ANSI terminal

ANSI terminal

An early character-based display terminal that executed standard ANSI commands to control the cursor, clear the screen and set colors. The commands were preceded with an escape character (ANSI escape codes), and although widely used in the 1980s, ANSI commands still exist in various communications programs. Prior to the ANSI standard, terminals used proprietary commands. See escape code.
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Designed for embedded applications without wired communications ports, Arium's flagship SourcePoint(TM) debugger provides ANSI terminal functionality over the target debug communications channel (DCC) -- and straight from system reset.
The only requirement is that the communications software being used must allow the computer to emulate a VT-100 or ANSI terminal.
2 upgrade features are available in Reflection 1 for HP 3000 and 9000 connectivity, Reflection 2 for VT 420 and ANSI terminal connectivity (UNIX and Digital hosts, and BBSs), and Reflection 4 for VT 340 connectivity (Digital graphics plus all the terminal types supported in Reflection 2).
Lynx requires VT-100 or ANSI terminal emulation, capabilities found in nearly all software for PCs and Macs.
0 is enhanced for seamless network and batch installations, and backward compatibility with existing systems with support for EBanyan, IBanyan, SCO ANSI terminal emulation, and the PC/TCP applications programming interface.
WRQ's Reflection for Windows products include the market-leading Reflection 1 for HP 3000 and 9000 connectivity, Reflection 2 for VT 420 and ANSI terminal (UNIX, Digital, and BBS connectivity), and Reflection 4 for VT 340 (Digital graphics plus all the terminal types supported in Reflection 2 connectivity).
o VT100, VT52 and ANSI terminal emulation o Improved scripting language with conditional statements,
0 include the market-leading Reflection 1 for HP 3000 and 9000 connectivity, Reflection 2 for VT420 and ANSI terminal (UNIX, Digital and BBS) connectivity, and Reflection 4 for VT340 (Digital graphics plus all the terminal types supported in Reflection 2) connectivity.
SLnet is essential to our application and permits utilization of ANSI terminal emulation instead of proprietary protocols.
An RS232 communications port on the Solo Encore provides access to the SNMP workstation, Digital Link Management System (DLMS) workstation, ANSI terminal, terminal server or a dial-up modem.
SYRED's Raid Manager is built into the controller's firmware, and is compatible with all ANSI terminals.
VXL Instruments, a manufacturer of ASCII and ANSI terminals, will incorporate the ICA protocol in future versions of its network terminal product line, which will be available in early 1997.