[nos-bbs] PK232 stuff
kd7nm at pugetsound.net
Mon May 26 16:32:11 EDT 2008
As one of the folks who worked at a customer support tech at AEA, the best
input I can give you is that all the programs that really worked well with
AEA host mode performed active pollling.
Also, it seems like I recall seeing that AEA's 7.0 Pactor implementation
isn't "binary pure" - a change fixed in the 7.1 firmware. If I recall
right, it's mentioned somewhere in the Airmail docs on using the PK-232
So you might have to bite the bullet and exercise the serial port a whole
73 and good luck!
AEA customer service, 1/90 - 3/94
On Sunday 25 May 2008 15:19:35 Maiko Langelaar (ve4klm) wrote:
> Hi Jan,
> > What firmware are you using in the PK232 ?
> It's a true AEA PK-232MBX (red, yellow, and green leds).
> It's Release 01.Dec.93, Ver 7.0 - It does do pactor, and I see
> that Airmail 2000 apparently works with that same version.
> The way I wrote the driver is with HPOLL OFF - the tnc sends me
> a status when it wants to, without me polling for it. I may have
> to rethink that strategy and poll for information now. It's just
> the way I started writing the driver, it was easier that way.
> Back to the drawing board :)
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