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Certain RF modems not connecting through USB

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We have a series of RF modems (Enfora & Data Radio) that do not connect properly though our USB port on our docking device. These same modems connect well through our conventional DB9 serial port. I have looked at a USB to serial adaptors to eliminate the problem?? What is the better sollution?

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The only better solution is to switch to USB modems (costly) or buy computers that still have the serial ports (sometimes not a choice).
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