[VHFcontesting] Thunderbolt GPS 10 MHz Clock
beamar at aol.com
Wed May 1 08:18:00 EDT 2013
I probably have not tried an FTDICHIP. I have three adapter cables and I have no idea what any of them are. What I have tried, to no avail, is telling Windows to run the software simulating XP. I changed the COM port number to a low number. I tried three different adapter cables and even tried plugging in a different serial cable to the GPS. Just for fun, I am going to try it on a different computer. Also I am going to purchase another adapter based on a couple of recommendations, including the one below.
On May 1, 2013, at 6:50:47 AM, "Colin VE3MSC" <ve3msc at cogeco.ca> wrote:
From: "Colin VE3MSC" <ve3msc at cogeco.ca>
Subject: Re: [VHFcontesting] Thunderbolt GPS 10 MHz Clock
Date: May 1, 2013 6:50:47 AM EDT
To: BEAMAR at aol.com, vhfcontesting at contesting.com
Try a USB/serial adapter based on the FTDICHIP chipset.
At 08:37 AM 2013-04-30, BEAMAR at aol.com wrote:
>Has anyone succeeded in getting the monitoring software (tboltmon.exe) for
>the Trimble Thunderbolt GPS to run under Windows 7? I used to run this
>software on an old XP box, that had a real serial port. Can't seem
>to get it to
>work with 7, using a USB/serial adapter.
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