Had the same problem with bitrate, Agilent told VEE's limit is 230.4k. We
ended up obtaining FTDI's reference cable. With this, you can alias a
bitrate to something else, lessay get 921.6kbps but VEE and other programs
live in belief they are using 2.4k. http://www.ftdichip.com/FT232.htm . You
can also define divisor to get arbitrary (i.e not standard ones) bitrates.
>But I want to set the baud rate above 230400. This seems to be the limiting
factor. Now I am sure this
>They are made by Lindy(????) and Bytecc(GMUS-03).
>Now the Bytecc website claims that it will operate over 500kB/s but I
cannot seem to be able to set this.
>Does anyone have any experance with this converter?
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