Interactive laboratory automation aid: The research device coupler

@article{Guido1975InteractiveLA,
  title={Interactive laboratory automation aid: The research device coupler},
  author={A. Guido and H. Cole and L. B. Kreighbaum},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={1975},
  volume={63},
  pages={1509-1513}
}
A set of hardware modules collectively called the research device coupler (RDC) has been designed to bring instrumentation interfacing capability to scientists using interactive terminal-oriented systems. The scientist familiar with APL, Fortran, PL/1, or Basic may now exercise the digital and analog I/O facilities of the RDC using these high-level languages. The RDC is an ensemble of modular I/O units with built-in functions which act with, or as, a terminal. Its primary distinction is that it… Expand
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