DCdconn ON|OFF Default: OFF
OFF RS-232 cable Pin 8 is permanently set high (default).
ON RS-232 cable Pin 8 follows the state of the CON (or DCD) LED.
DCDCONN defines how the DCD (Data Carrier Detect) signal affects pin 8 in the RS-232 interface to
your computer or terminal. Some programs such as PBBS software require that DCDCONN be ON.
DCDCONN also works in the RAWHDLC and KISS modes. In RAWHDLC and KISS, no packet connections
are known to the PK-96. With DCDCONN ON, the state of the radio DCD is sent to the RS-232
DCD pin (pin-8). This may be necessary to some Host applications that need to know when the radio
channel is busy.