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ActiveSync Configurations
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 1998, 2000
 Version 1.06  Revised 10/8/2000

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The following are diagrams of different options for using ActiveSync:

Serial Communications (115,200 bits per second)

Requires a serial port and cable. This is compatible with the Handheld PC, H/PC Pro, H/PC 2000, Palm-size PC, and Pocket PC.

Serial Connection

USB Communications (approximately 1 million bits per second)

Requires a Pocket PC, H/PC 2000 with USB Support.

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Infrared (IrDA) (115,200 bits per second)

No cables required. A Laptop with IrDA or a PC with an adapter like the Jeteye PC.

 This is compatible with the Handheld PC and Palm-size PC.

IrDA Connection

Modem (33,600 bits per second)

Requires a modem on both ends.

This is compatible with the Handheld PC, H/PC Pro, H/PC 2000, Palm-size PC, and Pocket PC.

Modem Connection

Ethernet (10,000,000 bits per second)/Wireless (1,000,000 bits per second)

Requires Ethernet cards and a hub or cross over cable.  The Handheld PC, H/PC Pro, H/PC 2000, Palm-size PC, and Pocket PC. Ethernet card must be NE 2000 compatible like the Socket Communications LP-E card is. Wireless options include Proxim which works with Ethernet.

Ethernet Connection

Windows NT/2000 Server with RAS  - Intranet/Internet (33,600 bits per second)

(See both the Ethernet FAQ and Remote ActiveSync FAQ)

Requires Ethernet cards, hub or cross over cable, modems and Windows NT/2000 Server.

This is compatible with the Handheld PC, H/PC Pro, H/PC 2000, Palm-size PC, and Pocket PC

Ethernet with Windows NT/2000 Server (10,000,00 bits per second)

Requires Ethernet cards and a hub or cross over cable and Windows NT/2000 Server.

This is compatible with the Handheld PC, H/PC Pro, H/PC 2000, Palm-size PC, and Pocket PC

Ethernet w/NT Server


If you find an error or can add to in the information provided above, feel free to e-mail me at Chris De Herrera.

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