coupler

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coupler

Any device that joins two objects, e.g., a video endoscope to its light source.
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The lumped-element model for the acoustic coupler, the source, and the tube is shown in Fig.
By 1983 Cassel and Costello were transmitting biofeedback data via acoustic couplers for four modalities between Adelaide South Australia and San Diego.
Starting with 300 bps acoustic couplers that "cradled" telephone handsets to make a data connection, one of the industry's most successful modem lines, the MultiModem(R) evolved providing the lineage to today's voice/data/fax models, fax servers and embedded technologies.
invented and sold the first acoustic couplers used to transmit data over public telephone lines.