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    Default Sepura STP8X programming cable

    Hi,
    Does anyone have information on how to build a programming cable for Sepura STP8X-series radios?
    It attaches to the side connector and that connector is different from the normal STP8/9000 -series connector.

    My guess is that it's straight USB but can't be sure.

    Any advice?

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    Default Re: Sepura STP8X programming cable

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    FTDI chip board is required, some people say that only RXD, TXD, GND need to be soldered

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    Default Re: Sepura STP8X programming cable

    Sorry, could you post the picture somewhere else? It seems I don't have the rep power needed to view attachments.

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    Default Re: Sepura STP8X programming cable

    easier... I build such cable... you need a UBS to TTL HW 597 on 3,3V and the adpter for the radio. Only 3 pins TX, RX an GND.
    Best regards!

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    Default Re: Sepura STP8X programming cable

    Sorry, the given pinout above is for STP8000/STP9000. Not for STP8X (ATEX).
    I need the pinout to build a programming cable for STP8X, it connects to the side connector (RAC), it doesn't have a bottom connector (FAC).
    It's 14pin, whereas the STP8000 FAC is 2+16pin and STP8000 RAC is 11 pin.

    Best regards,
    Martin

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