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M300 and PC REPORT M300 Volume 3 Issue 5 1986

M300 and PC Report

ISSN: 0743-7633

Article publication date: 1 May 1986


A library that wishes to locate OCLC M300 Workstations and other terminals more than sixty feet apart is faced with an important decision. OCLC does not authorize the use of cables longer than sixty feet. This is also the longest cable obtainable from OCLC. OCLC's solution is to install an additional modem for the distant terminal or a pair of OCLC Line Extenders. The financial incentive for a library to use a longer cable as opposed to installing an additional OCLC Paradyne modem or the OCLC Line Extenders is significant.


(1986), "M300 and PC REPORT M300 Volume 3 Issue 5 1986", M300 and PC Report, Vol. 3 No. 5, pp. 1-8.




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