baud modifier

David Griffith dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu
Sun Mar 11 15:29:12 CDT 2007


On Sun, 11 Mar 2007, Tony Duell wrote:

> > I'm thinking of a device that would step down the speed of an rs232
> > connection from, say, 9600 to 110.  The idea is to allow a computer that
> > can't do 110 to talk to an ASR33 teletype.  Does such a device exist?
>
> Are there many computers (apart from the BBC Micro!) that can do 9600
> baud but not 110 baud? I ask merely for information.

The Spare Time Gizmos SBC6120 (single board pdp8e clone) allows 38,400,
9600, 1200, and 300.  There's a permanent mod that adds 110, but I'm put
off by the permanent part.  You also lose the 38,400 setting.

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David Griffith
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