10 PIN UNKNOWN CONNECTOR
|2||DAA GND||Modem DAA ground|
|3||DAA GND||Modem DAA ground|
|4||DAA GND||Modem DAA ground|
|5||/RA DVR||Modem relay A driver|
|6||DAA ID IN||ID input|
|7||/RING3 DET||Ring detect signal|
|8||/RBDVR||Modem relay B driver|
|9||DAA CNTL||Modem DAA control|
|10||+5 V MODEM||+5 V power|
When the PowerBook Duo computer is housed in the Duo Dock, you cannot access the integral modem via the RJ-11 connector on the PowerBook Duo's rear panel. A modem adapter card provides the connection. It plugs into the side of the Duo Dock's main logic board, using a 10-pin header connector. The card supplies the RJ-11 hook up, which is accessed on the rear panel of the Duo Dock. The adapter card interfaces with the modem card in the PowerBook Duo computer via its 10-pin connector, printed circuit traces, and the 152-pin expansion connector.
Contributor: Joakim Ögren
Apple Tech Info Library 12929: Duo Dock/Duo Dock II, External Pinouts at Apple TIL homepage
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Document last modified: 2000-07-09