The RS-232 Solution -- how to use your serial port; For PC and Macintosh with practical examples.
Sybex 1984, second edition 1989; 196 pages, diagrams and photographs, index; list of other books from sybex etc. at rear.
Condition: Very Good, 8x10 glossy coated softcover. the binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
1980's computers and computing,
Computers and Society,
Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals,
General microcomputer and Misc. manufacturers,
Electronic and Electrical Engineering,
Home Computers, Personal Computers,
Word Processing, Data Processing
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Provides fool-proof methods for hooking up peripheral equipment to your PC or Macintosh computer serial port, including how to link to printers, terminals, modems, plotters... Part one covers all the details about the basics of interfacing, including connector pins, UART, logic levels, handshaking, tricks and flips, noise, cabling and cabling tools; Part Two uses real-world case studies to explain some common interfaces -- IBM PC, Apple Macintosh, Spinwriter, KayPro, Epson, Smarmodem and more.