Changeset 118 in t29-www


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Oct 7, 2009, 5:29:36 PM (13 years ago)
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heribert
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  • en/development-projects: Just some typos

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    4040<p>We were often in a situation when some data stored on a punched paper needed
    41 to be sent on long distances. Having Internet access and e-mail, that's no matter
     41to be sent over long distances. Having Internet access and e-mail, that's no matter
    4242for todays computers, once you can read in paper tapes. The other way around,
    43 punching new or modified data on punched papers is a frequent need in our daily
    44 business. <br/>Therefore we've initiated the <b>Paper Tape Project</b> with the
     43punching new or modified data on punched papers is also a frequent need in our daily
     44business. <br/>Therefore we initiated the <b>Paper Tape Project</b>, having the
    4545pronounced goal to handle paper tapes with contemporary computers, that is, to
    4646read, change and write (punch) them.</p>
    47 <p>We used comparatively new punched paper devices that already feature a Centronics
    48 interface at TTL level. Unfortunately the devices (in details: reader
    49 Ghilmetti FER 201, puncher FACIT 4070) aren't yet implementing the Centronics
     47<p>We use comparatively new punched paper devices that already feature a Centronics
     48interface at TTL level. Unfortunately the devices (in detail: reader
     49Ghilmetti FER 201, puncher FACIT 4070) didn't yet implement the Centronics
    5050common standard from the 1970s (officially standardized as IEEE-1284 not until 1994),
    51 therefore connecting those devices with a simple parallel port printer cable
     51therefore simply connecting those devices with a standard parallel port printer cable
    5252won't do the job.</p>
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