Enhanced capabilities port



hardware
(ECP) The most common parallel printer interface on current (1997) IBM PC compatibles.
Enhanced Capabilities Port is defined in standard IEEE 1284. It is bi-directional and faster than earlier parallel ports.
Not to be confused with Extended Capabilities Port.
(1997-12-01)

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