From: Sam Ismail <dastar_at_ncal.verio.com>
Date: Tue Dec 8 00:28:44 1998

On Mon, 7 Dec 1998, Daniel A. Seagraves wrote:

> It was an NCR 260. Printing terminal, not a computer. Talks 300/110
> baud, and has EIA and DAA ports. (DAA= Bell's Data Access
> Arrangement? What was this?)

Me & Eric Smith were just going over this trying to figure out whether or
not we needed one for the original DC Hayes S100 modem card. The DAA was
basically a device that converted the digital signals coming off the card
into analog tones. You could only get this from Bell back in the day and
you had to pay dearly for it.

The plexi-glass covered box that comes with the Hayes Micromodem ][ is a

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