A device that allows the connection of two DTE devices without the need of a modem.
a device that enables CPU's, Host Computers, PC's, and Terminal devices to communicate, eliminating the need for costly phone lines and modems
See null modem cable.
A device that can replace a modem in some instances when the distance to be covered is short. It takes the power it needs to operate from the transmission line.
A device that functions as two modems to provide service for data terminal equipment (DTE) and data communication equipment (DCE).
A device used to connect a local terminal and a computer port. The modem eliminator replaces the pair of modems ordinarily required.
A device used to connect a local terminal and a computer port in lieu of the pair of modems that they would ordinarily connect to.
Device allowing connection of two DTE devices without modems.
A device that connects a workstation directly to a computer port through a wired connector with a specific pin arrangement. When two devices both function as DTEs (data terminal equipment), the cable that connects them must transmit send and receive signals using a modem eliminator. Synonymous with null modem.