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[aprssig] USB to Serial Converter

Matthew Stennett wa4tkg at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 22:54:53 UTC 2009


Despite what others have written about Belkin:

I have a Belkin USB > < Serial adaptor, and it works perfectly.
Never had any problems with it, and I use it with a Mac (supposedly MORE
trouble to get things to work with).

Just my 2c worth, but mine works fine, and anything Belkin makes has a
LIFETIME warranty.

Had mine for years, and it still works fine.

On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 4:18 PM, Tapio Sokura <oh2kku at iki.fi> wrote:

> On Sat, December 19, 2009 22:25, KA7O wrote:
> > Most 'Linux' supported USB to RS-232 devices use a Prolific 2303
> > (PL2303) chip.
>
> My experience (in Windows) has also been that devices that use the PL-2303
> chipset work well, as long as you install current drivers from Prolific's
> website. The drivers that came with Windows XP for PL2303 didn't work that
> well. I had problems uploading firmware updates to certain devices that
> had serial ports, for example, before I updated the drivers. But I don't
> have any experience with PL2303 in Windows 7.
>
>  Tapio
>
>
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