microham DXP interface with macOS

Discussion in 'OS: Mac OS' started by K7IU, Aug 6, 2019.

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  1. K7IU

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    I just received my microHAM DXP usb interface today. What made me decide to get it was that it uses signed device drivers for both MAC and windoze machines so NO device drivers need to be loaded. It creates 3 serial ports, one for CAT, one for WinKey, and one for FSK. It also creates audio input and output devices named DXP RX and DXP TX, what could be simpler!
    In addition it includes a 24-bit audio soundcard.
    So far configuring MacDoppler, MacLogger and WSJT-x has been a snap.
    I am going to configure FLdigi and everything else I can get my hands on.
    I will post a update in the future.
    If anyone has questions email me at K7IU@arrl.net.

    Marv - K7IU
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  2. K7IU

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    As I said, this is the way to design a HW interface for ham radios. It is pretty much plug and play and you don’t have to jump thru hoops with drivers or scripts to get things to work.
    Another nice feature is that this interface is powered by the USB port, so now my MacBook Pro becomes the laptop I take out in the field with me instead of a windows one.

    Marv K7IU

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