13851Re: [tracker2] Re: new T3-135
- Apr 2, 2012Did you disable the 'auto detect' option and check 'disable turbo'?
On 3/31/2012 9:24 PM, Bill L wrote:
> Well good luck! I have had mine about a week. I haven't been able to get
> it to work at all. It is very tricky to get the TNC to communicate with
> the PC. The serial port does not work at all. It always gives me an
> error "cannot connect to serial port". If I open the serial port in
> PuTTY it spits out characters. So it is always sending information. I
> have found that if the serial is connected I cannot connect with USB.
> Then the firmware got corrupted, I was getting read errors, write errors
> connection errors. I finally was able to get the firmware back on it and
> save the changes made like call sign etc. All I want to do is transmit
> my weather from my Davis Pro 2 over the air! I have not been able to
> transmit anything. Sadly if I put the Alinco back in the radio it will
> be fine. I emailed the company for an RMA but have not heard anything.
> It seems I am on my own.
> I will try and help the best I can and I'd love to know how you do.
> "A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government
> big enough to take from you everything you have" -Gerald Ford
> *From:* Ron N9SZV <n9szv@...>
> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org
> *Sent:* Saturday, March 31, 2012 7:54 PM
> *Subject:* [tracker2] Re: new T3-135
> I just ordered a new one today 3/31/12 I sure hope I don't have this
> much problems like this guy did!! I don't plane on using the USB so I
> will just keep it into the cover and use the 9 pin ser port on the radio
> like the old EJ-41U internal TNC board.
> Ron N9SZV
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:tracker2%40yahoogroups.com>,
> Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
> > On 3/29/2012 1:19 PM, Randy wrote:
> > >
> > > Just received my T3-135. I was searching for domestication on the USB
> > > port. I had one of the pre release T2-135 boards and could not remember
> > The T3-135's USB port is completely feral and undomesticated. Try not
> > to provoke it.
> > > the USB port. That was a lot of brain cells ago. I look forward to the
> > > new documentation.
> > It's also undocumented. Usage is just like the OTUSB and OT3m and needs
> > the same .INF file.
> > You should have received a short extension cable with it. You have to
> > install the board at an odd angle to make it fit - I'll post a picture
> > later but it should be fairly evident. That should be corrected in the
> > next board rev.
> > The cable runs out the back, in the slot for the speaker jack. You'll
> > need to bend or cut that tab on the cover to make room. That's assuming
> > you want the USB port on the outside, of course. With that done, you
> > now have a standard USB type B receptacle and can use a USB A to B cable
> > to connect it.
> > Scott
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