[NA-User] NA, CT, and the DX Doubler

k9tm k9tm@buckeye-express.com
Tue, 29 Oct 2002 10:44:33 -0500


Top-Ten makes available the instructions for the device in PDF format on
their website.  You can get there from qth.com.  All the info you need
is in the docs (they appear to be good, as usual with Top-Ten products).

Or you can use this link... http://www.qth.com/topten/DXD.HTM and then
click on the link to "Instruction Manual".


Jimk8mr@aol.com wrote:
> I'm planning an SS visit to a QTH that normally uses CT, but has NA
> available.  I'd prefer to use NA (I'm more familiar with NA, and for some God
> awful reason, if you push F2 with nothing entered in the callsign field, CT
> sends the previous QSO number), but then there is the problem with the
> compatability of the TopTen Devices DX Doubler with NA instead of CT.
> Rather than internally reconfiguring the DX Doubler, I think the easiest
> solution would be a "null modem" like adapter that would route the NA info
> from the computer to the CT-expecting DX Doubler at the proper pins.  Does
> anybody have readily available the pin numbers that would need to be switched
> to fool the DX Doubler? Also, is the DB-25 on the DX Doubler male or female?
> 73  -  Jim K8MR
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