I do carbon in boats mostly, and a few other things. The problem with explanations of the type above is that they do not really deal with enough of the parameters, moreso than that they are hype, correct, etc...
Let's say I was describing roads, and I mentioned that some roads are wider than others. Generally wider roads allow a freer flow of traffic at higher speed, and therefore you should consider roads like the interstates for your bike trips rather than bike paths or narrow bike lanes. It is true interstates are faster, but they would, not be safe for bikes, unless of course we are talking about transporting bikes on a car or truck. Then again rail is narrower still and quite efficient, but we better be clear whether we are talking about a bike trip on a rail trail, or by train.
So when talking about fabrics, we need to deal with whether they are in use because they unify underlying linears, fit into molds, provide an aesthetic covering, what weight in total is in use, alignment of the fibers with the loads, quality of resins, efficiency of layup, post curing, and doubtless many other things. You are better off to simply forget it and buy on the basis of reputation, and what appeals to you in use.