Wow. I am truly among the brain-dead today.
Sorry about that.
RJ-11 is 6-pin, not 4.
BTW, a quick googling of "serial cable rj11 db9"
doesn't seem to reveal a definitive cabling standard
when going from serial to RJ11; various vendors of
different gadgets (serial port multiplex hardware,
PocketPC interfaces, emulators, bla bla ) seem to
have varying serial wiring assignments. But this
was just a quick look....
On 08/24/[masked]:07 AM, hv wrote:
> It's not clear what you are trying to connect.
> RJ-11 is four conductor; typically, it's used
> to connect to the phone system ("tip/ring" interface
> from Ma Bell).
> DB-9 is used /often/ for serial (RS-232) connections.
> It is a 9-conductor device.
> Are you looking for a cable for a 'standard' of
> some kind? Or is this a 'custom' pin/wiring
> On 08/24/[masked]:51 AM, Chris Vitale wrote:
>> I'm searching everywhere online.
>> Does anyone know of a good source where I can get an RJ11 to DB9 Cable?
>> I dont want to use the rj11 to db9 adapter. Im trying to minimize
>> signal loss.