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Model 2011   Data Connect Enterprise, Inc. Serial Communications Products The Patton Model 2010 and 2011 async to sync converters let asynchronous DTEs communicate over synchronous analog or digital connections. The Model 2010 supports data rates from 150 bps to 19.2 kbps. The Model 2011 supports data rates from 19.2 to 64 kbps. Both models plug directly into a local...
Model 9338   S.I. Tech, Inc. Serial Communications Products Model 9338 combines connector to connector compatibility with outstanding performance characteristics. It supports full duplex transmission between RS-232-C compatible EDP equipment at distances up to 15,000 feet. It operates at speeds from 110 bps to 56 Kbps. An asynchronous, simplex or full...
Model 2458   S.I. Tech, Inc. Time Division Multiplexers (TDM) Model 2428/2458 is an 8 channel communication system providing 8 Bit-Driver links using one optical cable interface. The 2428 provides 8 full duplex RS422 channels for any data rate on any channel(s) up to 76.8 Kbps. The 2458 provides 8 half duplex RS485 channels. The data rate must be set...
PMC-OCTPRO-422   GE Intelligent Platforms Serial Communications Products PMC-OCTPRO-422 expands eight high-performance asynchronous RS-422 serial channels to a PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC). The PMC provides high channel density for serial I/O and data communications applications requiring a large number of serial channels in a restricted space. Embedded applications make...
MVI46-N2   ProSoft Technology, Inc. Network Cards and Network Controllers The MVI46-N2 module acts as an input/output module between the Johnson Controls Metasys network and the Rockwell Automation backplane. The module is capable of receiving commands from a master device. The data transfer from the SLC processor is asynchronous from the actions on the Johnson Controls...
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  • Medical Device Link . Using Asynchronous Process Manufacturing for Product Development
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  • Implementation of an Asynchronous Serial I/O
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    at 100 Mbps from HP. This proposal falls under an IEEE 802.12. standard. • FDDI fiber optic networks rated at 100 Mbps. • Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is an advanced networking technology that. features a scaleable bandwidth and supports multiple information types, such as. voice, video, image
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