1. Specific location of a point
which to attach conductors or measure electricity. "Test terminal," "screw terminal."
for the end of a wire
to aid in attachment. "Ring terminal
," "crimp terminal
," "solderless terminal
3. A "dumb" computer, such as a Wyse 55
, that must be connected to a host or mainframe to function.
4. A program found on many personal computers that allows an advanced user to send
and receive modem commands or serial protocols directly.