TitleUltra-low-cost network for personal computers, BYTE
AuthorClements, Ken; Daugherty, David
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DescriptionNote from donor: "Almost all those pieces of hardware have at least one RS-232C serial port. RS-232C was designed to provide point-to-point communication, and it requires some central manager "box" to produce a network. But, with as little as one diode per port, two resistors for the ends, and a -12 Volt source, you can turn RS-232C into ULCnet, the Ultra-Low-Cost Network."
The file was originally posted on the Information Technology Corporate Histories website as a .zip file by Emmanuel Roche on June 7, 2009 and reposted as a .pdf file by Luanne Johnson on February 8, 2012. Donated by Emmanuel Roche. 14 scanned pages.