M H Stein
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Mon Mar 12 00:49:58 CDT 2007
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 01:17:07 +0000
From: Pete Turnbull <pete at dunnington.plus.com>
Subject: Re: baud modifier
>On 11/03/2007 09:53, David Griffith 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?
>> What's it really called? Does anyone have any schematics for one?
>I have a device called a MicroFazer that will do this. It was actually
>sold as a printer buffer, but it has serial as well as parallel input,
>and serial and parallel output, with several hundred K of buffer in
I have a few of these as well (in case anybody wants one), but mine do NOT
do 110 baud (150 minimum); are you sure yours does? Also AFAIK they
were all unidirectional (except for XON/XOFF of course).
Mine are serial to serial, 150 to 19200bd, 64K buffer BTW.
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