05/12/94: SuperComm by Delphi, | Category: Delphi - Telecom 6809 | 3 comments - (Comments are closed)

SuperComm

87291 12-MAY 01:20 Telecom (6809)
SuperComm
From: MMCCLELLAND To: RANDYKWILSON (NR)

Randy-

Thanks for all of the help! The program itself seems to work fine now, but when
I try to communicate with the modem, it echoes back slightly garbled text. I
have had this problem before with other terminal programs, and a slight
retuning of the serial port
has always fixed it. Does SuperComm have a feature for retuning the serial
port, or is there a way to use OS9′s TUNEPORT command to do this. I am using a
converted DC Modem cartridge (which is similar to the RS 232 pak). Any help
would be greatly apprciat
ed!

-Mark-

3 comments to SuperComm

  • pucc_unknown

    87296 12-MAY 02:32 Telecom (6809)
    RE: SuperComm (Re: Msg 87291)
    From: DSPICER To: MMCCLELLAND (NR)

    MMCCLELLAND> I am using a converted DC Modem cartridge (which is similar
    MMCCLELLAND> to the RS 232 pak). Any help would be greatly apprciat

    I think you’ll find this connected to any problems that occur. Get a 232 Pak
    if you can find one, their going for $20-$30 these days.

    Message Composed at 01:33:04 on 05/12/94.
    Access CoCo of L.A. (Lower Alabama) (205)598-2100

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  • pucc_unknown

    87326 13-MAY 18:35 Telecom (6809)
    RE: SuperComm (Re: Msg 87291)
    From: ISC To: MMCCLELLAND

    Mac,

    You can purchase an excellent RS-232 interface from CoNect in Milwaukee.
    Contact Rick Ulland here through REVCWP and ask him if he can sell you
    one. I use one and I highly recommend it.

    Bill

  • pucc_unknown

    87379 15-MAY 22:53 Telecom (6809)
    RE: SuperComm (Re: Msg 87291)
    From: RANDYKWILSON To: MMCCLELLAND

    Ummm, if you have a converted mod-pak, then you have a real RS232 port. Gonna
    have to go over some basics here.

    Do you use a MPI, and if so, which slot os the mod-pak in?

    What addr is the mod-pak set to?

    What driver and descriptor do you use?

    Tuneport is for adjusting the delay constant of the timing loop for the
    brain-damaged serial port on the back of the coco. This program only works
    with, and is only needed for, the MicroWare/Tandy drivers that use this
    port. RS232 packs are interupt driven, and do not use a timing loop.

    Randy