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Bit-Oriented Control Procedures for Computer-to-Computer Communications Systems

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Brian Tymann ; Principal Engineer at Honeywell Information Systems; Honeywell Alternate representative to ANSI Task Groups: x353.4 - Data Communication Control Procedures, and x353.5 - Data Communications System Performance.

BIT-ORIENTED CONTROL PROCEDURES ARE A NEW GENERATION OF COMMUNICATION LINK CONTROL PROCEDURES WHICH HAVE EVOLVED DURING THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS. THESE NEW PROCEDURES OFFER MANY ADVANTAGES OVER CHARACTER-ORIENTED OR BASIC MODE CONTROL PROCEDURES WHICH ARE COMMONLY USED TODAY. BECAUSE OF THIS, IT IS EXPECTED THAT BIT-ORIENTED CONTROL PROCEDURES WILL EVENTUALLY REPLACE CHARACTER-ORIENTED PROCEDURES FOR MOST SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS APPLICATIONS.

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Computer  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 2 )