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Re: Null Modem Cable



You need to use a serial-to-USB adapter. You can't
just wire the pins on a DB-9 to a USB plug. Since I'm
not aware of (doesn't somebody doesn't make one) a
Null-Modem USB-to-Serial converter, you'll still need
a null-modem adapter to connect to the converter.
--- ka5sma@bellsouth.net wrote:
> am trying to cable new computer to my 847...the
> software I am using says be
> sure and use a "null modem" cable..
> I need to go from Serial 9 Pin.on the  847 ..to a
> USB.....since USB
> connector  only has 8 pins...arent all Serial 9 pin
> to USB cables "nule
> modem"  ??(pin 9 not connected)
>  
>  
>  
>  
> Mike KA5SMA
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