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RS-232 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2637 words)
In telecommunications, TIA 232 formerly EIA-232, formerly EIA RS-232 (the RS meaning Recommended Standard) and most commonlly known as just RS-232 is a standard for serial binary data interconnection between a DTE (Data terminal equipment) and a DCE (Data communication equipment).
While the control lines of the RS 232 interface were originally intended for call setup and takedown, other "handshakes" may be required by one or the other device.
Connection of a current-loop device to a compliant RS 232 port requires a level translator; current-loop devices are capable of supplying voltages in excess of the withstand voltage limits of a compliant device.
The Crash of United Flight 232 by Capt. Al Haynes (13615 words)
UAL 232: Confirm we have no hydraulic fluid, which means we have no elevator control, almost none, and very little aileron control.
Sioux City: United 232 heavy, if you can't make the airport, sir, there's an interstate that runs north to south to the east side of the airport, it's a four-lane interstate.
UAL 232: We have the runway in sight, and will be with you shortly.
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