This is another control signal that says that modems have completed their initial configuration session and are ready for transmission.
The signal that a terminal device sends to a host computer to indicate that a terminal is ready to receive data.
Modem interface signal defined in RS-232, which indicates to the modem that the terminal equipment is ready for transmission.
A hardware signal defined by the RS-232-C standard to indicate that the computer is ready to accept a transmission.
An RS-232 hardware handshaking signal sent from the data terminal equipment (DTE) indicating that is ready for communication with the data communication equipment (DCE).
A control signal sent from the data terminal equipment (DTE) to the data communications equipment (DCE) that indicates the DTE is on and ready to communicate.
An RS-232C signal that tells the modem the local computer (or terminal) is ready for data transmission.
Signal emitted by a computer indicating that it is ready to exchange signals with the modem.
A signal defined by RS232. It is a signal that passes from the DTE to the DCE to show that the terminal is ready to use the communications equipment.