AmbiCom Communication Port

Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: AmbiCom
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 11.5 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.0.6 / 05 Jul 2003

Windows device driver information for AmbiCom Communication Port

The AmbiCom Communication Port or serial port is a physical interface for serial communication through which information can be transferred out or in at 1 bit at a time. Transferring data via communication ports efficiently connect the computer system to peripheral devices like terminal and many others. While the interfaces for USB, FirWire and Ethernet all transfer data in a serial stream, the computing term serial or communication port typically identifies hardware that is compliant to the standard RS 232, which is designed to interface with communication devices such as modems. Currently, communication ports such as the AmbiCom Communication Port have been replaced with FireWire or USB to connect to devices. However, it is still widely used today in applications like consumer and industrial products, shop till systems, scientific analysis, and industrial automation systems. Server computers likewise make use of communication ports as a diagnostics control console. Network equipment like switches and routers carry out configuration by using serial consoles.

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Communication ports like the AmbiCom Communication Port are still widely utilized since they are affordable, simple but their console features are widespread and highly standardized. Further, communication ports require very little software support from the host computer. The RS 232 standard is utilized by various custom built and specialized devices, these include dial up modems, computer terminals, networking such as Apple’s Appletalk, printers, serial mouse devices, GPS receivers, older joysticks, satellite phones and older mobile phones. It is likewise used by EPROM, microcontrollers and other programmers, point of sale (POS) devices, barcode scanners, LCD and LED text displays, older digital cameras, electronic device that are homemade, and select CNC controllers. The AmbiCom Communication Port can also be utilized for updating a firmware on different types of consumer products, for UPS (uninterruptible power supply, and measuring and test equipment like weighing systems and digital multimeters. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AmbiCom Communication Port errors before installing any driver updates.