MAX232: The classic IC lives on since 1988

MAX232: The classic IC lives on since 1988

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by Len Sherman @ edn.com:

The June 23, 1988 issue of EDN included a Maxim Design News insert where we asked “Who in their right mind would choose a computer interface standard that uses ±12V supplies, requires expensive connectors, works over a limited distance, is error prone, difficult to network, and has no current loop isolation?” Yet, here we are 28 years later and the classic interface lives on, particularly in industrial applications and applications that need to connect just one peripheral to a host computer.

MAX232: The classic IC lives on since 1988 – [Link]

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