Configuring the BitSURFR Pro EZ for 230,400 BPS DTE Rate
If you have a 16650-based COM port, the BitSURFR Pro EZ can be configured
for a 230,400 bps DTE rate. This is accomplished by assuring that
you have the proper INF file,
mot11b0c.inf. If you do not have this,
you will have to uninstall the BitSURFR Pro EZ, delete the existing INF
and reinstall the BitSURFR Pro EZ using the following procedure.
- Download the mot11b0c.inf file.
- From the Windows 95 desktop, open "My Computer".
- Also, from the "My Computer" window open the hard disk drive.
- From the hard disk drive window open the "Windows" folder.
- Select "View" from the pulldown menu bar in the "Windows"
- Select "Options" from the pulldown menu.
- In the "Options" window, click the "View" tab.
- Click the "Show All Files" selector.
- Click the "Apply" button at the bottom of the "Options"
- Click the "OK" button at the bottom of the "Options" window.
- In the "Windows" window, double click the "INF" folder.
- Now you must locate the old BitSURFR Pro EZ INF file usually
named oem1,oem2, etc**. You must then delete this file and
uninstall the modem using the applet.
- Close the "INF" window.
- Now right-click the "My Computer" icon on your desktop and select
properties. Then click on the "Device Manager" tab. Select modems from
- Verify that the BitSURFR Pro EZ does not appear in the "Modem"
- Click the "Refresh" button.
- You should now be prompted for a "Disk from hardware manufacturer."
Direct the installation wizard to the location where you downloaded the
- Click ok.
- Your new INF file should now be installed.
- To verify that it has been installed correctly, select modem
properties from the device manager. You do this by highlighting "Motorola
BitSURFR Pro EZ" in the "Device Manager" mentioned above
and selecting the "Properties" button from the buttons at the bottom of
the Device Manager window.
- You should now have the 230,400 DTE rate selectable from the
list of available rates. If you do not, repeat the above steps to verify
correct installation. Send the appropriate AT command to the unit via a terminal application
(such as Windows 95's HyperTerminal ). The AT command that sets the
BitSURFR Pro EZ to operate at a DTE rate of 230,400 bps is:
Once you have issued this command, the BitSURFR Pro EZ will be configured
to communicate at a DTE rate of 230,400 bps. Next, set the DTE rate in your terminal
application to 230,400 bps and issue an "AT" to the BitSURFR Pro EZ. The unit will return
an OK. Autobaud is disabled when the BitSURFR Pro EZ is configured for 230,400
bps. All communication with the unit will have to be made at that speed. To return to a
lower speed you will need to issue the appropriate AT command from a terminal application that is set
for 230,400 bps. For example, issuing the AT command:
will return the DTE speed to 115,200 bps and enable autobaud. (For more
information on using AT commands, refer to the BitSURFR Pro EZ User's Guide.) Also, if you plan to use Dial-Up-Networking in Windows 95, you must be
sure that this change is reflected in these settings as well. To change your DTE rate for Dial-Up-Networking, follow these steps:
- Double-click on the "My Computer" icon.
- Double-click on the "Dial-Up Networking" folder.
- Click the right mouse button on the entry you wish
to edit and select "Properties".
- Under this menu, select the "Configure" button.
- Here you will see the "Maximum Speed" setting.
Select 230,400 from the pulldown menu.
- Click the "OK" buttons until all the screens are
Windows 95 Dial-Up-Networking is now set up to run at 230,400 bps.
If you are using a newer version of Windows 95, the procedure may differs
slightly. In these newer versions of Windows, the Oem INF files are placed
into a sub-directory called OTHER. This directory is still located in the
INF directory mentioned above.Also, the file will not be renamed to Oem.
It will have a name that matches the product. So the name for the BitSURFR
Pro EZ inf will begin with the word "Motorola." If you have this
version of Windows 95, simply delete the BitSURFR Pro EZ INF from this
directory and follow the remaining steps indicated above.
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Last modified: Fri, May 2, 1997 at 4:06 PM USA Eastern