Re: [N1MM] CAT problem Kenwood TS570
> Using COM1 (built in real COM), 9600Bd 8N1, CAT-cable wired only withThe processor in the TS-570 is underpowered and will often drop the CTS
> RX and TX data.
line when the VFO is being tuned or when receiving too many commands at
one time. If you are looping CTS back to RTS as your description would
indicate, when the radio's controller drops CTS (to tell the computer
to stop sending data) it causes the rig to stop responding!
You need to wire the interface with lines for RxD, TxD, CTS, RTS and
ground (2,3,5,7 & 8) and N1MM Logger needs to be configured for either
*handshake* on RTS or RTS=Always On.
If, for some reason, you can not connect RTS/CTS externally, you will
need to install a pull-up resistor between the RTS pin and a source
of +5 to +12V in the rig (resistor should be 4k7 Ohms for +5V or 10K
... Joe, W4TV
On 6/25/2013 6:19 AM, dl1dqw wrote:
> For several days I try to connect my old TS570D via CAT to N1MM. The
> problem is often described here for TS450 and is the same with TS570. If
> I tune the rig with the knob CAT hangs – and doesn't start
> again. To find the reason I did some research but can't solve the
> Using COM1 (built in real COM), 9600Bd 8N1, CAT-cable wired only with RX
> and TX data.
> To see what happens I always used a port spy program in parallel.
> 1. 4800 Bd shows the same behaviour
> 2. "Set transceiver timeout time" is set to 200(max value) in
> the bandmap
> 3. same behaviour with "Kenwood" or "Kenwood slow"
> set in configuration
> 4. if I tune the trx via arrow buttons it works fine
> 5. restarting TS570 microprocessor by power off/on restarts CAT
> I tried this in Logger32. It works fine as long as I leave the
> "polling interval" >300ms, but with polling interval <= 200ms
> the failure occurs rapidly. The transmission speed doesn't matter.
> The failure occurs also at 4800Bd.
> While Logger32 ask for information with "IF" N1MM uses
> "IF", "FA" and "FB" commands.
> When in this situation the knob is also tuned the TS570 microprocessor
> seems to be overloaded. BTW: the transmission stops in the middle of the
> "IF" information that is send by TS570 and always at the same
> place. But this surely doesn't matter in this context.
> My question – how can I solve this problem by setting up N1MM?
> Best regards Steffen / DL1DQW
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