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Re: Two rotor sets continued



Some rotors have the RS232 interface---a DIN connector and other no so!
I bought an older G5400 and added the connector.  Cliff K7RR

On Sat, 9 Dec 2000, Anthony Monteiro wrote:

> At 06:52 AM 12/9/00 -0700, you wrote:
> 
> >To clarify, what I had in mind was a way to drive two (or even three) 
> >G-5400's together at the same time without needing a separate 
> >rotor/interface/PC for each.  Depending on the satellite configuration the 
> >uplink and downlink may be on different rotors.
> >
> >There has been so much discussion I haven't had time to read it all 
> >thoroughly, but it seems no one has a simple solution.  I had thought this 
> >problem might have been solved by now with a hand full of components.
> 
> Hi Jim,
> I must not understand the problem. Doesn't the 5400 have an
> RS-232 interface? It seems pretty simple to just drive 2 of
> them from a COM port with a simple "splitter." What's wrong
> with this? Thanks!
> 73,
> Tony
> 
> Tony AA2TX@amsat.org
> North Andover, MA
> 
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