Analog modem emulator?
trixter at oldskool.org
Mon Aug 15 13:27:45 CDT 2005
Tony Duell wrote:
>>>Sounds like the cards were approximately contemporary.
>>That's perfectly reasonable. It could be that the Serial card was meant
>>for local interfacing to serial peripherals while the Communications card
>>was meant for "high-speed" telecommunications applications.
> Yes. The bit-banger is fairly usless for serial input, although it's fine
> for output. I suspect it was mainly used for driving a serial printer (I
Can someone clarify what "bit-banger" means and why it was different from a
contemporary serial interface card?
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