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GN Telematic 4601 Tape Reader/Punch Station

The GNT 4601 is a combination paper tape reader/punch device. It handles serial data at speeds of up to 1200 baud, and all data and control signals conform to RS232C/V24 and RS423. There is also a current loop facility and a parallel input for the punch.

The GNT 4601 is intended for word processing systems and version A incorporates facilities for conversion between ASCII and Telex code.

The GNT 4601 has two signal connectors and can be inserted between a computer and a terminal. The Reader/Punch combo can also be used as a terminal itself. Tapes can be duplicated.

Date : June 1982

Manufacturer : GN Telematic

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41928. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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