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AMRL 16-Device x 12-Bit Multiplex Controller 75-300 Baud.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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In controlling psychophysical or other experiments, it is desirable to control stimuli using a computer. This relieves the experimenter from routine computations and manipulations while speeding the testing for the subject. The report is a technical order for a multiplex controller designed to perform that function electrically the controller looks like a standard TTY, making the computer interface task straightforward. The controller responds selectively to ASCII 11-unit code and can recognize instructions for any one of 16 buffers while ignoring traffic not addressed to it. Each buffer may contain 4, 8, or 12 bits. Author
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