[time-nuts] FE-5680A OSMT connector / RS232
james at peroulas.com
Mon Dec 10 06:24:51 UTC 2012
For the record, my device did have an OSMT (not Hirose) connector on the
I'm having trouble getting the internal RS232 port on the DDS board to work
and I was wondering if there were any tricks to it? I'm not able to get it
to respond to the 'S' command and when I measure the voltage on the RS232
TX pin (#2 from the left) it's always 0v. Shouldn't it be -12v when idle?
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 11:22 PM, James Peroulas <james at peroulas.com> wrote:
> Was wondering if anyone ever confirmed the type of RF connector found
> internally in the FE-5860a?
> I've seen several posts calling it a Hirose U.FL, but the linked thread
> suggests that it might actually be an OSMT connector:
> Or is everyone simply soldering cable directly to the center pin?
> *Integrity is a binary state - either you have it or you don’t.* - John
*Integrity is a binary state - either you have it or you don’t.* - John
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