Just make sure you don't use a "Null Modem" cable.
Without digging into the books to see what pins
correspond in a dB-25 to a DB-9, make sure that
each goes direct, i.e. RX to RX, TX to TX, etc.
Then, make sure you have the address set in the Omni and
turn on the function that allows the OMNI to report continuously.
The last is the one to look at first, as it is not the default
From: John & Annette Nicholson <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, December 27, 1998 9:02 AM
Subject: [TenTec] Omni VI: DB9 vs DB25
>I am in the process of connecting my Omni VI to a 9 pin serial connector
>on the back of my pc (the only available I/O port). I see the wiring
>diagram in the TT Manual...is this a standard wiring configuration to
>go from the 25 pin on the back of the Omni to the 9 pin on my pc? Or
>do I need to specially wire my own cable? My old pc had a 25 pin
>serial port so was no problem. Today I tried a 25 pin to 25 pin cable with
>a 9 pin adapter...but it didn't work. Any ideas?
>Thanks...and Happiest of New Year's to all...
>73 K7FD John
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