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Antonyms for asynchronous

(digital communication) pertaining to a transmission technique that does not require a common clock between the communicating devices


not synchronous

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The device also had to support any combination of bisync and SNA device types," he recalls.
Interfaces fall into several classes: local interfaces, providing four or eight independent channels; local multiplexers, supporting as many as 128 devices over two twisted pairs; gateways, for accessing IBM SNA or Bisync networks as well as X.
This is accomplished using intelligent line-monitoring units (LMUs) that monitor 3270 SDLC and bisync protocol-related activity and send the information to the 90/60 data base.
In Figure 1, one can see the normal data line monitor display of Bisync data.
The new OAS document transfer capabilities allow documents to be sent between OAS systems and non-OAS systems using Honeywell's DSA and IBM's SNA and bisync protocols.
WAN-attached branches, in particular, require a cost-effective solution for access to the new frame relay, leased line, or ATM networks, yet often still are required to support legacy devices such as automated teller machines, bisync printers, and ASCII terminals.
NCP is responsible for handling the line protocols, which could be 3270 bisync in addition to Synchronous Data-Link Control (SDLC), to the cluster controlers and other FEPs.
In addition to SNA terminals, the network supports bisync 3270 and selected asynchronous terminals.
As part of its WSN strategy, Wang has also introduced a "pathway" between its VS systems and an IBM or IBM plug-competible host over an IBM 3270 SNA or bisync network.
A variety of protocols (async, bisync, SDLC, HDLC, 8A1, 83B3, X.
25, SDLC, CDLC, Bisync, Poll-Select (TC500), ALC, and SCADA share a sensitivity to network delay known as latency.
Each of the eight channels is fully programmable to support many high-performance serial communications protocols, such as asynchronous, monosync, bisync, HDLC, SDLC, LAPB, LAPD, ISDN, and PPP.