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Re: WISP3212 / TS-790A bug?

Date sent:      	Tue, 03 Aug 1999 09:21:28 -0400
To:             	pmarkham@newsguy.com
From:           	George Burr <ve3bcg@ibm.net>
Subject:        	ts790a

Thank you, George.
                            I will keep it in mind. I have had 1 detailed 
response that suggested the problem was still a WISP setup problem and 
suggested I use Satdemo.exe to verify the symptoms. I did so, and found the 
problem is similar in Satdemo to that which I encountered in WISP, with the 
best (proper) port configuration.

I still conclude that the driver is broken (doubtful, for my reasons expressed, 
earlier) or the 790 serial port is broken, which you have experienced. I will 
replace the backup battery and reset the microprocessor.

It is logical that your experience is related to mine as I have never replaced 
the backup battery, that I remember, and I purchased the unit used, some 4 
years ago.

Fingers crossed......


> Hi:  I had a similar problem on my ts790a and I had to reset the micro-
> processor page 35 in the manual. Only had to do it once couple of years ago.
>                   73  Geo VE3BCG.

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