Serial cables are an integral part of electronic devices.

These cables connect each section of a computer or other device and transmit data seamlessly. When creating serial cable designs, it is important to consider many factors.

These include the performance requirements, the size of the products to be built, and the plug and socket types to be used. As you likely know, a "serial cable" is a device that transmits data signals.

In computing, a serial cable is a long cable used to connect devices or peripherals. The cables most commonly used to connect peripherals to computers are sometimes called null-modem cables because their data signals resemble those on a telephone line (as opposed to the twisted-pair cable used by most modems).

The most common form of serial cable is the cable connecting two DTEs (devices, such as a printer or scanner, that communicate with a computer via a serial port). This is commonly called a "null-modem cable" because the cable sometimes resembles a telephone cable.

All of our fully-loaded serial cables are compatible with our printers, modems, and other serial peripheral devices. It's ideal for connecting a serial device to a switch box, or simply extending a cable with these DB25 Male to DB25 Male and Female to DB25 Female cables.

To reduce EMI/RFI interference, they, like the rest of our high-quality cables, are foil insulated.

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