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Re: BP-96 for satellite



The BP-96 plugs into the parallel port.
I suspect it should work since it is compatible to the G3RUH modem.

Ivan


"Douglas F. Bowling" wrote:

> Ivan- You would want to ask pointed questions about the BP96's ability to
> work with the serial port chips in newer computers.
>
> I have a BP-2M that worked fine on a 386. When I went to a pentium
> laptop, I found that the BP2M could not be consistently located by
> Baycom's BPMODE program. hence , I now have junk- I caleed Tigertronics
> and they admitted it's a problem on "some newer computers". They gave me
> various fixes that have not worked.
>
> 73,
> Doug
> AB8CJ
>
> On Mon, 10 Jan 2000 20:48:55 -0500 root <igalysh@tidalwave.net> writes:
> >Has anyone used the BP-96A Tigertronics 9600bd modem for satellite
> >downlinks? For  $96, it's a pretty cheap modem. I know there are
> >drivers
> >for Linux.
> >
> >Ivan
> >
> >
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