Difference between revisions of "Serial Port"

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Revision as of 17:28, 5 February 2006

Most older ThinkPads have a Male DB-9 RS232 Serial Port, capable of running up to 115,200bps

Current ThinkPads no longer have a physical serial port, but still have the logic integrated, all that is required is to attach the ThinkPad to a supported Dock or Port Replicator with a serial port.

ThinkPads produced from 1994 onwards have a NS16550A compatible uart.

Models featuring this Technology

Legacy UART

16550A compatible UART

16550B compatible UART