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2001\05\09@193442 by David Huisman

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Would someone please mind taking a look at http://www.orbitcoms.com and telling me
what options are available.

Someone says they see a "products" page option. We deleted that ages ago.
All the products should only be accessible via their own category.

Thanks

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\05\09@194918 by Patrik Husfloen

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Being too lazy to check the site properly,
looks good though,
what would a complete set to create wireless rs232 cost?
and would I need external components (besides the stuff you sell)
also, would it be full-duplex?

Patrik

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2001\05\09@200408 by David Huisman

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Patrick,

Thanks for the feedback. Can you please give me a description of what you
see. It should be pull down menu on left, small graphic next to each product
group.

Someone in NZ is seeing a previous HTML page that should not be there. There
should be no navigation option called "Products"

Regards

David

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2001\05\09@200617 by Barry Gershenfeld

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It might be a cache thing.  My linux box will show me the
same Yahoo page for weeks if I don't hit 'refresh'.  That's
the kfm browser, by the way.

Barry


At 05:41 PM 1/14/99 +1100, you wrote:
>Would someone please mind taking a look at http://www.orbitcoms.com and telling me
>what options are available.
>
>Someone says they see a "products" page option. We deleted that ages ago.
>All the products should only be accessible via their own category.
>Thanks
>David Huisman

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2001\05\09@200852 by Patrik Husfloen

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Well, then it's probably cached somewhere, either in the users browser, or in his ISP's proxy.

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2001\05\09@202315 by David Huisman

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With regard to your questions.

The TRX2905-WC01 needs no additional components.
It provides a PC interface via RS232, RS485, TTL, 6 Digital IO and 4 Analog
inputs.

This module is currently being upgraded:
The new version motherboard will accept all the RF modules(TRX2905 -433MHZ
FSK, TRX402 Dual Channel FSK, BT1074 Spread Spectrum(900MHz) and a new
TRX605 long range 433MHZ, ASK device) as plug in items rather than having
them soldered to the PCB. It will also have SPI interface to external
devices such as memory, 12 bit ADC etc.

The cost of the new motherboard (PIC 16F876 based) with the RF module will
be the same as the current TRX2905-WC01 for the time being.

Most of the modules are half duplex.

The controller incorporates firmware to control over-air data transfer and
networking capability as well as access to the IO ports on any other node.

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\05\09@202330 by David Huisman

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Barry,

Thanks for the feedback.

I asked the NZ guy to press refresh but he still sees the old page ?

Maybe I did not delete all the old html pages and a search engine has
directed him directly to the old page ?

If he accesses the index.html, he should only see the new page.

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\05\09@203914 by Barry Gershenfeld

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Well each browser is different.

But you should be able to see in the address bar, the URL of
what he is looking at.  It is possible to have an index.htm
and an index.html both in the same directory, by the way.  Also
INDEX.HTML, somewhere there's an OS that pays attention to
case.

I tried to look into your site with ftp but I got taken
to a separate area.  But you might be able to look into
it yourself and see just what files are there.


>I asked the NZ guy to press refresh but he still sees the old page ?
>
>Maybe I did not delete all the old html pages and a search engine has
>directed him directly to the old page ?
>
>If he accesses the index.html, he should only see the new page.
>
>Regards
>David Huisman

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2001\05\09@204128 by michael brown

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Have him hold down the CTRL key when he clicks on refresh.  If he is using
IE this will force the page to reload from the server.  I believe this will
also work with Netscape.   However, if it(the web page) is being cached
somewhere along the internet in between, this may not work.

I am using IE5.02SP2 and in the Wireless Video section of your page I see
this:

Real-time wireless transmission of Video. Approved for license-free use in
the UK and internationally. Real-time wireless transmission of Video.
Approved for license-free use in the UK and internationally. Real-time
wireless transmission of Video. Approved for license-free use in the UK and
internationally. Real-time wireless transmission of Video. Approved for
license-free use in the UK and internationally. Real-time wireless
transmission of Video. Approved for license-free use in the UK and
internationally. Real-time wireless transmission of Video. Approved for
license-free use in the UK and internationally

CCTV point-point,
Air to Ground Link,
Mobile Surveillance,
remote Site Monitoring,
Covert. For a security application
Click here to view Wireless Video Products NOW

Should this show up this many times? It looks like some of it should be
hidden (search engine fodder) but is not.

Michael Brown
Instant Net Solutions
http://www.KillerPCs.net

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2001\05\09@204948 by Bill Westfield

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>I asked the NZ guy to press refresh but he still sees the old page ?
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>Maybe I did not delete all the old html pages and a search engine has
>directed him directly to the old page ?

Don't forget the possibility of (misbehaving) web cache engines and or
proxy servers...

BillW

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2001\05\09@225445 by Brent Brown

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Looks OK from here.

Brent Brown
Electronic Design Solutions
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Hamilton, New Zealand
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2001\05\10@083914 by ichard Phillips

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Hi Dave,

You may already have done this, but one thing you might want to try is to
manually delete the old html files, and then copy over the new pages (as
opposed to just copying over what is on the server).

I know it shouldn't make a bit of difference what way you carry out this
operation, but I ran into a problem like this with my ISP and the cache
servers employed by ntl in the UK - it didn't refresh the page to the new
version (no matter how many browser refreshes had been carried out) properly
on an ntl connection until I had carried out the procedure above.

Perhaps some cache/proxy servers operate by looking at the file creation
date rather than the modified date?

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