1969-RS-232-C standard

rs standardThe RS-232-C standard for communications is adopted by the Electronic Industries Association. The standard was used to transmit information serially. That is one bit at a time. RS-232-C compatible ports were used for printers and modems. However, compared to more modern interfaces, serial connections were slow and bulky. Serial connections have since been replaced by USB ports.

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Apr
1969

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