BAUD


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AcronymDefinition
BAUD[not an acronym] unit of signaling speed equal to one code element per second
BAUDBinary Assembly Unassembly Data
BAUDBlazing Access Using Dialup
BAUDBits at Unit Density
BAUDBio-Acoustical Utilization Device (behavioral therapy)
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The two Milacron CNC mills now permit transmission rates of 9600 baud, and the two Shizuoka CNC mills accept code at 2400 baud.
Hardware: MacIIxi design workstation with 8 megabytes of RAM, 100-300 megabyte internal hard drive, laser printer, full-color, high-resolution, refrigerator-sized double-page display monitor, accelerator board, network hardware including a file server to link your department with other workstations and client groups, cd-room drive, mass magnetic media storage system, 9600 baud modem, color scanner, color printer and maybe even a super high resolution output device such as a Linotronic L-300.
By reducing the resolution of the x-ray from diagnostic quality to "consultative" quality of 1024 by 768 by 8 bits of gray scale (1,024 by 768 by 256 bits of data) that can be presented on a standard Super VGA computer monitor, the image will pass over the 9,600 baud modem in 5.83 hours.
The most affordable modem listed for the Commodore system was the Commodore 1660, a 300 baud modem, at $19.95.
Connection at 9600 baud is also available thruough other numbers.
The Model 93 provides full duplex synchronous serial data communication from 150 to 19,200 baud using a Manchester Encoded self-clocking signal.
The most important difference among them is in the baud rate, the speed at which they send information.
* An oscillator and clock prescalar that support a range of baud rates.
The baud rate is user selectable with operating speeds up to 1.5 Mbps for RS232 and up to 3 Mbps for RS-485/422.
To give users total control of company-wide serial networks, the Q4 Buffered Smart Switch and software manages communication of serial devices, including baud rates, handshake requirements, device names and documentation management.