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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by rafi, Nov 8, 2005.

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  1. rafi

    rafi Guest

    hi frenz,
    plz tell me that is there any cable which follow rs323 standard? if
    present tell me about rs323.
    thank you
     
  2. Guest

    You mean rs232 don't you. Google it up. Of course Googling rs323 will
    not give anything useful.
     
  3. Guest

  4. rafi

    rafi Guest

    no man what I mentioned is RS323 only not RS232.thanks for your reply.
     
  5. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    No such thing as RS323 standard.
    Even Google, when queried on RS323 gives results for RS232, and it is
    obvious that where the text "RS323" occurs in the Google results, that
    it is an error that should read "RS232".
    So mention RS323 all you want; will do you no good.
     
  6. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Never heard of RS323 and the only references I can find to it are typo's
    actually referring to RS232. What have you seen it in?

    Ken
     
  7. Guest

    Well... RS only stands for Recommended Standard. The actual standard
    referred to is the EIA and/or TIA standard. Like RS 232 and RS 485 are
    actually formally defined as EIA 232 and EIA 485. So, with this in mind
    I went to TIA's website:

    www.tiaonline.org

    just for fun. And lo and behold, there is a standard EIA 323 but I
    don't think it's really what rafi wants:

    EIA-323: Air-Convection-Cooled, Life Test Environment for Lead-Mounted
    Semiconductor Devices

    OK, so the answer to rafi's original question, YES there is a standard
    number 323.
    But NO, there are no such cables which follows this standard :p

    :-D
     
  8. RS423 did exist for a while.
     
  9. Guest

    What do you think the test environments are built with, string?

    (and duct tape, of course)
     
  10. Guest

    Funny... Of course the test environment may have cables. But its the
    test environment (or lead-mounted semiconductor devices? Don't know,
    didn't read the standard) that conforms to the standard. Not the cables
    :-D
     
  11. Don Bowey

    Don Bowey Guest

    If you knew what it is built with, you MIGHT have posted something useful
    instead of smart-assed nonsense.


    The OP is clearly not aware of which Standard is wanted, but 232 is the best
    bet.

    Most, if not all, of the 232 series of RSs and Standards, offer some insight
    to the interconnecting cable "requirements," but they are included in an
    appendix, which is an *Information Only* portion of the document. It does
    not provide any absolute requirements.

    My latest 232 document is ANSI/EIA/TIA-232-E-1991. If the OP will clearly
    state what info is needed, I will look it up for him. Or you can order a
    later one from ANSI.

    Don
     
  12. Jack// ani

    Jack// ani Guest

    I guess OP is saying RS423 or RS422.
     
  13. Paul Burke

    Paul Burke Guest

    And if you'd read the OPs responses, you wouldn't have thought he was
    talking about RS232. He said he MEANS RS323, which no one, and not even
    Noone, knows anything about.

    Paul Burke
     
  14. Don Bowey

    Don Bowey Guest

    And if you'd read the content (context) it's clear he does NOT want RS323.

    Don
     
  15. Note also he wondered "if there is any real standard to RS-xxx". Either
    it's standard or it's not, by the very definition of its designation. And
    whether or not he got the number right, he did include the "RS" part,
    which does indicate a standard.

    And given the wording of the original post, something about pinouts,
    it does indicate a serial or parallel port, whatever the exact number.

    Which actually reinforces the case that he was talking RS-232. Isn't
    that just about the signal, with the actual lines not being part of
    the standard? Certainly, the pinout of RS-232 connectors is not
    part of the standard.

    ONe does indeed often have to read the questions and try to figure
    out what the poster is asking, rather than providing a literal answer.

    Michael
     
  16. Paul Burke

    Paul Burke Guest

    This is what the OP rafi () responded to those
    posted replies about RS232:

    "no man what I mentioned is RS323 only not RS232.thanks for your reply."

    Paul Burke
     
  17. And from the original post:
    "plz tell me that is there any cable which follow rs323 standard? if
    present tell me about rs323."

    Michael
     
  18. Don Bowey

    Don Bowey Guest

    To split a hair: RS denotes a recommended standard, not a "Standard." Most
    everyone accepted the material in the early 232 documents AS Standard,
    however.
    The type of connector, pin placement/alignment, dimensions, and pin
    assignments are all, definitely part of the Standard.
     
  19. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    [snip]
    [snip]

    And I designed the MC1488 and MC1489 to the RECOMMENDED STANDARD
    RS232, which is rarely ever followed now-a-days :-(

    How many out there now actually do ±10V signaling ??

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  20. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    If he'd answer my question "What have you seen it in?" we'd know whether
    he's typo'd or whatever and there'd be no need for further debate. (Big hint
    Rafi - any clues??).

    Cheers.

    Ken
     
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