Early Hayes Modems

From: Gene Buckle <geneb_at_deltasoft.com>
Date: Mon Dec 18 18:32:27 2000

> Gene Buckle writes:
> > Does anyone here know where I can obtain a Hayes Chronograph?
> I vaguely remember those, but I can't remember what they do.
> (I mean, I know it's a clock. :)

It's basically a clock you can talk to using special AT commands. It came
in the same aluminum extrusion case that the Hayes 300,1200 and 2400 baud
modems came it. It was part of the Hayes Stack family if memory serves.
It had two serial connectors on it - one went to the serial port on the
host, the other connected to another (typically Hayes) modem.

OBTrivia: The Hayes Smartmodem 300 could send morse code using "AT C"
followed by the dot/dash sequence you wanted. Did any other modem have
this ability?

Received on Mon Dec 18 2000 - 18:32:27 GMT

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