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Forum: Yaesu Mods
 Topic: Yaesu FT-230R Problems
Yaesu FT-230R Problems [message #2991] Thu, 20 June 2013 00:09
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Registered: December 2004
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Yaesu FT-230R Problems
NO RF OUTPUT : The PA module is a common failure on this unit.

NO RF OUTPUT WHEN HOT : PA.

NO RF OUTPUT IN THE LOW POWER POSITION : Check the PA.

RF OUTPUT INTERMITTENTLY FALLS OFF : I have seen two or three cases where the PA has intermittently gone into oscillation. In both cases this was due to internal faults within the PA module. It should be noted that this oscillation can be sufficient to blank out a nearby TV, and this fault should be suspected if there is a complaint of TVI. It should also be noted that the PA continues to oscillate and draw current when returning to receive, and EVEN IF THE FRONT PANEL POWER SWITCH IS TURNED OFF.

NO AUDIO OUTPUT : Suspect Q07 - the audio o/p IC.

MUFFLED AUDIO ON RX : Note there is an internal tone control (VR1001) on the main PCB. A lot of people don't know it's there.

OFF FREQUENCY TX AND RX : If this is only slight then align the PLL. If the error is significant then the local osc xtal should be checked.

BADLY BROKEN UP ON TX+RX : Check X03 (5.76MHz) in the PLL.

ERRATIC TUNING : Tuning step switch.

144-148MHz OPERATION : On the micro board there are spaces for four small tinned copper wire links next to each other. In normal UK versions, two links, J1 and J4 are made. Cut J1.

S-METER READING FALLS OFF AS UNIT WARMS UP : See Yaesu mod sheet.
Forum: Programming Radios
 Topic: ForSale CHEAP PRICE RADIO Kc6wir@yahoo.com
ForSale CHEAP PRICE RADIO Kc6wir@yahoo.com [message #3023] Mon, 04 November 2013 07:12
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Flex-5000 100 Watt SDR Transceiver ...........$1550 /1175 Euro ACOM 1000 ....................................$1600 /1215 Euro AmeritronAL-1500 .............................$2100 /1594 Euro QRO HF-2500DX 160-10M HF Amp .................$1600 /1215 Euro ICOM IC-7700 .................................$2200 /1670 Euro ICOM IC 9100 .................................$1600 /1215 Euro Icom IC-7000 .................................$750 /569 Euro Icom IC 775DSP ...............................$1100 /800 Euro Icom PW-1 ....................................$1700 /1290 Euro ICOM IC-756-Pro III ..........................$1200 /911 Euro KENWOOD TS-2000 ..............................$900 /650 Euro Kenwood TL-922A HF amp .......................$750 /569 Euro Alpha 9500 ...................................$3000 /2278 Euro Ten Tec Orion II .............................$1300 /987 Euro Ameritron A-l 1200 ...........................$800 /607 Euro Elecraft K2 ..................................$500 /379 Euro Elecraft K3/100 ..............................$1850 /1404 Euro Yaesu FTDX 9000MP ............................$5500 /4176 Euro Yaesu FTDX 5000MP ............................$3500 /2657 Euro Yaesu FTDX 3000MP ............................$1600 /1215 Euro YAESU FL-7000 SOLID STATE HF LINEAR AMPLIFIER.$1000 /725 Euro Yeasu FT-857D w/ LDG Tuner....................$620 /450 Euro Yaesu FT920 ..................................$750 /569 Euro I can ship worldwide. All radios are in a perfect working condition Kc6wir@yahoo.com +1 8323232144. kc6wir Raymond.

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 Topic: MINT Elecraft K3/100
MINT Elecraft K3/100 [message #2987] Mon, 20 May 2013 02:06
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Registered: May 2013
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For Sale: Loaded Elecraft K3 and P3 panadapter with many options including the second receiver and antenna tuner. It was a kit but expertly assembled and it works and looks great. Below is the complete list of options: K3/100 - 100w Transceiver ......KBPF3 - gen coverage bandpass filter KDVR3 - digital voice recorder......KFL3A-500 - 500hz cw filter KFL3A-6K - 6khz AM filter..........KFL3B-FM - 13 khz FM filter KRX3- second receiver.......KTCXO3-1 - TCXO 0.5PPM KXV3A - K3 rx ant,IF out, Xvtr interface.....MH2 - Hand Mic P3- Panadapter Asking : $1850 shipped (worldwide) Contact : kc6wir@yahoo.com Icom IC-756 Pro III in as new condition from a non smoking environment. I purchased the radio new. The radio is pristine, no scratches,dings or marks and it works as it should. NO ISSUES ! Comes with PS-125 power supply microphone, power cord, manual and factory box and packing materials S/N 3203519. Price $1300.00 Mr. Ray Contact : kc6wir@yahoo.com (408) 419-9615 73 kc6wir
 Topic: Motorola mcs2000
Motorola mcs2000 [message #2819] Sun, 21 April 2013 03:54
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Registered: April 2013
Location: Australia
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Hi everybody I new to this site I recently bought a Motorola mcs2000 and I took it to a Motorola dealer in Australia and they told me that they used ver 2.00.00 software to read the radio Iam wondering if anybody has that software. Thank you in advance.
 Topic: About Radio
About Radio [message #1321] Thu, 12 April 2012 10:03
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Registered: April 2012
Location: united states
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Radio is the transmission of signals through free space by electromagnetic waves with frequencies significantly below visible light, in the radio frequency range, from about 3 kHz to 300 GHz.

[Updated on: Thu, 12 April 2012 11:01]


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 Topic: Kenwood Software Programming Reference
Kenwood Software Programming Reference [message #155] Sat, 12 January 2008 17:12
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SOFTWARE PROGRAMS THESE RADIOS

SOFTWARERADIOS
KPG-5DTK-930 TK-931
KPG-6D TK-705 TK-805
KPG-7DTK-630 TK-730 TK-830
KPG-11DTK-230 TK-330
KPG-15DKDS-10
KPG-16DTK-430 TK-431
KPG-21D TKB-720 TKR-720 TKR-820
KPG-23D TK-250 TK-350
KPG-25DM2 TK-840 TK-940 TK-941
KPG-26D TK-353
KPG-27D TK-260 TK-270 TK-360 TK-370
KPG-29D TK-760 TK-762 TK-860 TK-862
KPG-31D TK-255
KPG-35D TK-480 TK-481
KPG-38D TK-290 TK-390
KPG-41D TK-715
KPG-44D TK-690 TK-790 TK-890
KPG-47D TKR-830
KPG-48DTK-2100(K)(K2) TK-3100(K)(K2) TK-3101(K2)
KPG-49D TK-280 TK-380 TK-780 TK-880
KPG-56D"G" SERIES PORTABLES & MOBILES (260GK, 360GK, 270GK, 370GK, 760(H)GK, 860(H)GK, TK-762(H)GK, TK862(H)GK
KPG-79D TK-7150 TK-8150
KPG-81D TK-2160 TK-3160

RADIO PROGRAMMING CABLES PROGRAMMING CABLE PROGRAMS THESE RADIOS

CABLERADIOS
KPG-4 TK-705 TK-760 TK-762 TK-860 TK-862 TK-840 TK-930 TK-630 TK-730 TK-830
KPG-14 KDS-10 KCT-24S KVT-10 VH-C1
KPG-22 TK-250 TK-350 TK-260 TK-360 TK-353 TK-270 TK-370 TK-2100 TK-3100 TK-2160 TK-430 TK-431 TK-255 TK-715 TK-3160
KPG-36TK-280 TK-380 TK-290 TK-2140 TK-480 TK-481 TK-390 TK-3140
KPG-43 TK-690 TK-790 TK-890
KPG-46 or KPG-4 TK-780 TK-880 TK-980 TK-981 TKR-830 TK-7150 TK-8150
KPT-50 TKB-720 TKR-720 TKR-820

[Updated on: Wed, 23 May 2012 01:17]

 Topic: Motorola RSS Reference List
Motorola RSS Reference List [message #133] Mon, 21 May 2007 01:35
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There is no guarantee of accuracy of this list...

Part # Media Operating
System
Product(s) Manual(s) RSS Ver License? Release Date RIB
Needed?
RIB-to-radio cable
HVN9054D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 1225 6880904Z93 R03.2 RPX4719G 08/23/00 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4106B 3.5   "-10" PRODUCT CONFIG TOOL 6804005C75 R04.00.00   08/25/93    
HVN9001D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 1225LS 6880906Z25 R2.0 RPX4719G 12/15/00 Yes HLN9359A
RVN4057C 3.5 DOS 32x8 Codeplug 6881125E50 R01.01.01 RPX4719G 08/09/91 No 3080385B23 &
5880385B30
MDVN4964E 3.5   9100 System Upgrade N/A R02.01.00   01/03/95    
RVN4126E 3.5   9100-386 & 9100-386T Devices 6804018C30 R01.60.00   01/31/97    
MDVN4963C 3.5   9100-386 System Upgrade N/A R02.00.00   01/03/95    
MDVN4965C 3.5   9100-WS/T Configuration N/A N/A   01/03/95    
RVN4085C 3.5   Advanced Securenent CIU 6880310B58 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 01/11/94 No 0180358A25
RVN4185A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Mobile   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01 No NKN6545A
RVN4186A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Mobile/Portable   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01   RKN4105A /
RVN4106A
RVN4181A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Portable   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01   RKN4105A /
RVN4106A
RVN4053M 3.5   ASTRO Digital Interface 6802924C15 R7.01.11 RPX4719G 04/12/00 No 3080385B23
RVN4183B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Mobile   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4047A
RVN4100U 3.5 DOS Astro Mobile/Portable N/A R09.01.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4184    
RVN4184B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Mobile/Portable Combination   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4046A (Port)
RKN4047A (Mob)
RVN4182B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Portable   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4046A
RVN4154G 3.5   ASTROTAC 3000 Comparator 6881098E15 R03.07.00 RPX4719G 10/20/99   3080385B23
RVN5003D 3.5   ASTROTAC Comparators 6881087E80 R50.21.00 RPX4719G 06/19/96 No 3080399E31 Adapt.
5880385B34
RVN4131C 3.5   BLINKERS.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.1.02 6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4083A 3.5   BSC II 6880310B51 VR01.00 6880309G87 07/24/90 No FKN5836A
MDLN1058A 3.5 DOS C DEVELOPMENT APPL 6802705X01 R03.00.00   08/26/92    
NTN1024C 3.5 DOS C DEVL'MT.RD-LAP APPL 6802705X01 R01.00.00   08/26/92    
RVN4171B 3.5   C200   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/04/00    
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 CDM PRO Series 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00   AARKN4083
AARKN4081 Ribless
RVN4029K 3.5   CENTRACOM SERIES II 6881121E49 R09.05.02 RPX4719G 11/15/96 No VARIOUS
SEE MANUAL
RVN4112E 3.5   COMMANDPLUS 6880309E42   RPX4719G   No  
RVN4149C 3.5   COMTEGRA 6881096E75 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 02/11/99 Yes 3082056X02
RVN4079G 3.5 DOS DESKTRAC CONVENTIONAL 6880310B53 MAXTRAC
R5.30.00
RPX4719G 05/09/95 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4093F 3.5 DOS DESKTRAC TRUNKED 6802982G55
6880310B61
R03.04.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4091C 3.5   DGT 9000 DESKSET 6880310B59 R01.00.11 RPX4719G 06/04/96 Yes 0180358A22
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS R100 (HVN9177) M100/M200,M110,M400 6880900Z22   RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180358A52
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 EX500/600 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00 Yes JMKN4123
RVN4107B 3.5 DOS FORMSGEN 9100-11 6881063C60 R03.06.00   12/13/1995    
RVN4146C 3.5   FORTE Wireless CommPad 6802945C40 R02.02.09 RPX4719G 05/08/98    
RVN4114A 3.5   GLOBAL POSITIONING SYS. 6880310B77 R01.00.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 No RKN4021A
HVN8177F 3.5   GM / GR300 / GR500 / GR400 / M10 / 12 / 130 6880902Z36
6880902Z64
6880903Z28
6880903Z67
R05.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4159A 3.5   GP 60 SERIES 6881086C08 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 12/27/96 Yes PMLN4074A
RVN4152C 3.5 DOS GP350 AVS 6880904Z32 R1.20 RPX4719G 01/23/98    
RVN4152C 3.5 DOS GP350 AVS 6880904Z32 R08.02.00 RPX4719G 12/30/1997    
RVN4150H 3.5 DOS GTX 6802948C70 R04.00.01 RPX4719G 10/13/00 Yes HKN9857(Portable)
3080070N01(Mobile)
RVN4047A 3.5 DOS HT 10 6881061C95 R01.00.06 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes RTK4208B
RVN4021C 3.5 DOS HT 50 6881056C20 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4208B
RVN4005H 3.5 DOS HT600 (not HT600E) 6881045C55 R03.01.01 RPX4719G 04/03/01 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4031C 3.5 DOS HT800 6881058C65 R04.05.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4205C
HVN9025K CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 HT CDM/MTX/ER SERIES   CPS R06.02.03
PASSPORT R03.00.04
RLN4809A 7/17/2002 Yes AARKN4083
AARKN4081 Ribless
AARKN4075 Ribless non-USA
RKN4074
RVN4098H 3.5 DOS HT1000 / JT1000 / VISAR CONV'L 6881073C55 R03.03.00 RPX4719G 05/01/98 Yes RKN4035B(HT1000)
3080371E46(JT, VISAR CONV'L)
RVN4151B 3.5 DOS HT1000 AVS 6881084C35 R1.0 RPX4719G 08/30/97    
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 HT750/HT1250 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00 Yes RKN4074A
HVN9085B 3.5   i20R   R01.02.00 6880309G87 12/26/00 No HLN9359
PROG. STAND
HVN9084B 3.5   i750 6880904Z45 R01.00.08 6880309G87 11/12/1996 Yes HLN-9102A
RVN4174N CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 iDEN SUPER AGENT   R01.13.00 RPX4719G 4/19/02    
RVN4130D 3.5   INFOTAC MESSNG'R EDITOR 6804018C75
6804018C60
  R01.02.04 02/15/96    
HVN6053D CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 KARISMA (CT SERIES) N.A R02.01.03 RLN4995A 11/08/00 Yes AAPMKN4004
RVN4156N 3.5 DOS LCS/LTS 2000 6802946C20 R02.00.10 RPX4719G 8/24/2001 Yes HKN9857(Portable)
3080070N01(Mobile)
RVN4087A 3.5   LORAN C LOC. RECV'R. 6880103W13 R01.00.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995 No RKN4021A
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M100/M200 (HVN9173) 6880900Z20   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M110 (HVN9646)     RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M400 (HVN9774) 6880901Z68   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M100/M200, M110, M400, R100 includes HVN9173,9177,9646,9774 6880900Z20   RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4023G 3.5 DOS MARATRAC 6880102W24 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 07/02/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4019K 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL 6880900Z03 R07.02.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4139C 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC LS 6881078C79 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/23/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4043S 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC TRK'D. 6880102W46 R05.07.03 RPX4719G 4/6/2000 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4178A CD   MC SERIES, MC2000/2500   R01.00.00 NONE 5/15/2001   DDN6124A (DB25)
DDN6367A (DB9)
VVN4190B 3.5   MCP GENERIC 6802903A48 R01.00.10 RPX4719G 02/06/96    
RVN4027B 3.5   MCR 100 6881125E60 R01.10.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995    
RVN4177G CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 COMBINATION MCS/MTS   R01.05.14 RPX4719G 08/24/01    
RVN4177K
combination of RVN4175 AND RVN4176 containing RVN4175, RVN4113, RVN4176, RVN4097, important notice sheet, letter
2-CD
2-3.5
95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MCS / MTS 6881081C15
6881074C50
R01.08.00 RPX4719G 06/18/02    
RVN4175K contains: RVN4113 (DOS) important notice sheet, letter 1-CD 1-3.5 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MCS 2000 6881081C15 R01.08.00 RPX4719G 6/18/2002   Rib to MIC connector RKN4062B
RVN4113K 3.5 DOS MCS2000 6881081C15 R05.05.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4175 Yes RKN4062(for PROG/CLONING)
RKN4063(for FLASH/TEST PROG)
RVN4011B 3.5 DOS MCX 1000 6802902A30 R02.02.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes 3000056M01
RVN4063A 3.5 DOS MCX 1000 MARINE 682990A02 R01.03.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes 3000056M01
RVN4117C 3.5   MDC/RDLAP DEVICES 6804110L45 R03.04.00   12/29/1995    
RVN4312A 3.5   MICOM 2 6802942C80 V2.0 RPX4719G 05/16/97 No FLN2423
RVN4105A 3.5   MOBILE PROG. TOOL 6804006C40 R03.00.00   12/14/1995    
RVN4119C 3.5   MOBITEX DEVICES 6804016C65 R01.04.04   12/15/1995    
RVN4037A 3.5 DOS MOSTAR CONVENTIONAL 6880900Z57 - NLA -   Yes 3080367B90
RVN4059C 3.5 DOS MOSTAR/TRAXAR TRK'D. 6881125E51 R01.01.01 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080367B90 / DUPLEX ADAPTER 0180359A29
RVN4128A 3.5   MPT1327-1200 SERIES 6802058U46
6802058U99
R02.02.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes SEE MANUAL
RVN4025A 3.5   MSF 5000/PURC/ANALOG 6881121E08 V01.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180355A30
RVN4077G 3.5   MSF5000/10000 FIELD PROG DIGITAL 6881125E68 R05.21.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180355A30
RVN4017K 3.5 DOS MT 1000 6881050C20 R03.02.00 RPX4719G 5/18/2001 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4148M 3.5   MTR 2000 6881096E15 R03.02.06 RPX4719G 02/20/01 Yes 3082056X02
RVN4140C 3.5   MTRI 2000 6880309F68 R01.02.00 RPX4719G 02/17/99 No  
RVN4176G CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 MTS WINDOWS   R01.05.14 RPX4719G 08/24/01    
RVN4176K contains RVN4097 (DOS) important notice sheet, letter 1-CD 1-3.5 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MTS2000, MT2000*, MTX8000, MTX9000 *programmed by DOS which isincluded in the RVN4176 6881074C50 R01.08.00 RPX4719G 6/18/2002    
RVN4097S 3.5 DOS MTSX/MT/MTS/MTX 6881074C50 R06.05.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4176 Yes RKN4035B
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA CODE PLUG FIX INSTR SHEET   6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA CODE PLUG FIX INSTR SHEET VER.1.02 6880309G87 4/9/1996    
RVN4142A 3.5   MTVA DOCTOR 6880309F67 R05.10.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1996 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA3.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.3.00 6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4013K 3.5 DOS MTX 800 & 800S 6881054C10 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4065H 3.5 DOS MTX 810 6881065C25 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4033J 3.5 DOS MTX 900 6881068C85 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4055H 3.5 DOS MTX 900S 6881065C55 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4097 replaced by RVN4176 1-CD DOS MTX8000/9000 MTS2000,MT2000*, MTX8000, programmed by DOS which is included in the RVN4176            
RVN4081F 3.5 DOS MTX820/820S/888/888S 6881068C55 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
HVN9067C CD 95, 98 MTX850/8250 MTX950,9250   R01.03.03 RLN4809A 12/21/2001    
RVN4138B 3.5 DOS MTX-LS 6881078C83 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 06/13/96 Yes RKN4035D
RVN4035B 3.5 DOS MX 1000 6802002F01 R02.03.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4203C
RVN4073B 3.5 DOS MX 800 6881064C90 R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RKN4006B
RVN4134B 3.5 DOS P100 (HVN9175) P200 LB (HVN9794) P50+ (HVN9395) P210 (HVN9763) P500 (HVN9941) PR3000 (HVN9586) 6880901Z52   RPX4719G 7/27/2001 Yes RTK4205
HVN9852J 3.5 DOS P110   R08.00.03 RPX4719G 4/30/96 Yes HKN9755A/REX1143
HVN9262E 3.5 DOS P200 UHF/VHF 6881059C40 R03.01.00 RPX4719G 07/26/01 Yes RTK4205
RVN4129A 3.5   PDT220 6804020C10
6804018C10
R01.00.00   12/13/95    
YVN4051C 3.5   PORTABLE REPEATER 6881075C70 R1.02.00 RPX4719G 5/21/1996   Portable repeater P1820 / P1821AX
RVN4061C 3.5 DOS PP 1000/500 6881125E52 R01.01.01 6880309G87 12/13/1995 No 3080385B23 &
5880385B30
RVN4134A 3.5 DOS PR3000 (HVN-9586) 6880901Z27   RPX4719G 09/22/94    
RVN5002AE 3.5   QUANTAR/QUANTRO RECV. 6881092E25,
6881083E35,
6881096E10
R12.02.00 RPX4719G 6/13/2002 No 3O80369E31
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS R100 (HVN9177) 6880900Z22   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 0180358A52
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS RADIUS MOBILES KIT FOR M100/M200, M110, M400, R100 6880900Z20
6880901Z68
6880900Z22
  RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes  
RVN4134A 3.5 DOS RADIUS PORTABLES KIT FOR P100, P500, P210, P200 LB, P50+, PR3000 6880901Z91
6880901Z55
6880901Z52
6880900Z56
6880901Z27
  RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes HKN9755A
MDVN4747B 3.5   R-LINK DEVELOPMENT 6804026C35 R01.01.00   08/05/94    
RVN4146C 3.5   RPM500/660 6802945C40 R02.02.09 RPX4719G 4/30/1998    
RVN4002K 3.5 DOS SABER 6881062C95 R07.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes RTK4203C
RVN4131C 3.5   SETTLET.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.5.10 6880309G87 4/9/1996    
HVN9007E 3.5   SM50 & SM120 6880903Z78 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 9/1/98 Yes  
RVN4039B 3.5 DOS SMART STATUS 6802976G45 R01.03.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes FKN5825A
HVN9054D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 SOFTWARE P1225 6880904Z93 R03.2 RPX4719G 8/23/2000 Yes 3080070N01
HVN9001D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 SOFTWARE 1225LS 6880906Z25 R2.0 RPX4719G 12/15/2000 Yes HLN9359A
HVN9012D 3.5   SP50 6880903Z25 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 9/2/1998    
RVN4001N 3.5 DOS SPECTRA 6880101W48 R06.00.05 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080369B73(standard)
0180300B10(high pwr)
RVN4099B 3.5 DOS SPECTRA RAILROAD 6802903A55 R04.05.01 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes 3080369B73
RVN4110A 3.5   STATION ACCESS MODULE 6880309E35 R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080369E31
RVN4049E 3.5 DOS STX 6881065C30 R03.01.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes 0180357A54
RVN4089A 3.5 DOS STX TRANSIT 6881069C55 R01.01.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995 Yes 0180357A54
RVN4007E 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 (control head) 6880309B25
6880309B26
CH-R07.11 RPX4719G 08/16/94 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4007E 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 (radio) 6880309B24
6880309B25
6880309B26
RD-R08.01 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4102A 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 DUAL 6807992D52 D07.03.SP01 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4069A 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X TRK'D. 6880310B42 R01.00.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4009F 3.5 DOS SYSTEM 9000E 6880101W98 R04.10.04 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4051F 3.5 DOS SYSTEMS SABER 6881060C25 R04.00.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4203B
RVN4075D 3.5   T5600/T5620 SERIES 6802981G35 R04.00.02 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080385B23
HVN9060D CD   TC3000, TS3000, TR3000   R01.02.01.01 RLN4997A 3/20/2002    
HVN9060B CD   TELARIO TMT   R01.00.03.01 RLN4997A 08/11/00    
RVN4123G 3.5 DOS VISAR PRIVACY PLUS 6881073C90 R04.00.01 RPX4719G 01/31/97 Yes 3080371E46
RVN4333A 3.5   VRM 100 TOOLBOX 6802944C40 V3.70 RPX4719G 06/28/96   FKN4486A cable & adapter
RVN4133K 3.5   VRM 500/600/650 6802946C95 R03.01.03 RPX4719G 6/18/2002 No  
RVN4181E CD 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP XTS2500/5000 PORTABLES 6881095C44 R01.04.01 RPX4719G 7/26/2002   RKN4105A/RKN4106A
RVN4100 replaced by RVN4182 or RVN4183 2-3.5 DOS XTS3000 ASTRO PORTABLE/MOBILE            
RVN4100U 3.5 DOS XTS3000 6881074C70 R09.01.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4184 Yes RKN4035D
RVN4182E
contains: RVN4100, important notice sheet, letter
1-CD
2-3.5
98, ME, NT, 2000,
DOS
XTS3000 / SABER (PORT)   R01.04.00 RPX4719G 06/19/02 Yes RKN4046A
RVN4170D 3.5 DOS XTS3500 6881089C82 R02.00.03 RPX4719G 11/09/00 Yes RKN4035D
Forum: Radio Equipment
 Topic: ForSale CHEAP PRICE RADIO Kc6wir@yahoo.com
ForSale CHEAP PRICE RADIO Kc6wir@yahoo.com [message #3022] Mon, 04 November 2013 07:06
raymtcn73  is currently offline raymtcn73
Messages: 2
Registered: November 2013
Junior Member
Flex-5000 100 Watt SDR Transceiver ...........$1550 /1175 Euro
ACOM 1000 ....................................$1600 /1215 Euro
AmeritronAL-1500 .............................$2100 /1594 Euro
QRO HF-2500DX 160-10M HF Amp .................$1600 /1215 Euro
ICOM IC-7700 .................................$2200 /1670 Euro
ICOM IC 9100 .................................$1600 /1215 Euro
Icom IC-7000 .................................$750 /569 Euro
Icom IC 775DSP ...............................$1100 /800 Euro
Icom PW-1 ....................................$1700 /1290 Euro
ICOM IC-756-Pro III ..........................$1200 /911 Euro
KENWOOD TS-2000 ..............................$900 /650 Euro
Kenwood TL-922A HF amp .......................$750 /569 Euro
Alpha 9500 ...................................$3000 /2278 Euro
Ten Tec Orion II .............................$1300 /987 Euro
Ameritron A-l 1200 ...........................$800 /607 Euro
Elecraft K2 ..................................$500 /379 Euro
Elecraft K3/100 ..............................$1850 /1404 Euro
Yaesu FTDX 9000MP ............................$5500 /4176 Euro
Yaesu FTDX 5000MP ............................$3500 /2657 Euro
Yaesu FTDX 3000MP ............................$1600 /1215 Euro
YAESU FL-7000 SOLID STATE HF LINEAR AMPLIFIER.$1000 /725 Euro
Yeasu FT-857D w/ LDG Tuner....................$620 /450 Euro
Yaesu FT920 ..................................$750 /569 Euro

I can ship worldwide.
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 Topic: ADI AT600 Radios - HELP
icon9.gif  ADI AT600 Radios - HELP [message #209] Sun, 27 September 2009 15:29
RBoyette  is currently offline RBoyette
Messages: 2
Registered: September 2009
Location: Ft Myers, FL
Junior Member
Still have my old SAR radios and pulled them out after years of being put away. Still work but I need a manual or someone who knows how to program them. I also need to know where I can get new batteries for them. I am doing mounted patrol work now and would like to have these with me in case we do a recovery or event.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


RBoyette
Forum: Repairs
 Topic: Rigol DS1052E Hack to 100MHz
Rigol DS1052E Hack to 100MHz [message #1770] Wed, 02 January 2013 05:37
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 147
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
The Rigol DS1052E 50MHz scope arrived and it has been sitting for about a year (I guess maybe it is out of the warranty now anyway, so time for the HACK!) We finally got around to hacking the 50MHz beast to 100MHz. The unit came shipped with 00.02.05 SP1 firmware. This was tricky because RIGOL knew about all of the hacking going on. They put a stop to downgrading the firmware with the 00.02.05 firmware version.

The only way to hack this unit is to downgrade it to the 00.02.02.02 firmware. This firmware allowed you to change the serial number and model number which changes the scope to 100MHz. To do this, you need to use a USB or Serial port with special commands. Any newer firmware than 00.02.02.02 supposedly removed this feature. The trick was to take the 00.02.02.02 firmware and change the header on the file to reflect a larger firmware version. RIGOL also obscured the firmware version in their new firmware (02.05) so it isn't as easy as changing the numbers intuitively. With the right combination and a hex editor, the firmware was patched to make the scope think that the firmware was newer, but in fact, it was the old 00.02.02.02 firmware! Nice hack that actually works!

Linux was not playing well with the serial port and USB port, so Windows was used to make the serial/model number changes. After wondering why Windows was only recognizing it as a hard drive, the option for "Computer" was found in the "I/O Setup" for "USB Device". Once that was changed to "Computer", Windows recognized the RIGOL unit and the numbers were able to be changed. I bet this was the only problem with Linux also. But the job is done and there is no need to go back to try Linux at this point.


I wonder if the hack actually increased their sales or lost them money due to everyone purchasing the same unit for half the price? I know the purchase of this particular unit was because it could be hacked to 100MHz so my opinion is they gained more business and publicity from it.

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/projects/rigol/RIGOL_ds1052E-Hacked.jpg

[Updated on: Thu, 03 January 2013 02:53]

 Topic: GeForce 7600 GT 1500uF 6.3V FZ71 - Bad Capacitors
GeForce 7600 GT 1500uF 6.3V FZ71 - Bad Capacitors [message #304] Wed, 10 November 2010 01:44
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 147
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
I had the same problem many people are having with the GeForce 7600 GT video cards. I had 2 x GeForce 7600 GT cards in the same machine (...running 4 monitors...). The 1500uF capacitors are all crap. They probably cheaped out on them when manufacturing. On one card I had 2 caps blown across the inductor. But I pulled all of the 1500uF 6.3V caps on the board and tested them all. ALL of them failed their leakage test. So the best thing to do on those is to replace them all. Even if they look good, replace them. The 1000uF 16V cap tested fine. Cards work great afterwards...
Forum: New Hams and Hams in the Making
 Topic: New Elecraft K3/P3 & Yaesu FTDX5000MP AD6xJ@LIVE.COM
New Elecraft K3/P3 & Yaesu FTDX5000MP AD6xJ@LIVE.COM [message #3008] Sat, 21 September 2013 22:55
AD6XJ  is currently offline AD6XJ
Messages: 3
Registered: September 2013
Junior Member
I have a Yaesu FTDX5000MP HF Transceiver for sale.
Comes with all accessories, triple box and manual.The radio comes from a non-smoking environment,
comes with all factory box's, manuals, SM-5000 panadapter/speaker, Remote Keypad, power cord.
Software versions are current.
Price: $2,700usd/€2,000Euro

For sale is my Elecraft K3/P3 station.
Included 100 watt amp, antenna tuner, 250 and 400 hz 8 pole filters, KXVA3A, KTCXO3, Panadaptor P3 and hand mic.
Includes interconnecting cable (P3 to K3), K3 pwr leads and all manuals. Latest firmware.
Never around smoke. Never portable.
Works great like new, just not for me.
Asking: $1900usd/€1,410Euro

I can ship worldwide via DHL FedEx or UPS.

Call: (+1) 909-999-3834
Email: AD6xJ@LIVE.COM
Mr.Robert
73 and God Bless
AD6xJ
 Topic: radio operation
radio operation [message #151] Tue, 18 December 2007 15:40
N8HUW  is currently offline N8HUW
Messages: 2
Registered: December 2007
Junior Member
here it is I am sure a question you are shaking your heads at but oh well. Just purchased a Yaseau 767GX looks to be in good shape. Anyway Put it on an swl antenna I seem to be receiving beacons and so forth. The problem is when I first turned it on the VFO dial would move the radio thru about 1 mhz and then repeat. Now it wont move the readout at all I can use the up down button and tune thru the band but I am sure its way to course to find anything. Just need some help figureing out id the dial is OK and if so how to get it to tune. If not a suggestion for getting the radio gone thru so I can get on the air. Working on an antenna to be able to transmit


Mike
Forum: Alinco Mods
 Topic: Alinco DJ-162 Mod Extended RX/TX
Alinco DJ-162 Mod Extended RX/TX [message #2997] Sat, 06 July 2013 01:09
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 147
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
Extended RX/TX for Alinco DJ-162

1. Remove the battery pack. Remove the battery plate from the bottom of the radio.
2. Remove the back cover from the radio. This is a tedious process. You must take the knobs off the top and remove the top plate first.
3. Under the Battery clasp on the side of the radio (The little sliding thumb switch that keeps the battery from falling off the radio) you will find a yellow loop of wire. This loop is small and hard to get to. You will need a very small pair of cutters or scissors.

--Cut this wire.

4. Put the radio back together

5. Reset the radio. (You will lose your memories)

6. Go to the VFO mode.
Pressing the 'B' key on the keypad will now allow
you to cycle through the extended rx bands. It will cycle from 2 mtrs, am aircraft, to 800. The radio does NOT have the guts to receive 800. It just happens to be in the processor so don't waste your time listening.

7. This same jumper also opens extended transmit.

Ron Wright - KA5LUG
 Topic: Alinco DJ-160 Mod Extend TX
Alinco DJ-160 Mod Extend TX [message #2996] Sat, 06 July 2013 01:04
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 147
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
The new Alinco DJ-160 Radio will receive between 137-174 Mhz, and transmit in the 2Meter band only (144-148Mhz). A simple modifihoneyion to the radio will enable it to transmit in the full range it receives currently. I have not tested the output power on other frequencies (Due to my one and only watt meter getting fried) however I have tried setting a weather receiver a small distance away, and I did hear the radio in the receiver. To make the mod, the following must be done: (I assume that you have some experience with electronics and that you can tell a wire from a resistor, from a transistor)

1) Take the battery of the radio by lifting the battery release button. If you look at the bottom of the radio, there will be a metal plate that is held on with 4 small screws. Take this plate off, noting exactly how the clip was held on (like the slot for the battery release clip)

2) On the back of the radio there are two screws that hold the back of the radio on, take these screws out.

3) Now you should be able to lift the bottom part of the radio by the battery release button slightly apart. I was told that you should take the top knobs off, but I found that I didn't have to.

4) If you take the Battery Release Button and turn it about 90 degrees, the button should come out easily. After you get the small piece of plastic that is the button, you should see a yellow wire behind where the clip was.

5) Take a small wire cutter and CUT this YELLOW wire. You should probably make sure that the wire doesn't have bare metal showing from a lousy cutter, because I don't think that grounding this wire to the case would be HEALTHY for your radio. Smile

6) After You cut this wire. Assemble the radio, and just before you turn on the radio, do a power reset by holding the FUNC button while turning on the radio. This will reset the radio to ALL of the factory set parameters. YOU WILL LOOSE PROGRAMMED REQUENCIES that were programmed into the memory mode of the radio, so just write the frequencies down before proceeding with the above instructions.

7) The radio should be just like new, except that the transmit will be enabled for ALL frequencies! GOOD Luck!

If you use these mods for ILLEGAL purposes, pity upon thy sole, for you do not belong in the ranks of Amateur Radio. This
information is only supplied for Legal and Informational Purposes
only and I can NOT be held responsible for anything that you do with this INFO. And if you screw up your radio, TOO BAD. I can't be held responsible.

Name: Donald L. Schleede
Call: KB2LZF

[Updated on: Sat, 06 July 2013 01:06]

Forum: Purchasing Equipment
 Topic: MINT Elecraft K3/100
MINT Elecraft K3/100 [message #2989] Mon, 20 May 2013 02:08
raycoustier  is currently offline raycoustier
Messages: 3
Registered: May 2013
Junior Member
For Sale: Loaded Elecraft K3 and P3 panadapter with many options
including the second receiver and antenna tuner. It was a kit but expertly assembled
and it works and looks great.
Below is the complete list of options:
K3/100 - 100w Transceiver ......KBPF3 - gen coverage bandpass filter
KDVR3 - digital voice recorder......KFL3A-500 - 500hz cw filter
KFL3A-6K - 6khz AM filter..........KFL3B-FM - 13 khz FM filter
KRX3- second receiver.......KTCXO3-1 - TCXO 0.5PPM
KXV3A - K3 rx ant,IF out, Xvtr interface.....MH2 - Hand Mic
P3- Panadapter
Asking : $1850 shipped (worldwide)
Contact : kc6wir@yahoo.com

Icom IC-756 Pro III in as new condition from a non smoking environment. I purchased the radio new. The radio is pristine, no scratches,dings or marks and it works as it should. NO ISSUES !
Comes with PS-125 power supply microphone, power cord, manual and factory box and packing materials S/N 3203519.
Price $1300.00
Mr. Ray
Contact : kc6wir@yahoo.com
(408) 419-9615
73
kc6wir
 Topic: For sale:Pioneer CDJ-400 & DJM-400 Mixer Package
For sale:Pioneer CDJ-400 & DJM-400 Mixer Package [message #196] Sun, 19 April 2009 03:22
delivery1  is currently offline delivery1
Messages: 1
Registered: April 2009
Location: ca
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Forum: Technical Discussion
 Topic: sudden decrease in mic audio Icom IC_2200H
sudden decrease in mic audio Icom IC_2200H [message #342] Wed, 06 April 2011 23:41
W3RX  is currently offline W3RX
Messages: 1
Registered: April 2011
Junior Member
I have a rarely used Icom IC-220H that used to have very nice transmit audio.

Yesterday I transmitted and everyone said that it had low audio, and a little bit of a muffled sound. I pulled it from the car, and tested it on the bench. I get full power out, and all functions (as far as the usual menu items) work fine. It is set to the wide (W) setting, which is where I have always had it (it is really low, now, on the N setting).

There is now doubt that the audio is not what it used to be in amplitude or quality. My HT sounds much, much better, if that gives you any idea. Besides the loss of amplitude, there is a loss of bass, and perhaps a little muffle sound. It is hard to describe. I went ahead and drilled a bigger hole in the mic for the element to have a chance to get more from my voice, and that does not help at all, as I expected since it was working fine before.

A visual inspection inside the control head and the body of the rig showed nothing out of the ordinary.

I will say that the Jeep that this rig was in made a moderate amount of alternator whine. Maybe there are spikes on the 12 volts that zapped something?


Any ideas?

steve
w3rx
.
 Topic: spectrum analyzer
Re: spectrum analyzer [message #229 is a reply to message #223 ] Wed, 23 June 2010 01:54
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 147
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
Tektronix has a nice PDF on Spectrum Analyzers. You can do a google search for "tektronix fundamentals of real time spectrum analyzers" and that PDF should be listed somewhere on that first page. But it depends on what analyzer you have, if you are looking for the use of the controls, etc, you will probably have to get the manual on the scope itself. I have an HP and it is fairly easy to use. Good luck!
spectrum analyzer [message #223] Mon, 03 May 2010 13:55
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Messages: 1
Registered: May 2010
Location: california
Junior Member
I just signed up to this forum with the intent of getting some help in figuring out how to use a spectrum analyzer. Does anybody know anything about those things?
 Topic: ADI AT600 Radios - HELP
ADI AT600 Radios - HELP [message #210] Sun, 27 September 2009 15:34
RBoyette  is currently offline RBoyette
Messages: 2
Registered: September 2009
Location: Ft Myers, FL
Junior Member
I have several AT600 ADI radios from when I did search and rescue work. I pulled these radios out and they still work but I need new batteries. Where do I get them? How about a manual or anyone who knows how to program them? Any help is appreciated.


RBoyette
 Topic: alinco dj-v5
alinco dj-v5 [message #202] Thu, 10 September 2009 16:23
garster  is currently offline garster
Messages: 1
Registered: September 2009
Location: ontario canada
Junior Member
i have an alinco dj-v5 and just recently i have noticed when i tried to charge the battery and try to turn on the radio it is not getting any power can someone please help me.
 Topic: Anyone repair cracked case's on a VX-170?
Anyone repair cracked case's on a VX-170? [message #199] Sat, 13 June 2009 17:54
Beltgunner  is currently offline Beltgunner
Messages: 1
Registered: June 2009
Location: S.E. Ohio
Junior Member
I recently discovered my VX-170 has a crack running from the Antenna mount to the Battery compartment.I use this Radio doing relief work in hurricane zones so the waterproof feature is kinda important.Im not sure how much it would cost to get repaired considering I can get another Brand new Radio for $100 bucks on ebay so I'm not sure its worth messing with..Anyone have any Idea's?
 Topic: ICOM Models HM77, HM78, HM79, HM95, HM97 Microphone Pin-outs
ICOM Models HM77, HM78, HM79, HM95, HM97 Microphone Pin-outs [message #107] Wed, 07 February 2007 23:36
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Messages: 29
Registered: December 2004
Location: New Paltz
Junior Member
ICOM Models HM77, HM78, HM79, HM95, HM97 Microphone Pin-outs

index.php?t=getfile&id=12&private=0

PIN 1 +8 VOLTS DC output (max 10 Ma)
PIN 2 UP/DOWN.
PIN 3 AUDIO OUT.
PIN 4 PTT.
PIN 5 MIC GROUND.
PIN 6 MIC.
PIN 7 GROUND.
PIN 8 NO/CONNECTION.

[Updated on: Wed, 07 February 2007 23:38]

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 Topic: Apple iPhone 16GB Unlocked @220usd
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Forum: Motorola Mods
 Topic: Motorola Maxar/Moxy 2M Conversion
Motorola Maxar/Moxy 2M Conversion [message #1476] Sat, 01 September 2012 01:21
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By Tom Herman, CETma N1BEC/7

I've always wondered how easy it would be to put the Motorola Maxar/Moxy series radios onto the two meter ham band.

My gut feeling was that it shouldn't be too hard, but any interest was strictly academic because I had multichannel synthesized equipment for 2M. I hadn't had a reason to go ahead and try a conversion until my friend John, KC7OQN, came up with an old radio that he wanted to pop onto 146.52 Simplex. Many thanks to John for the "Guinea Pig", and for ponying up the $30.00 for two crystals.

My philosophy with radio conversions is to do the minimum amount of parts substitution that will give best practical performance. The usual approach is to replace capacitors, and not mess with coils, fragile, or hard to get to parts unless I absolutely have to. K.I.S.S!

The victim was a "Mid Split" (150.8-162 MHz) D23TRA1300AK two channel low power unit. The first order of business was to check out the radio to see if it worked at all on its original channel. It did, and the rocks were ordered from West Crystal in British Columbia. They got here three weeks later, right on schedule.

A quick check showed receive sensitivity was pretty good (~ .23 uV for 12 dB SINAD), but the transmit power was a tad low (4.6 watts @13.8 Volts), but I decided to go ahead with the conversion anyways.

I inadvertently left the unit powered up while I got called away from the service bench to attend to some "honey do's". When I got back, there was the unmistakable odor of burned electronics in the air. The unit was still receiving, but had no transmit.

Checking the circuit board showed a burned inductor (L 106). A closer check revealed this was an effect, and not a cause, and if I had installed another part, it would have burned up as well. The ultimate problem was a dead short on the other side of L 106: C 130, which turned out to be a .05 uF/25 volt tantalum capacitor.

It's fairly common for the Tantalum caps in the Moxy/Maxars to go critical, so a good S.O.P. is to leave a potential candidate unit powered up on a current limited power supply in a well ventilated area to see if the caps will hold up or not.

Fortunately, I have a small mountain of UHF Maxar/Moxy's, and since the exciters are practically identical to the VHF??????s, they became a valuable source of parts and quickly got the D23 going again.

Original operating frequencies were about 158 MHz TX, and 152 MHz RX. The old crystals were removed, and the '52 rocks installed. I elected to do the transmitter conversion first. The plan was to try to just align the unit, and if that worked, to go through afterwards and mop up any circuits that needed optimizing.

Keying up, I spotted the fundamental and triple of the oscillator, and zeroed the tripled signal on frequency.

L 102 and L03 are tuned first, while metering M3. L 102 tuning is quite sharp, L 103 a bit broader.

There was no L105 M5 reading, so M3 was tuned for a dip when adjusting L 105. The tuning was broad.

L 107 and L 108 tuned broad, then the PA was adjusted. Power output screamed to 14 watts! (I assume that the lower output prior to conversion was due to a partially shorting C 130 pulling down the B+ going to the tripler stage).

The tuning of L 105, L107, and L 108 were not optimum, the cores being bottomed out on the circuit board or close to it. (Managed to break the L 105 core, parts car to the rescue again!)

Check out the following table for the parts that needed to be changed out:
Range
Inductor AffectedCapacitor ChangedHighMid"Low"
L 105C 127434756(Note: all capacitances in pico-Farads.)
L 107C 1316810
L 108C 13481015


With the new capacitors installed, all three cores tuned well towards the center of the slug form. Power was then backed down to ten watts even. Don't try going to 12 pF for C 131, 10 is ideal.

The receiver was a most pleasant surprise! Without doing anything other than dropping the crystal in the right slot and centering it on frequency, it gave 12 dB SINAD at 1.75 microvolts! Further tuning was done, and the radio dropped to a stunning .25 microvolts 12 dB SINAD with no parts replacement. No conversion was necessary on the receiver.

[Updated on: Sat, 01 September 2012 01:22]

 Topic: Mitrek High Split to 6M Ham Band Conversion
Mitrek High Split to 6M Ham Band Conversion [message #1039] Sat, 15 October 2011 04:57
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11-02-03

By Tom Herman, CETma N1BEC/7

Here are the parts that need to be changed out to make the Motorola Mitrek operate well on the Six Meter Ham Band.

The criteria here was to make the conversion as easy as possible, and to do this by changing out capacitors only, and just as many as are actually needed for good operation.

Possibly other parts could be changed out, but the following list will get you the best performance for the least grief!

Do yourself a favor, and use a good, hot soldering iron. To do this conversion, a number of coil shields must be removed, and some of the parts are soldered onto fairly substantial groundplanes.

Also, if you do not solder the cans back on well, you will wind up with annoying intermittents!

After re-tuning, the Mitrek in question gave me the rated power of 50 watts, and good receiver sensitivity.

Transmitter:

Part #        Orig. Value   6M Value    Notes:
C 701         16 pF             12 pF   Watch soldering on cans of L 701- 
C 703         24 pF             20 pF   L 705: Very Hi Q circuits! Poor
C 704        150 pF            120 pF   Soldering will cause erratic TX
C 707         33 pF             24 pF   power!
C 710         22 pF             15 pF
C 712         22 pF             15 pF
C 713         27 pF             20 pF

Receiver:
Part # Orig. Value 6M Value Notes: C 166 100 pF 80-90 pF Rx picked up 0.05 uV sens. Tunes C 101 30 pF 15 pF much better after conversion! C 104 22 pF 15 pF C 106 22 pF 15 pF C 108 22 pF 15 pF C 110 22 pF 15 pF
Good Luck and have fun!

-Tom
 Topic: Motorola HSN1000A
Motorola HSN1000A [message #1034] Tue, 11 October 2011 15:35
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How to modify a Motorola HSN1000A amplified speaker for use with other radios, scanners, etc. Obtain a Molex # 0003061061 or 0003061062 female connector. Looking at the end of the female connector with the beveled corners to the left and the two triangular notches to the right, the pins are as follow:

upper left: audio ground

upper right: audio in

middle left: +13.8 volts

middle right: power ground & external speaker ground

lower left: external speaker out

lower right: internal speaker in

Connect a 1/8' (3.5mm) mono mini phone plug across the primary winding of an audio transformer. Connect the secondary winding of the audio transformer across the audio in and audio ground pins on the Molex connector.

Plug the mono mini phone plug into the headphone jack of your audio source. Connect power across the +13.8 volt and power ground pins on the Molex connector. Also connect the power ground pin on the Molex connector to the sleeve connection of a 1/8' (3.5mm) mono mini phone jack. Connect the external speaker out pin on the Molex connector to the tip connection of the mono mini phone jack. Connect the internal speaker in pin on the Molex connector to the normally closed connection on the mono mini phone jack. Plug an external speaker into the mono mini phone jack if you wish to use one or leave the mono mini phone jack unplugged to use the speaker inside the Motorola HSN1000A.

If you always want to use the internal speaker of the Motorola HSN1000A, you can simply jumper the external speaker out pin to the internal speaker in pin and leave off the mono mini phone jack. If you want to use the HSN1000A with a handheld radio having its own power source (e.g., batteries) isolated from the power source for the HSN1000A, then the audio transformer is optional. Ideally, the audio transformer would have 8:8 ohm winding impedance, but I used a 600:600 ohm transformer that can easily be scavenged from an old telephone modem or bought at Radio Shack, if they still carry item # 273-1374.

If you want to connect the HSN1000A to an audio source with a stereo output, simply use a 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo mini phone plug instead of a mono mini phone plug and connect only the tip and sleeve connections, leaving the ring connection unconnected.

 Topic: Syntor X Amateur Conversion (2M)
Syntor X Amateur Conversion (2M) [message #309] Thu, 20 January 2011 00:38
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I have found the Syntor to be a relatively inexpensive easy to convert radio for 2 Meter amateur use.

The EEPROMS used commonly in the orange label memory module are 2816A(28C16)devices normally supplied by SEEQ and have no markings on the top of the package.

There is a more rare version that has a white label and it uses a unique one time burned prom. Best bet if you encounter one of these would be to upgrade to the orange label module but there are a couple of devices on the personality board that are not compatible with the faster memory module Motorola document 68-80100453 explains this in depth if you have access.

The PROMS are easily programmed using a commercial EPROM programmer that supports the 2816 device I use a Pocket Programmer from Transtronics and it seems to work fine. There is software available that allows the image to be generated and loaded to the programmer which in turn programs the memory. module.pbenett@macnet.com is an excellent source for the software.

VCO modification may be needed in some cases for general ham use the solder jumpers on the VCO board need to be soldered together where the factory tuning cut was made as that will add the necessary capacitance to allow the VCO to lock on the new frequencies. If the unlock led located near the RF board is glowing constant when PTT is applied or in RX most likely the VCO will need modification or the software did not dump the data to the programmer correctly.

Beware I have ran into some freeware software that may have possibly used the wrong algorithm which resulted in incorrect code plug data even when the software reads correctly.

Good Luck with the mod.
kg4muc

[Updated on: Thu, 20 January 2011 00:49]

Forum: Kenwood Mods
 Topic: Kenwood TH-K20A - MARS / CAP TX Modification
Kenwood TH-K20A - MARS / CAP TX Modification [message #1396] Thu, 05 July 2012 01:19
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This modification is provided "as is," and is subject to change without notice. The author makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this modification procedure. The author shall not be liable for any error or for incidental or consequential damage in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this modification procedure.

It is illegal to operate outside the limits of your class license or permits.

Procedure for the Kenwood TH-K20A Mars Mod:

Turn off the transceiver and remove the battery pack.

Remove the antenna, channel selector knob, and volume knob.

Remove the Side Jack Accessory Cover.

Remove the two screws from the bottom of the radio on the back side.

Carefully lift the front panel up from the chassis, starting at the bottom of the radio. Be careful not to damage the speaker wires as you're opening the radio.

Locate and carefully remove the Diode reference D from the TX/RX unit - (see Figure 1).

Assemble the transceiver.

Reset the radio.
Press and Hold the F Key While Turning the Radio On
Release the F Key
Use the Channel Knob to Select Full Reset (FL.RST)
Press F then Press F Key Again to Confirm Reset

Transmitter Operating Range: 142 ~ 151.995MHz

KENWOOD TH-K20A – Full Extended TX Modification

This modification is provided "as is," and is subject to change without notice. The author makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this modification procedure. The author shall not be liable for any error or for incidental or consequential damage in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this modification procedure.

It is illegal to operate outside the limits of your class license or permits. Procedure:

Turn off the transceiver and remove the battery pack.

Remove the antenna, channel selector knob, and volume knob.

Remove the Side Jack Accessory Cover.

Remove the two screws from the bottom of the radio on the back side.

Carefully lift the front panel up from the chassis, starting at the bottom of the radio. Be careful not to damage the speaker wires as you're opening the radio.

Locate and carefully remove both Diodes reference C & D from the TX/RX unit - (see Figure 1).

Assemble the transceiver.

Reset the radio.
Press and Hold the F Key While Turning the Radio On
Release the F Key
Use the Channel Knob to Select Full Reset (FL.RST)
Press F then Press F Key Again to Confirm Reset

Transmitter Operating Range: 136 ~ 173.995MHz

Caution: This modification requires soldering equipment rated for CMOS type circuits. It also requires familiarity with surface mount soldering techniques. If you do not have the proper equipment or knowledge, do not attempt this modification yourself Seek qualified assistance.

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Forum: PIC Microcontrollers
 Topic: Arduino Uno32 Bootloader Reprogramming
Arduino Uno32 Bootloader Reprogramming [message #985] Mon, 05 September 2011 20:29
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Some Ardruino boards were shipped with bad bootloaders. When you try to burn a new program, the programmer will throw an error like this:

avrdude: verifihoneyion error, first mismatch at byte 0x0000
0x0c != 0xff
avrdude: verifihoneyion error; content mismatch

Many people are having these problems with these boards. If you are having these problems you need to burn a new bootloader.

Connect to the Uno32 with a terminal program (like puttytel). Set the baud rate to whatever COM port the Uno32 is connected to and use 115200 for the baud rate. As soon as you connect, type !!! and then you should see something like this:

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Explorer stk500V2 by MLS V1.0
Bootloader>

Then type ? (question mark)

Bootloader>? CPU stats
Explorer stk500V2 by MLS V1.0
Compiled on = Apr 24 2011
CPU Type = 32MX320F128H
GCC Version = 3.4.4 Microchip MPLAB C Compiler for PIC32 MCUs v1.11(A)-2010050 4
DEVID = 5090A053
Bootloader>


You will see the compile date.. This bootloader in this example was bad.

After the new bootloader was burned (file is attached). The problem should disappear. You must cycle the power. If you connect the Uno32 again with a terminal you will see the new compile date.

How do you reprogram the Arduino Uno32 bootloader?

This is a good question. There isn't anything that has a very good documentation for doing this. Some posts may tell you to return the board. If you can't understand the following, then it would be better to send the board back. BUT, this type of thing should really be learned if one isn't sure how to do this.

First the Arduino Uno32 board that was purchased, didn't have any pins installed (soldered) on the board for the ICSP section. You must take solder a 6 pin header to the board in order to use it.. I do not know why they didn't come with it in the first place. You can get header pins from Mouser or Digi-Key.

Then you will need a programmer that will program via the ICSP. A PICkit 2 in this case was used to reprogram the bootloader. A 12V power supply (doesn't need 12V, 9V will probably do just fine) was used to power the Arduino Uno32 board while this was being accomplished. If you don't power the Uno32 board, you will probably be drawing too much current for both the PICKit and the Arduino board. Hooking them in series to program will fail. The PICkit software will throw an error message saying the voltage is too low or wrong as soon as you load the program.

Open the PICkit software while the equipment is hooked up, load the hex file and burn! The Uno32 board needs to be restarted when completed. This should complete the process. If you don't have a PICkit, you can use any other programmer than has an ICSP port.

Hope this helps anyone that is having problems with their Arduino Uno32 boards... It isn't so intuitive and there isn't very much supporting documentation for it...
Arduino Uno32 ICSP
Arduino Uno32 ICSP

[Updated on: Mon, 05 September 2011 20:33]

 Topic: PIC Assembler Directives
PIC Assembler Directives [message #80] Sun, 01 October 2006 20:03
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PIC Assembler Language Directives



Assembler directives are instructions that direct the assembler to do something.

Directives do many things; some tell the assembler to set aside space for variables, others tell the assembler to include additional source files, and others establish the start address for your program. The directives available are shown below:

= Assigns a value to a symbol (same as EQU)

EQU Assigns a value to a symbol (same as =)

ORG Sets the current origin to a new value. This is used to set the program or register address during assembly. For example, ORG 0100h tells the assembler to assemble all subsequent code starting at address 0100h.

DS Defines an amount of free space. No code is generated. This is sometimes used for allohoneying variable space.

ID Sets the PIC's identifihoneyion bytes. PIC16C5x chips have two ID bytes, which can be set to a 2-byte value. Newer PICs have four 7-bit ID lohoneyions, which can be filled with a 4-character text string.

INCLUDE Loads another source file during assembly. This allows you to insert an additional source file into your code during assembly. Included source files usually contain common routines or data. By using an INCLUDE directive at the beginning of your program, you can avoid re-typing common information. Included files may not contain other included files. NOTE: The Device Include directive (i.e. INCLUDE 'C:\PicTools\16F877.inc' ) for the targeted device MUST be at the beginning of your source code.

FUSES NOTE that FUSE CONFIGURATIONs can be '&' together on a single line and/or spread between multiple lines. ALL FUSES directives are ANDed together to create the composite FUSE CONFIGURATION. (view the device "include" file for specific fuse syntax)

IF Assembles code if expression evaluates to TRUE.

IFNOT Assembles code if expression evaluates to FALSE.

ELSE Assembles code if preceeding evaluation is rejected.

ENDIF Ends conditional evaluation.

RESET Sets the reset start address. This address is where program execution will start following a reset. A jump to the given address is inserted at the last lohoneyion in memory. After the PIC is reset, it starts executing code at the last lohoneyion, which holds the jump to the given address. RESET is only available for PIC16C5x chips.

EEORG Sets the current data EEPROM origin to a new value. This is used to set the data EEPROM address during assembly. This directive usually precedes EEDATA. EEORG is only available for PICs that have EEPROM memory .

EEDATA Loads data EEPROM with given values. This provides a means of automatically storing values in the data EEPROM when the PIC is programmed. This is handy for storing configuration or start-up information. EEDATA is only available for PICs that have EEPROM memory.

Assembler Directive Examples



Include 'C:\PICTOOLS\16C877.inc' ; loads default symbols
; for the targeted device.
FUSES _WD_OFF&_LP_OSC ; specify multiple fuse settings
; using the '&' operator.
FUSES _CP_ON ; Specifies 1 fuse setting per line.
Digit = 43h ; Assign value 43h to Digit
Max EQU 1Ah ; Assign value 1Ah to Max
>ORG 10h ; Set assembly address to 10h
Count DS 2 ; Define 2 bytes at 10h & 11h
; Bytes can be referred to
; later as Count and Count+1
ID 1234h ; Set 16C5x ID to 1234h
ID "ABCD" ; Set newer PIC ID to 'ABCD'
INCLUDE "KEYS.SRC" ; Include KEYS.SRC file at
; point of insertion
RESET Start ; Set 16C5x reset jump to
; lohoneyion at Start
Start mov Count,#00 ; This will be executed
; when PIC is reset
EEORG 10h ; Set EEPROM address to 10h
EEDATA 02h,88h,34h ; Store 3 bytes in EEPROM

[Updated on: Sat, 08 December 2012 02:44] by Moderator

 Topic: PIC Assembly Language Commands
PIC Assembly Language Commands [message #59] Sun, 21 May 2006 23:55
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PIC Assembly Language Commands


Mnemonic

Arguments

Name

Notes

ADDLW

 

Add Literal to W

 

ADDWF

 

Add W to file

 

ANDLW

 

And Literal with W

 

ANDWF

 

And W with file

 

BCF

 

Clear a bit from file

 

BSF

 

Set a bit in file

 

BTFSC

 

Test bit in file, skip next if clear (0)

 

BTFSS

 

Test bit in file, skip next if set (1)

 

CALL

 

Call subroutine

 

CLRF

 

Set file to 0

 

CLRW

 

Set W to 0

 

CLRWDT

 

Clear watchdog timer

 

COMF

 

Complement (Invert) file

 

DECF

 

Decrement file

 

DECFSZ

 

Decrement file, skip next if zero

 

GOTO

 

Goto line number

 

INCF

 

Increment file

 

INCFSZ

 

Increment file, skip next if zero

 

IORLW

 

(Inclusive) OR literal with W

 

IORWF

 

(Inclusive) OR W with file

 

MOVLW

 

Move literal to W

 

MOVF

 

Move file to W

 

MOVWF

 

Move W to file

 

NOP

-

No operation

Do nothing

OPTION

-

Copies W into Option register

To be discontinued

RETFIE

-

Return from handling interrupt

 

RETLW

K

Return with a literal in W

 

RETURN

-

Return from subroutine

 

RLF

F

Rotate a file left

 

RRF

F

Rotate a file right

 

SLEEP

-

Enter 'sleep' mode

 

SUBLW

K

Subtract literal from W

 

SUBWF

F

Subtract W from file

 

SWAPF

F,F

Swap 2 files

 

TRIS

 

Configure ports as I/O

To be discontinued

XORLW

 

(Exclusive) OR literal with W

 

XORWF

 

(Exclusive) OR W with file

 

[Updated on: Mon, 22 May 2006 00:05] by Moderator

 Topic: Enhanced Willem Programmer
Enhanced Willem Programmer [message #48] Tue, 04 April 2006 01:46
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I purchased an Enhanced Willem Programmer to read and program chips. It is probably one of the best programmers I have used yet. Although I do wish the documentation was better! If anyone is looking for a programmer that will program PIC chips, I recommend this programmer. Of course before purchasing, make sure it will handle the chips you are looking to program.

In order to use this programmer to program some PIC chips, you do need to use the ICSP pins. The easiest way i think would be to get a 5 pin connector (to match the ICSP header on the PCB) and a 28 or 40 pin socket. Solder the 5 wires to the connector then solder the other sides to the chip socket in the right order (of course).

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/projects/pic-ethernet/pic_icsp.jpg

Here is the 5pin ICSP header to a 28 pin PIC chip's connection:

Vpp <--------> Pin 1
Vdd <--------> Pin 20
GND <--------> Pin 19
RB7 <--------> Pin 28
RB6 <--------> Pin 27

Here is the 5pin ICSP header to a 40 pin PIC chip's connection:

Vpp <--------> Pin 1
Vdd <--------> Pin 32
GND <--------> Pin 31
RB7 <--------> Pin 40
RB6 <--------> Pin 39

Here is the 5pin ICSP header to a 18 pin PIC chip's connection:

Vpp <--------> Pin 4
Vdd <--------> Pin 14
GND <--------> Pin 5 (Vss)
RB7 <--------> Pin 13
RB6 <--------> Pin 12


I hope this helps any newbies. Don't forget to look at the chip's datasheet though. It MAY or MAY NOT be different. It is always better to make sure the pinouts are the same. This Enhanced Willem Programmer is awesome! After reading most frustrated forum posters, I have come to realize that it is easier to get mad at someone else than to try to solve the problem. Most of the problems I have had with the programmer is LACK of documentation. Other than that, I have gotten it to read and program many different chips. Hats off to the developers of this programmer. It is very nice for the money! If anyone else finds this post helpful, PLEASE pbass it on. The documentation on these should be better written!

KC2NDA

[Updated on: Sat, 15 April 2006 19:38]

Forum: Pagers
 Topic: Cloning Flex pagers
Cloning Flex pagers [message #303] Thu, 21 October 2010 17:11
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Location: Montreal
Junior Member
Hi guys,

I have a lot of pagers. they are all on the same frequency. Years ago, it used to be cheaper to have them all on the group call than now. Now it costs even more to have them on group call than if they were all on separate phone numbers!

Would any of you know if there would be a way to have them all again on the same cap-code or clone them so that once I page one beeper, they would all ring?

Thanks
 Topic: Motorola Service Manuals
Motorola Service Manuals [message #213] Sat, 10 October 2009 22:01
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ORDER THESE FROM MOTOROLA, 1-800-422-4210
----------------------------------------------
Universal Programming Interface

Instruction Manual (w/schematics): 6881010B39

Bravo Plus
Theory/Maintenance: 6881012B35
Service Manual 33-37, 40-50 MHz: 6881012B15
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881012B20
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 152-160: 6881012B80
Service Manaul 406-422, 435-512 MHz: 6881012B25
Service Manual 929-932 MHz: 6881012B30
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 929-932 MHz: 6881012B85

Scriptor LX2/Advisor Pro
Theory Maintenance Manual: 6881021B90
VHF Receiver Servicing Supplement: 6881103B36
Decoder Servicing Supplement: 6881104B25
Service Manual AARD RX kits, 132-174 MHz: 6881022B60

Advisor
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881011B75
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881011B55
Decoder Servicing Supplement: 6881104B15
VHF HIGH-BAND PAGING RECEIVERS AARD4050A-D.....AARD4056A-D
Servicing Supplement: 6881103B02

Bravo Series Stand Alone Programmer
Instruction/Service Manual: 6881051C20

Bravo
Theory/Maintenance Manual, GSC: 6881046C40
Service Manual, GSC 138-174 MHz: 6881046C30
Theory/Maintenance Manual, POGSAG: 6881047C95
Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881047C70
Service Manual, High-band VHF: 6881047C75
Service Manual, UHF: 6881047C80
Service Manual, 900 MHz: 6881006B85

Keynote

Instruction/Service Manual, Tone and Voice, 138-174 MHz: 6881008B15

Wrist Watch Pager
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881011B15
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881011B10
Programmer Instructions: 6881011B06
Operating Instructions: 6881011B05

BPR2000
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881033C65
Tone Alert/Silent Alert Service Manual, VHF: 6881032C55
Tone Alert/Silent Alert Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881032C75
Tone and Voice Service Manual, VHF: 6881032C50
Tone and Voice Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881032C60

Pageboy II
Theory/Maintenance Manual, 138-174 MHz: 6881000C90
Instruction Manual, 450-512 MHz: 6881009C60

Spirit
Instruction Manual 132-174 MHz: 6881014C20

 Topic: Paging Frequency Allocations
Paging Frequency Allocations [message #69] Sat, 01 July 2006 22:49
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List of Paging Frequencies:
===========================

The FCC has set aside several frequency bands that paging companies are able
to use. These bands are (in MHz):

35 - 36
43 - 44
138 - 159
454 - 460
929 - 932
959 - 960

 Topic: Bravo Plus Receiver Board Part Numbers and Frequencies
Bravo Plus Receiver Board Part Numbers and Frequencies [message #67] Sat, 01 July 2006 22:36
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-Bravo Plus-

Service Manual Numbers:
Theory/Maintenance: 6881012B35
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881012B20
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 152-160: 6881012B80
Service Manual 406-422, 435-512 MHz: 6881012B25

Receiver Board Part Numbers
138 - 143 MHz - AARD4050A
138 - 143 MHz - NRD7211A,B
143 - 148.6 MHz - AARD4051A
143 - 148.6 MHz - NRD7212A,B
148.6 - 152 MHz - AARD4052A
148.6 - 152 MHz - NRD7213A,B
152 - 159 MHz - AARD4053A
- NRD4050G
NRD4053G
NRD4056G
NRE6552C
454 MHz - NRE6553C
NRF4121C
NRN6200A
NRN8550A
NRD7214B

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[Updated on: Sat, 01 July 2006 22:48]

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