Prentice-Hall NJ, 1984, later printing; 214 pages, index, bibliography, appendices, diagrams ISBN 0137834721.
Condition: Very Good black glossy cardstock covers, softcover; Binding is sound and secure, pages are clean and unmarked.
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Computer Science, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, General microcomputer and Misc. manufacturers, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Hardware, Home Computers, Personal Computers, Microcomputers
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Item Description'If you are about to buy a microcomputer, minicomputer, or mainframe computer, and you are interested in connecting peripherals such as printers, modems, or terminals to it, this lighthearted approach will guide you toward interfacing with RS-232.' (from the rear cover)
provides an understanding of prevalent communication terminology; explains the specifics of RS-232 and CCITT V24 in layman's terms; explains step-by-step how to option and connect computers, printers, terminals and modems; serves as a single reference on RS-232 issues for technicians, consultants, students, educators, programmers, hobbyists and more
Covers Asynchronous modems and RS-232; RS-232-C operation in a Private Line Environment; Synchronous Environments Secondary Signals and Flow Control; Cross Connections; Interfacing equipment DTE versus DCE, cabling etc;
RS-232 Pin Assignments for Computers and Peripherals; interfacing problems and remedies; more.