATAPI) standards.

The Parallel ATA standard is the result of a long history of incremental technical development, which began with the original AT Attachment interface, developed for use in early PC AT equipment. The ATA interface itself evolved in several stages from Western Digital's original Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) interface. As a result, many near-synonyms for ATA/ATAPI and its previous incarnations are still in common informal use, in particular Extended IDE (EIDE) and Ultra ATA (UATA). After the introduction of SATA in 2003, the original ATA was renamed to Parallel ATA, or PATA for short.

Parallel ATA cables have a maximum allowable length of 18 in (457 mm). Because of this limit, the technology normally appears as an internal computer storage interface. For many years, ATA provided the most common and the least expensive interface for this application. It has largely been replaced by SATA in newer systems.