[aprssig] Bluetooth RS232 adapters to run a TNC?

Byon Garrabrant byon at byonics.com
Tue Sep 13 11:29:53 CDT 2016


I have the TT4BT, which connects to the DB-9 serial port of the TinyTrak4
TNC and converts it to BT.  It takes power from the 5V on the DB-9 pin 4,
so if your TNC doesn't have that, you will need to find a way to power it.
But as long as your TNC baud rate is 19200, it should be fairly plug and
play.  With some work, it can be changed to other baud rates, too.

http://byonics.com/tinytrak4/

Byon

On Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 6:12 AM, Jim (List) <jim.list at stuckinthemud.org>
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> Does anyone have experiences of using a Bluetooth<>RS232 adapter to
> communicate with a TNC?
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> With the prevalence of Windows pad devices with no USB ports, I’m sure
> people have done this but Google can’t find anything (apart from loads of
> the units themselves).
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> Specific application will be a Microsoft Surface running AGWPE, talking to
> a Kantronics TNC.
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> Jim, G1HUL
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