Definitions for "RS-422"
Designed to extend the 50' limit of RS232, this is a specification for serial data connections between digital terminal equipment (DTE) and data communications equipment (DCE). Signal is balanced. May be either synchronous or asynchronous. 5000' limit.
EIA standard for differential signalling format for binary data. Capable of higher speeds over greater distance as compared to RS-232.
A high-speed electrical interface defined by the CCITT (Consultative Committee of International Telegraph and Telephone), supporting data rates of up to 768 Kbps over up to 300 feet of cable.
Is the Sony protocol for communicating with video devices.
An edit control protocol found on professional video equipment.