Using the following adapter you can plug Pilot's Cradle to Modem without USR Modem Cable (and save some $) !
|DB9 Male to Cradle||DB25 Male to Modem|
Setup: Phone: 555.1234 Dial prefix: not Disable call waiting: not Use calling card: not TouchTone selected Modem: USRobotics Sportster Si Speed: 19200 bps String: AT&FM1L0&K3+H0 (default when Sportster Si is selected) Dialog: ;Meaning ATQ0Z ;Q0 =display result codes/ ;Z =restore modem profile +++ATQ0H0 ;+++=escape to command mode/ ;H0 =hang up (just in case) ATQ0Z ;Z =restore profile ATQ0E0 ;E0 =echo off ATQ0&FM1L0&K3+H0 ;&F =restore factory configuration/ ;M1 =speaker on until connect/ ;L0 =low speaker volume/ ;&K3=enable hardware flow (RTS/CTS)/ ;+H0=disable RPI ATQ0E0 ;E0 =echo off ATQ0&D0&C1 ;&D0=DTR override (see note 1)/ ;&C1=normal CD operations ATQ0X1 ;X1 =blind dial ATQ0X4 ;X4 =wait for dial tone/report busy (see note 2) ATQ0V1S7=70S6=4 ;V1 =display verbal codes/ ;S7=70 = 70 seconds waiting for carrier/ ;S6=4 = 4 seconds waiting for dial tone (see note 3) ATQ0DT555.1234 ;DT555.1234 = dial using tone 555.1234 ;After press CANCEL on Pilot screen +++ATQ0H0 ;+++=escape to command mode/ ;H0 =hang up
World's 1st portable modem for Pilot !
Thanks to Chris Hudak.
Chris wrote: "This is a modified practical peripherals 24/96 fax modem. I took the standard 4 foot pilot modem cable and cut it to make the whole package smaller. I only used TX, RX and signal ground so there is no hardware flow control. I don't seem to have any problems. I have successfully transferred 77 mail messages in one session so it seems to run OK even for long transfers. This is defiantly not the modem I want to keep for mail it is much too slow but it works that was my intention to make it a truly portable e-mail machine. I will probably raffle this off when I get my new modem, I'm sure there is some poor unfortunate soul out there that spent his last dime just to get his Pilot. Maybe someone will write a fax app so I can try the fax in this unit. If you have any questions on this project e-mail me.
Thanks, Chris Hudak
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