[time-nuts] Lucent RFTFm-II-XO
holrum at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 14 01:05:15 EDT 2016
Yes. The device supports a SCPI command set. The next version of Lady Heather supports it... well at least my modified Z3812A does.
You probably don't need an RS422 converter. You can cobble an RS-232 connection into the RS-422 port. This usually works, but some hardware serial ports have voltage threshold issues reading data from the device (the RS-422 signals don't swing as much as the RS-232 ones do). All my USB-serial dongles work well, but I have had some issues with genuine hardware serial ports.
> If I build or buy a 422 to 232 converter can I expect to be able to view the unit's data output with something like Lady Heather or Tboltmon? Or at least see an output with Hyperterminal?
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