NEC PC 8201A Accessory?

From: Marvin <>
Date: Wed Jun 18 10:56:24 1997

Brett wrote:
> Are they 50 pin Centronics? If they are, it could be a telephone tester.
> The Centronics port (at 50 pins) would take a "whip" and let you test
> all the lines on a PBX or straight telephone cable.
> If they are 36 pin Centronics I really don't know what used NRZ encoding
> in the early 80's except tape drives - or maybe its a tester for a radio
> land line from studio to tramsmitter - it does have the Mod-ulation BNC
> connection.
> Other than that - I'm stumped 8-) Who made it - NEC?

I'm stumped too :). I just checked and they are 36 pin Centronics
connectors. I can't rememeber where the computer it was attached to
came from, but a friend of mine wanted it and now he has it. And yes,
it was also manufactured by NEC.
Received on Wed Jun 18 1997 - 10:56:24 BST

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