DIY USB to Serial Converter

Recently I discovered that the Nokia Cable used for the communication and syncing the Nokia phones contains a FT232 like IC. You can buy the Data cables DKU-5 or CA-42 cables. The trick is to use a Nokia cell phone data cable based on Prolific’s PL-2303. These cables have a USB to Serial TTL converter built right in. So they work nicely with the Ardino type of protos.

Here is the Picture of the Cable:

Next would be the Pin Configurations:

The original Idea and Article Posted in the Following Links.

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Bharteya Anusandhankarta ( Indian Researcher)
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