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legacy card

An older expansion card such as ISA. See legacy system and ISA bus.
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The type of response we had from visitors really helped confirm that the MESH system is a major threat, particularly to companies exhibiting legacy card access systems based on the old Wiegand proximity protocol" remarked Mr.
The PayGate solution has been designed to enable banks and transaction processors scale up to the demands of multiple card types -- credit, debit, stored value -- as well as integrate seamlessly with legacy card systems.
To be introduced is QUADPORT (4 of 16550/16650 Serial Ports), a 16 Bit PnP + Jumperless Legacy card permitting use of the entire 64K I/O range.
Llangollen-based Brythonium will be unveiling their range of recipe cards at the Hamper Llangollen food festival over the weekend (October 15 and 16) They will be showcasing their Family Legacy Cards which can also preserve precious memories and family traditions.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve as a simple yet elegant memorial of a deceased loved one, the Legacy Cards, has been developed by Kenneth Meyer of Easton, Pennsylvania.
Legacy cards and newer, advanced serial cards can be plugged into a compatible system slot, allowing for incremental upgrades.
The Tsi148 supports legacy cards because it is backwards compatible; capable of operating in VME64, 2eVME (VME160) and 2eSST (VME320) modes and so it is "plug and play" compatible with any other VME card in the chassis.
Also included is backwards compatibility with legacy cards and host devices that accept MultiMediaCards.