IBM 1013

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The IBM 1013 Card Transmission Terminal was a device manufactured by IBM from 1961 which transmitted the data held on 80-column cards to a remote computer or another 1013.[1]

The speed was generally considered 100 cards per minute but could be faster if programmed to send/receive only a portion of the cards if all 80 columns were not used. It needed a full-duplex circuit to operate but at any given time could only transmit or receive.

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  1. ^ IBM Corporation. "IBM Archives Reference / FAQ / Products and Services". Retrieved September 4, 2012. 

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