ASCII terminal


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ASCII terminal

A simple input/output device that transmits and receives ASCII data. See dumb terminal.
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In addition, each analyzer now offers ASCII terminal mode, permitting remote control of the Interview 30B and 40B and the Comstate I.
So, whether you have a brand new Pentium processor in your PC running the latest version of Windows, or a monochrome ASCII terminal, you can take advantage of SIRSI's Z39.50 client to access the world of information," said Greg Hathorn, SIRSI director of Sales and Marketing.
In addition to its two AUI ports, it also has a serial port for an ASCII terminal acting as a local management console.
Timeplex of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey calls its family of protocol converters "Tru-Blu." The Tru-Blu 78 allows a standard asynchronous ASCII terminal to substitute for a synchronous 3278 terminal in SNA networks.
It stores configurations for 15 ASCII terminal profiles.
The user may have any PC or Macintosh computer or ASCII terminal as long as it is capable of establishing an RS-232 connection.
This approach is not dissimilar to dumb ASCII terminals connected via RS-232 links back to a mainframe located in a secure glasshouse that was the pervasive means of office computing just 20 years ago.