My system is still taking from 15 seconds to 1 minute to see changes
to the frequency. I do have CTS-RTS jumpered. I don't have DSR-Carrier
detect since neither pins 1 nor 6 in the Kenwood have any connection.
They are Carrier Detect and DSR and I guess kenwood has no use for
The real problem is that the jumper information in the manual is not
consistent. It says for DB25 to use 6 to 8 (DSR-CD) and 4 to 5
(RTS-CTS). I think this is correct. The information for the DB9 which
I use says 1 to 6 (DSR-CD) which is the same function as the DB25 BUT
it says 4 to 7 (DTR-RTS) which is not at all the same thing. I think
it should be 7 to 8 (RTS-CTS) as on the DB25. This has caused me a LOT
of time and trouble. I hope I can avoid that for someone else.
Even with this setup, it still takes a long time to see changes and I
don't think that should happen but I don't think it will ever miss it
when you actually make a log entry so I will live with it.
Gil Baron W0MN email@example.com
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