elson at pico-systems.com
Sun May 29 21:09:22 CDT 2016
On 05/29/2016 08:52 PM, jwsmobile wrote:
> On 5/29/2016 5:15 PM, js at cimmeri.com wrote:
>> Wulf: this link would have worked as well :
>> Tangent: is it true as written that *all* "teletypes
>> speak 5-bit ITA2 code
No, certainly not. There are ASCII (7-bit) and other
varsions that probably spoke EIA code.
> I actually need to figure if I can use such a setup to be
> a terminal for systems with current loop I/O. I have a
> Microdata 1600 with an integrated TTY port for the console
> device, and I'd love to have an adapter which had USB
> serial (and for what it's worth, actual RS232 serial
> levels to a connector.
> This is from what I see attempting to run a TTY from a
> As to the second, the tangent the author puts in is wrong,
> I don't know if an ASR33 can run 5 level easily, but all
> I've ever used are ascii 8 bit machines.
ASR33 is an 8-bit machine.
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