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Re: DEC Talk Express and USB Serial



For the record, yes, the  Dectalk Express does use hardware
flow-control. If you have problems the first time, try reversing
the cable.
>>>>> "Jason" == Jason White <jason@jasonjgw.net> writes:
    Jason> Janina Sajka <janina@rednote.net> wrote:
    >> Anyone know whether it's possible to use a DEC Talk
    >> Express on a USB serial port with the Emacspeak server?
    Jason> 
    Jason> Be aware that some serial to USB adapters don't
    Jason> implement all of the serial lines correctly. As I
    Jason> recall, some people have had problems with hardware
    Jason> flow control.
    Jason> 
    Jason> I'm not sure whether the DECTalk Express uses hardware
    Jason> hand shaking - I think it most likely does. A good
    Jason> adapter fully supports the serial standards and
    Jason> therefore works reliably.
    Jason> 
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--raman

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