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Forum: Radio Mods
 Topic: Power mod for the ICOM IC-746
Power mod for the ICOM IC-746 [message #8] Wed, 29 December 2004 01:42
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Power mod for the ICOM IC-746
Remove bottom cover.

Find the voice module plug-in.Right behind it you will see 4 pots

R993 144 mhz power adj
R991 50 mhz power adj
R989 HF bands power adj
R990 AM power adj

You can tweak these to up the power suggest on hf doing it on 40 meters. you can get close to180 watts on 40-75 meters about 125 to 150 on 20-10.

The pots are very small be careful not to use something to big. the are all metal pots.

NI4L

[Updated on: Sun, 06 May 2007 12:50]

 Topic: Extended RX/TX for IC-746
Extended RX/TX for IC-746 [message #7] Wed, 29 December 2004 01:41
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Open the bottom cover of the IC-746
Place radio on surface upside down with front to your left.


Find chip label HD6433042SFB24
To the right of this chip (3/4 inch) are two rows of diodes.


14 diodes in the right column and 7 diodes in the left column.

For Icom 746 Radios with the diodes in the 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 14 positions, remove numbers 6 and 7 leaving the other 5 in place.
Mod complete.
 Topic: Separating the Tx and Rx lines on 2 meters in the IC746 could not be easier
Separating the Tx and Rx lines on 2 meters in the IC746 could not be easier [message #6] Wed, 29 December 2004 01:40
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Separating the Tx and Rx lines on 2 meters in the IC746 could not be easier.

Put the rig on the bench with the front panel facing towards you, and turn upside down, with the front panel still facing towards you.

Remove the bottom cover.

At back-left there is a 5 inch square metal screening plate held in place by four screws - remove it.

You will see a miniature co-ax plug and cocked, labeled VRX. Simply unplug, tuck the original plug out of the way and plug in a new plug attached to a length of miniature coax, which can neatly leave the rig through the hole on the back panel that contains an earth bolt. Now you have your separate receive input!

You could cut off and re-use the miniature co-ax plug, but I preferred to contact my local Icom dealer and buy a new one (a couple of dollars) - the Icom description is: PLUG TMP-P01X-A1 (Min Coax) IC-125.

73
David, G4YTL

[Updated on: Wed, 29 December 2004 01:40]

 Topic: IC-746 (USA models) All Band TX Modification
IC-746 (USA models) All Band TX Modification [message #5] Wed, 29 December 2004 01:38
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This information is to help clear the confusion about the ICOM IC-746 modification for out of amateur band transmissions. There are a couple of different mods floating around for the IC-746. For USA models, the following information is the ONLY mod for the IC-746! I verified this with my contacts at ICOM. They verified that this was the ONLY modification for the IC-746 (USA model) and that there were NO others. I then performed the modification and the radio transmits from about 100KHZ to 60MHZ and 118MHZ to 176MMZ so be careful with this mod!

Read the following instructions all the way through before performing this mod. Perform this modification ONLY if you feel capable of soldering VERY small surface mount diodes! Do this totally at your own risk.



------------------------------------------------------------ --------------------

Turn the radio upside down and position the front panel to your right. The main tuning knob will be to your lower right and the microphone connector to your upper right. This will orientate the radio in the proper direction to read the parts layout identification silk screening. (Note: the IC part numbers will be UPSIDE DOWN.)

Remove the twelve screws from the sides and bottom securing the bottom cover.

Locate the Circuit board with the Optional IF filters. The filters will be in the upper left hand corner of the circuit board. Look to the lower middle of the circuit board for silk screening that reads “Option UT-102”. (almost the center of the radio) Immediately to the right of the “Option UT-102” silk screening you will see two columns (14 positions in each column) of VERY small surface mount diodes in a tight configuration. I’ll call them diode positions 1-14. This column should have diodes in EVERY position 1-14. The next column to the right is diode positions 15-28. This column should have diodes in positions 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 27 and 28 as shown below.

[01] [15]
[02] [ ]
[03] [ ]
[04] [18]
[05] [ ]
[06] [20]
[07] [ ]
[08] [22]
[09] [23]<-- Remove this diode only!!!
[10] [ ]
[11] [ ]
[12] [ ]
[13] [27]
[14] [28]

Diode 23 is VERY small and has a small “Y” on top of it. Use the finest pair of tweezers you have to remove diode 23 ONLY! Make sure you remove diode 23 only and NO other diodes! Make sure you have NO solder bridges as the diode pads are VERY small!

Use a clear piece of tape and tape the diode to one of the metal covered cans near the columns in the same orientation you removed it. This way you’ll have your diode to reinstall if you ever feel you need to and you’ll know the orientation of the diode.

This completes the TX modification. Replace the cover and screws.

TX should be from about 100KHZ to 60MHZ and 118MHZ to 176MMZ.

Do this totally at your own risk. Never, transmit out of the ham bands or your privileges.

73

Lyndel, N7LT
Forum: Cellular
 Topic: UTStarcom CPE1134 Circuitry - Hack
UTStarcom CPE1134 Circuitry - Hack [message #3108] Sat, 06 June 2015 02:29
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How may of us wanted to know what was inside a cell phone? For the amount of money paid for this cellphone: ($10) with no contract. Only a US passport and the green piece of paper! You can't go wrong with an electronic tinkerer wanting something to play around with.

USStarcom Circuit Board

This phone was packing an ARM processor (meant specifically for cell phones) with several other chips. The other chip must be a memory module for the processor. Nothing fancy there.
ARM MT6223DA

The next chips are the SKY77542 which is a transmit and receive front-end module (FEM) with an integrated Power Amplifier Control for dual-band cellular GSM900 and DCS1800, and the AD6548 which is a complete GSM.GPRS Transceiver. These do the actual cellular communihoneyions.
SKY77542

The next chip is the AR1010. This chip is a complete FM Radio Receiver. This can be used to receive FM radio stations between 76 - 108MHz. This was the best part of the phone =)
AR1010 FM Receiver

[Updated on: Sat, 06 June 2015 03:03]

 Topic: How Cell Phones Work
How Cell Phones Work [message #60] Wed, 14 June 2006 23:44
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Cell Phone Codes
All cell phones have special codes associated with them. These codes are used to identify the phone, the phone's owner and the service provider.
Let's say you have a cell phone, you turn it on and someone tries to call you. Here is what happens to the call:

When you first power up the phone, it listens for an SID (see sidebar) on the control channel. The control channel is a special frequency that the phone and base station use to talk to one another about things like call set-up and channel changing. If the phone cannot find any control channels to listen to, it knows it is out of range and displays a "no service" message.

When it receives the SID, the phone compares it to the SID programmed into the phone. If the SIDs match, the phone knows that the cell it is communicating with is part of its home system.

Along with the SID, the phone also transmits a registration request, and the MTSO keeps track of your phone's location in a database -- this way, the MTSO knows which cell you are in when it wants to ring your phone.

The MTSO gets the call, and it tries to find you. It looks in its database to see which cell you are in.

The MTSO picks a frequency pair that your phone will use in that cell to take the call.

The MTSO communicates with your phone over the control channel to tell it which frequencies to use, and once your phone and the tower switch on those frequencies, the call is connected. Now, you are talking by two-way radio to a friend.

As you move toward the edge of your cell, your cell's base station notes that your signal strength is diminishing. Meanwhile, the base station in the cell you are moving toward (which is listening and measuring signal strength on all frequencies, not just its own one-seventh) sees your phone's signal strength increasing. The two base stations coordinate with each other through the MTSO, and at some point, your phone gets a signal on a control channel telling it to change frequencies. This hand off switches your phone to the new cell.

Let's say you're on the phone and you move from one cell to another -- but the cell you move into is covered by another service provider, not yours. Instead of dropping the call, it'll actually be handed off to the other service provider.

If the SID on the control channel does not match the SID programmed into your phone, then the phone knows it is roaming. The MTSO of the cell that you are roaming in contacts the MTSO of your home system, which then checks its database to confirm that the SID of the phone you are using is valid. Your home system verifies your phone to the local MTSO, which then tracks your phone as you move through its cells. And the amazing thing is that all of this happens within seconds.

The less amazing thing is that you may be charged insane rates for your roaming call. On most phones, the word "roam" will come up on your phone's screen when you leave your provider's coverage area and enter another's. If not, you'd better study your coverage maps carefully -- more than one person has been unpleasantly surprised by the cost of roaming. Check your service contract carefully to find out how much you're paying when you roam.

Note that if you want to roam internationally, you'll need a phone that will work both at home and abroad. Different countries use different cellular access technologies.

Let's take a good look inside a digital cell phone.

Inside a Cell Phone
On a "complexity per cubic inch" scale, cell phones are some of the most intricate devices people use on a daily basis. Modern digital cell phones can process millions of calculations per second in order to compress and decompress the voice stream.

Let's talk about what some of the individual chips do. The analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion chips translate the outgoing audio signal from analog to digital and the incoming signal from digital back to analog.

The microprocessor handles all of the housekeeping chores for the keyboard and display, deals with command and control signaling with the base station and also coordinates the rest of the functions on the board.

The ROM and Flash memory chips provide storage for the phone's operating system and customizable features, such as the phone directory. The radio frequency (RF) and power section handles power management and recharging, and also deals with the hundreds of FM channels. Finally, the RF amplifiers handle signals traveling to and from the antenna.

The display has grown considerably in size as the number of features in cell phones have increased. Most current phones offer built-in phone directories, calculators and games. And many of the phones incorporate some type of PDA or Web browser.

Some phones store certain information, such as the SID and MIN codes, in internal Flash memory, while others use external cards that are similar to SmartMedia cards.

Cell phones have such tiny speakers and microphones that it is incredible how well most of them reproduce sound. The speaker is about the size of a dime and the microphone is no larger than the watch battery beside it. Speaking of the watch battery, this is used by the cell phone's internal clock chip.

What is amazing is that all of that functionality -- which only 30 years ago would have filled an entire floor of an office building -- now fits into a package that sits comfortably in the palm of your hand!

In 1983, the analog cell-phone standard called AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone System) was approved by the FCC and first used in Chicago. AMPS uses a range of frequencies between 824 megahertz (MHz) and 894 MHz for analog cell phones. In order to encourage competition and keep prices low, the U. S. government required the presence of two carriers in every market, known as A and B carriers. One of the carriers was normally the local-exchange carrier (LEC), a fancy way of saying the local phone company.

Carriers A and B are each assigned 832 frequencies: 790 for voice and 42 for data. A pair of frequencies (one for transmit and one for receive) is used to create one channel. The frequencies used in analog voice channels are typically 30 kHz wide -- 30 kHz was chosen as the standard size because it gives you voice quality comparable to a wired telephone.

The transmit and receive frequencies of each voice channel are separated by 45 MHz to keep them from interfering with each other. Each carrier has 395 voice channels, as well as 21 data channels to use for housekeeping activities like registration and paging.

A version of AMPS known as Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone Service (NAMPS) incorporates some digital technology to allow the system to carry about three times as many calls as the original version. Even though it uses digital technology, it is still considered analog. AMPS and NAMPS only operate in the 800-MHz band and do not offer many of the features common in digital cellular service, such as e-mail and Web browsing.

Forum: Programming Radios
 Topic: Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout
Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout [message #3103] Fri, 22 May 2015 09:46
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Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout

This needs a simple USB cable with no other parts involved besides the PMLN5072 connector. Cut the one side of the USB cable that is not needed. Wire up as follows:

White Data - Pin 2
Green Data + Pin 1
Red Vbus Pin 3
Black ground Pin 4

Looking at the back of the radio the connector facing you the pins are as follows:

Upper left side of the connector is pin 2
Lower left side of the connector is pin 1
Pin 4 is next to pin 2
Pin 3 is next to pin 1

Some people have mentioned that the green and white wires where swapped, so you might want to check your USB connector before making the assumption that the white and green wires are what they really say they are. Some cables may be swapped depending on who made them. Some cheap cables might not follow the standard color scheme.
I was told by a Motorola rep that the front microphone connector will not program everything on the radio and is not recommended because it is some proprietary system Motorola has. However the back will program everything.

Motorola XPR Programming Cable
The left cable is the one just made for under $10. The one on the right was purchased by another ham for more than $30. These cables sell on ebay for as much as $60. It gives a reason to cut off USB cables from old mice and keyboards and keep them around for cables like these.

[Updated on: Sun, 31 May 2015 23:46]

 Topic: Motorola mcs2000
Motorola mcs2000 [message #2819] Sun, 21 April 2013 03:54
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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: 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: Alinco Mods
 Topic: Alinco DR1200T Full Band Mod
Alinco DR1200T Full Band Mod [message #3098] Wed, 29 April 2015 01:06
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Alinco DR1200T Full Band Mod

Step 1. Remove 2 screws located on top of cover.
Step 2. Loosen the 4 screws on both sides of top cover (do not remove).
Step 3. Remove top cover
Step 4. Locate Yellow wire Loop behind tuning Knob (this wire loops from
the control board mounted on front pannel).
Step 5. Cut loop and tape ends.
Step 6. Replace top cover.
Step 7. Reset radio (press 'F' and VCO/M keys together. While holding
down keys turn off and on Power).

Factory settings will be restored however the new frequency range will
be from 132 to 173 MHz. Any memory will have to be reprogramed.
These insructions are from Alinco, I've done them to my set and
it works great.
 Topic: Alinco DR-110 Full Band Mod
Alinco DR-110 Full Band Mod [message #3097] Wed, 29 April 2015 01:04
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Alinco DR-110 Full Band Mod

tep 1. Remove 2 screws located on top of cover.
Step 2. Loosen the 4 screws on both sides of top cover (do not remove).
Step 3. Remove top cover
Step 4. Locate Yellow wire Loop behind tuning Knob (this wire loops from
the control board mounted on front pannel).
Step 5. Cut loop and tape ends.
Step 6. Replace top cover.
Step 7. Reset radio (press 'F' and VCO/M keys together. While holding
down keys turn off and on Power).

Factory settings will be restored however the new frequency range will
be from 132 to 173 MHz. Any memory will have to be reprogramed.
These insructions are from Alinco, I've done them to my set and
it works great.

This modification also works on the DR1200T and DR112 radios. Frequency range
when applied:

130.000 - 169.995
340.000 - 379.995
870.000 - 889.995
 Topic: Alinco DJ-580T Air and Out of Band Mod
Alinco DJ-580T Air and Out of Band Mod [message #3096] Wed, 29 April 2015 01:00
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Alinco DJ-580T Air and Out of Band Mod

This is a very simple mod it will give you aircraft band RX,
from 108-130 Mhz AM. On the first part and RX/TX from 130Mhz-
170Mhz on VHF and 415 - 470 Mhz on UHF (Approximate).

1. Remove the battery from the radio.
2. Look at the bottom of the radio where the battery mounts.
3. Locate four screws that hold the battery mounting plate to the
bottom of the radio. Remove these four screws.
(Be careful, the screws are SMALL!)
4. The battery plate is still attached by two wires but there should
be enough slack in them to get around the plate with a pair of
cutters.
5. With the radio's keypad and display facing up, locate a loop of
red wire on the right side of the radio interior.
6. Cut this wire for AM Aircraft band RX.
7. On the left side of the interior, locate a loop of blue wire.
8. Cut this wire for TX/RX as described above.
9. Insulate the exposed ends of these wires so they do not short.
10.Re-attach the battery mounting plate and replace the battery.
11.With the radio off, hold down the function key and turn the
radio on.

73 de Tom/N6ZXY@W6QFK.#SOCA.CA.USA.NA
 Topic: Alinco DR-430 Extend Transmit Mod
Alinco DR-430 Extend Transmit Mod [message #3093] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:51
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Alinco DR-430 Extend Transmit Mod

This is the Alinco DR-430 Extended TX modification. This modification will expand TX coverage to
403-499 MHz. Please follow the steps and do the work CAREFULLY! This modification works great
in my rig and I assume this modification will work on almost all 430's (no warranty implied).

1. Unscrew the 3 small screws on the top cover.
2. Gently remove the top cover.
3. Cut the little loop wire (blue) that's located just behind the display, 2" left from the Power
button.
4. Reassemble the radio.
5. Reset the radio's CPU by turning power ON while pressing the F key.

73's & DX de Eduardo "Ed" Sweet - LU7AKC.
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 Topic: Alinco DJ-560-T Extend Transmit Frequencies Mod
Alinco DJ-560-T Extend Transmit Frequencies Mod [message #3092] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:49
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Alinco DJ-560-T Extend Transmit Frequencies Mod

The following modifihoneyion to the Alinco DJ-560-T will enable it to transmit out of band. Rumor: may
also enable cross-band repeat.
1. Turn power off.
2. Remove battery.
3. Unscrew stainless steel battery connector plate. This is the rectangular s/s plate found at the
bottom of the unit and is held in place with (4) small chromed, Phillips head screws.
4. Remove Antenna.
5. Unscrew the one black head, Phillips head screw found immediately adjacent to the BNC.
6. Carefully remove the grey DIAL, UHF and VHF plastic knobs.
7. Unscrew the lock ring nuts that are found under each of the three sets of knobs.
8. Gently remove the plastic top cover on the unit.
9. Unscrew the (4) black head Phillips screws that hold the body halves together.
10. Place the unit face down on a work surface that is covered with a towel or a similar soft cloth.
This will protect the unit from being marred while you work on it.
11. Gently separate the two body halves about 1/2" to 3/4".
12. Cut the ORANGE wire loop and reseal the exposed ends with heat shrink tubing.
(NOTE: if your DJ-560T is serial numbered from #0636-0705, the loop will be YELLOW in
color! However whichever the color, cut only the loop! It will be the only loop to be found!)
13. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order of the above instructions.
14. Reset the CPU by holding the 'F' key (above the PTT key) down and turning on the unit.

[Updated on: Sat, 28 March 2015 02:49]

 Topic: Alinco DJ-120 Extend Frequency Mod
Alinco DJ-120 Extend Frequency Mod [message #3091] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:47
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Alinco DJ-120 Extend Frequency Mod

Hi all, i have recently heard of a mod for the alinco dj-120. The mod opens up transmit from 130
mhz to 174 MHz.
To do this, please folow these simple procedures:
1. Open the front and top case of the ht.
2. Look for 2 jumpers, one vertical, on horizontal next to the microprocessor and cut both of
them.
3. Reset the microprocessor by pressing the reset button on front panel.

Be careful! that will reset all memories stored in the radio
 Topic: ALINCO 22T/E.24E/T Microphone Wiring Pinout
ALINCO 22T/E.24E/T Microphone Wiring Pinout [message #3083] Wed, 18 March 2015 00:58
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ALINCO 22T/E.24E/T Microphone Wiring Pinout

1. Mic
2. PTT
3. Down
4. Up
5. +8 Volts
6. N/C
7. Mic Earth (ground)
8. Ground

ALINCO 22T/E.24E/T Microphone Wiring Pinout
View from front of transceiver

[Updated on: Wed, 18 March 2015 01:02]

 Topic: ALINCO DMR610 DR-135 DR-435 Microphone Wiring Pinout
ALINCO DMR610 DR-135 DR-435 Microphone Wiring Pinout [message #3082] Wed, 18 March 2015 00:54
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ALINCO DMR610 DR-135 DR-435 Microphone Wiring Pinout

1. Mic
2. PTT
3. Down
4. Up
5. +5 Volts
6. Remote Control
7. Screen Earth (ground)
8. Ground

ALINCO DMR610 DR-135 DR-435 Microphone Wiring Pinout
View from front of transceiver

[Updated on: Wed, 18 March 2015 00:55]

 Topic: Alinco DJ-162 Mod Extended RX/TX
Alinco DJ-162 Mod Extended RX/TX [message #2997] Sat, 06 July 2013 01:09
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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
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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: Antennas and Feedlines
 Topic: 10 Meter EH Antenna
10 Meter EH Antenna [message #3095] Tue, 31 March 2015 23:57
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10 Meter EH Antenna by Lloyd Butler VK5BR

AN EH ANTENNA FOR 10 METERS

This is a companion to the 20 and 40 meter L+L EH Antennas published in the April 2003 issue of Amateur Radio

Originally published in the journal "Amateur Radio", September 2004


Introduction

Here is a 10 meter version of the EH antennas published the April 2000 issue of Amateur Radio and which was assembled at around the same time. However it was put aside because of the problem encountered with interaction between the antenna tuning and the coaxial feeder. At that time I had not learned how to prevent this with a coax trap. The antenna has now been fitted with a tuned trap at its base and this has stabilized the tuning to the extent that any interaction is now negligible.

Circuit Diagram

The antenna has the same basic circuit arrangement as the 20 and 40 meter versions previously published and which use the L+L balanced type of matching network. However also added is the tuned trap to eliminate interaction between antenna tuning and the coax feeder. For detail of operation of the matching network and why the trap is fitted, refer to my previous articles listed under the "Reference" heading. Circuit detail for the 10 meter antenna is shown in figure 1 in attached PDF.

Assembly Detail

The assembly is shown in figure 2. As before the host material to support the dipole cylinders and the matching network is PVC plumbing tube. Again the dipole cylinders fit on the inside of the tubing and are made of aluminum tubing which I recovered from the broken tiller of one of the boats we used to sail. More of the tubing is used for the capacitor stators fitted inside the PVC tube.

The slider sections of the capacitors were also made from thin aluminum tubing with a portion of the side cut out. I recovered this from an old IF can previously used in a valve superhet receiver.

Fortunately I had left plenty of PVC tube spare at the bottom of the antenna, below the input connector and in this space I wound 8 turns of RG58 coax around the PVC tube to form the coaxial inductor for the trap. This measured about 1.7 uH and was resonated around 29 MHz with a 10 pF capacitor. I find the easiest way to check its resonant frequency is to poke the dip meter coil up the center of the PVC pipe. (This must be done with input and output leads disconnected so that the trap is not too loaded for the dip to appear).

I measured the through signal loss of the trap into 50 ohms resistance. Loss was so low that I deemed it negligible.
Without the trap, the antenna was a crazy thing to adjust. With the trap fitted, tuning was as stable as a rock.

Previous tests that I had carried out on a 20 meter L+L antenna indicated that the signal tended to be skewed upwards if the trap was fitted close to the input connector rather than a short distance down the coax cable. I wondered how this 10 meter antenna would perform with the trap so close. I carried out some very rough tests in the backyard and indications were that the signal was spread at right angles and upwards at around the same field strength. So there seemed to be some evidence of this skewing and that the antenna might perform about the same
for high angle and low angle transmission.

Summary

Described is a 10 meter version of the EH antenna using the L+L type matching network. Included in the assembly is a tuned trap which is effective in inhibiting out of balance current
on the coax feeder and eliminating interaction between the feeder and the antenna tuning.

Extensive field measurements have not been carried out but limited tests, with the trap fitted as shown, indicate that field strength could be similar for both low and high angle radiation.

Addendum, June 2005

Since this article was prepared and subsequently published, it has become clear that these antennas work much better if a short coax tail is allowed to be active in series with the antenna input connector. I would suggest that instead of installing the trap at the bottom of the PVC tube, put it in series with the coax cable, 1 meter down from the antenna input connector. Of course without the trap on the PVC tube, the input connector is connected directly to the matching network.

Forum: Yaesu Mods
 Topic: Yaesu VX-5R TX/RX Expand Mod
Yaesu VX-5R TX/RX Expand Mod [message #3094] Tue, 31 March 2015 22:57
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Yaesu VX-5R TX/RX Expand Mod

Expanded range
RX 137 - 174 MHz
TX 140 - 174 MHz
TX 420 - 470 MHz

1. Remove Battery and Antenna
2. Remove the cover for Pressure Sensing Unit (SU-1). See Owner Manual
3. Remove the SU-1 Option board (if installed)
4. Locate solder pads on lower left side
5. Remove solder from the fourth pad from the left (JP5)
6. Reassemble the radio
7. Reset the microprocessor. (Press and hold [ MR ] & [ VFO] & [4 ] and turn on the radio.
 Topic: Yaesu FL-7000 10 Meter Transmit Mode
Yaesu FL-7000 10 Meter Transmit Mode [message #3090] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:43
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Yaesu FL-7000 10 Meter Transmit Mode

1. Remove power and all other cables.
2. Remove 4 screws from top cover.
3. Remove top cover and right and left panels.
4. Remove 4 screws from power combiner unit and remove screen plate.
5. Locate switch so1 on the cpu unit and set to off position ( a small screwdriver can be used to reach switch)
6. Reassemble unit.
 Topic: Yaesu FT-470 Cross-Band Repeat
Yaesu FT-470 Cross-Band Repeat [message #3089] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:41
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Yaesu FT-470 Cross-Band Repeat

If you turn on the radio with the RPT key depressed, the radio becomes a crossband repeater. Dial up two frequencies you want to crosslink (be sure to pay attention to transmit offsets, if any), turn the radio off. Depress the RPT key while turning it back on.
The tone encode/decode flags and the -+ flags will be flashing. When either band's squelch opens, the other band is moved into the primary frequency display and the transmitter keys.
Note that the power output is decreased to LOW power. I made up an audio interface, using a mini and sub-mini phone plug. Tie the grounds together, and connect the center pins through a 0,01 uF cap. and 47K resistor in series.
Adjust the volume control to about the 11 O'clock position. It work for both simplex cross-band and using a repeater on one band and a simplex freq on the other band. You do have to wait for the repeater to drop before you transmit on the simplex freq.
 Topic: Yaesu FT-470 RX Frequency Expand Mod
Yaesu FT-470 RX Frequency Expand Mod [message #3088] Sat, 28 March 2015 02:39
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Yaesu FT-470 RX Frequency Expand Mod

1. Program 144.000 simplex into VHF vfo.
2. Press Function key F/M and then press RPT key to obtain the repeater shift.
3. Enter the code 0000 (four time zero).
4. Turn the radio off and then back on.
5. Press the RPT key twice to set + offset.
6. Press REV key once. Now display is 1.144.000 MHZ.
7. Enter this freq. into the U memory (Upper scanning limit) without the repeater offset.
8. Now from 1.144.000 MHZ with + displayed in VFO, go to 1.100.000 MHZ. The fastest way is to push F/M key and
DOWN key but if you pass 1.100.000 MHZ, you will need to restart from the beginning.
9. Push REV key to obtain 100.000 MHZ on the display.
10. Enter this into the L memory (Lower scanning limit) without the repeater offset.
11. Enter a value of 200.000 MHZ in U memory.
12. Now you can use the two limit memories L AND U as a third VFO able to scan from 100 to 200 MHZ (push F/M and MR
when you are in L memory).
13. For UHF repeat same process at UHF vfo starting from 430.000 MHZ to obtain a range of 400 to 500 MHZ.
14. The sensitivity is lower than specifications outside the amateur band, but there are many transmitters you can stil
monitor.
15. After this modifications restore your repeaters offsets.
 Topic: Yaesu FT-301D Display Replacement Kit
Yaesu FT-301D Display Replacement Kit [message #3026] Sat, 01 March 2014 03:58
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Yaesu FT-301D Display Replacement Kit

Hi, I developed a kit to replace the display board for the FT- 301D. No SMD were used and the kit can be assembled by a radio amateur in about an hour . The new display has, in addition to the frequency display, various advanced features. For example, the supply voltage of the FT- 301D can be measured or the band limits according IARU can be signaled. For disabled HAMs the displayed frequency and voltage is output in Morse code. With an IR remote control parameters can be changed. The software can be updated via the USB interface. A user manual is available on http://shop.elcon.ch/pd-1503415091.htm?defaultVariants=searc h0_EQ_Bausatz_AND_{EOL}&honeyegoryId=1 . The selling price of the kit, depending on demand, is about $90 plus S&H. If you are interested, please write me to hb9gaa@arrl.net[/email] 73 de HB9GAA, Roland

[Updated on: Sat, 28 March 2015 02:37] by Moderator

 Topic: Yaesu FTM-400 DR Extended Band Mod 136-174 / 400-480MHz
Yaesu FTM-400 DR Extended Band Mod 136-174 / 400-480MHz [message #3025] Tue, 21 January 2014 01:13
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New frequencies after the modification:
136-174 mhz RX/TX
400-480 mhz RX/TX

1. Open the upper shell (speaker)

2. Lithium battery located on the left side

3. Identify positive symbol on lithium battery

4. Remove resistance as shown in photos

5. Perform a CPU reset (page 61)

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/forum/mods/5130_FTM-400-MOD2_thumb.JPG

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/forum/mods/5130_ftm-400-mod1_thumb.JPG

*NOTE: Mod will not work on US version

[Updated on: Tue, 21 January 2014 01:17]

 Topic: Yaesu VX-8R Mod Out of band
Yaesu VX-8R Mod Out of band [message #2995] Sat, 06 July 2013 00:13
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The software mod did not work at all. Then I initially cut the track leading from the resistor, without actually removing the resistor. This opened up the 1.2m band (220 Mhz, which was not available prior to cutting the track)but did not expand the other bands.

Later, I actually removed the resistor. This opened up the other bands, the 2 meter band now has a working bottom edge at 140 Mhz, everything (including ARS) works.

I suspect that the software mod would now also work, and I could change the country code as described in an earlier post, but I haven't bothered as there isn't anything in the 130 - 140 Mhz range I am currently interested in. If anyone has a similar experience and also tries changing the country code via the software mod I would be interested in hearing about the experience.

by Donna Murray
 Topic: Yaesu FT-230R Problems
Yaesu FT-230R Problems [message #2991] Thu, 20 June 2013 00:09
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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.
 Topic: Yaesu FT-7900R MARS Mod
Yaesu FT-7900R MARS Mod [message #373] Wed, 11 May 2011 10:50
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A few months ago I purchased a Yaesu FT-7900 for my wife's vehicle. At the time, I assumed the information to modify the transmit frequency range for authorized use outside the amateur radio bands would be readily available. I was wrong. Of the many searches I have made on the web for the specific information related to the FT-7900, I could only find information on the FT-7800, the predecessor to the FT-7900r. I found a few references that mentioned the FT-7900 but they only said the mod listed for the FT-7800 should work for the FT-7900. That doesn't exactly leave one with a warm fuzzy feeling about a planned mod. I also did not find any sites that showed an actual photos of the FT-7900 internal, what the board appeared to be like after modification, or clear photos of exactly where the mod should be made. I did find some hand drawings showing the approximate location of the jumper and a partial of the IC.

I finally decided to use the FT-7800 mod and take a chance that it would work. Fortunately, it did. The following is a documentation of my modification of my FT-7900. I decided to post it so owners of an FT-7900 would have a mod file specifically for the FT-7900 and not have to spend several hours of looking and getting the same results I did.

Disclaimer

I do not claim that this mod will work for you. It worked only for me on the one radio I own. If you are unsure of what you are doing, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS MOD! You make the mod described at your own risk and I cannot be held responsible in any way for how this mod will work on your radio.

Remember, it is against the law to use this radio on any frequency other than those authorized by your class of license. This radio is NOT FCC type accepted for any radio service other than the Amateur Radio service.

Steps for making this mod. I had to use a large magnifying glass the whole time I was working on this radio. These parts are extremely small so be really careful!

Make a backup of your programming before doing the mod.

You will loose all previous programming when you turn the radio on the first time after making the mod and you will need to reprogram your radio.

DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD!

With the radio facing toward you, remove the eight screws holding the top cover, lift the cover off and disconnect the speaker.



With the radio still facing toward you, look in the front left hand corner (corner closest to your body), you will see the microprocessor.



To the left of the processor, there will a row of eight (8)jumper solder lands on the main board



With the radio still facing toward you, there will be two extremely small, black jumpers soldered across onto the main board. The jumper that must be removed is the jumper closest to the front of the radio. The blue arrow points to the correct jumper.



I used a 7.5 watt pencil iron from Radio Shack with the tip shaved to a very fine point and it was still about 4X larger than I needed. After I un-soldered the ground side of the jumper and then proceeded to accidentally break the trace on the high side of the jumper, the thought occurred to me that it probably would have been easier to just cut the trace on the high side of the jumper! That will be up to you and I have not specifically tried doing it that and leaving the jumper soldered to the board.



Reassemble the radio, hookup power, and turn on the radio. The display will momentarily totally light up as the radio performs an automatic CPU and memory reset. When a frequency is displayed, hook the radio to a dummy load and check your transmit range. Reprogram your radio accordingly. You have now completed the extended transmit frequency range for the FT-7900.

Wiley WA5OTR
 Topic: Yaesu FT-7800 Mod - Weather Satellite Mod
Yaesu FT-7800 Mod - Weather Satellite Mod [message #285] Sun, 01 August 2010 15:01
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FT7800 can hear weather satellites NOAA (15, 17, 18 and 19), but getting nice pictures is difficult due to narrow badpass IF filter. This can be "fixed" by inserting a small IF module with no ceramic filter, only a resonant coil on 455 kHz, which allow to get the 30 wide khz audio at the exit point. Insering this module does not alter the transceiver parameters because this new audio signal is collected on a different output point, with no connection with the original receiver.

Pictures 1 and 2 shows the connecting point (455 kHz out) from FT7800 receiver IC. Pictures 3,4 and 5 shows module construction details. Picture 6 shows a QHF antenna, the details can be found on many sites. Picture 7and 8 shows the amount of signal available using QHF antenna. Picture 9 show a noaa19 satellite image taken with "new" FT7800 and WXTOIMG software.

The module is powered from pin 5 of the audio amplifier. Audio wire is taken out through the gap made for fan wires.

Click here for the images
 Topic: Yaesu 7800/7900
Yaesu 7800/7900 [message #200] Wed, 12 August 2009 10:03
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Can anyone confirm if the Mars/Cap mod is the same for the FT-7900R as has been posted for the FT7800 R. Thanks, Mike
 Topic: YAESU FT767GX from 1.5Mhz to 29.99999MHz Mod
YAESU FT767GX from 1.5Mhz to 29.99999MHz Mod [message #152] Wed, 19 December 2007 20:40
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YAESU FT767GX from 1.5Mhz to 29.99999MHz Mod

I have recently purchased the aforementioned transceiver. I have had no problems to speak of and enjoy the rig thoroughly. I would like to submit the following mod for the rig. Note that implementation on this mod is at the rig owner's risk and may violate warranties. Here is a description of the mod:

o Remove the bottom cover (8 screws: 4 underneath, 2 on each side)
o Remove the plastic rear panel. (Just a cosmetic piece)
o Remove the rear metal panel. (So many screws)
o Loosen the "hinge" screws on the front bottom. There are 4 of them.
o Lift the now loose card tray to expose to inner circuit boards. Be careful! There are two power supply lines that need to be disconnected.(Remember to reconnect them on assembly.) (one is the control board, the other the one we want.) Note that the board we will mod is the same one that has the switch that allows changing the tuning dial from 5kHz/rev to 10kHz/rev. o Change the position of switch S01. The rig will now transmit from 1.5 to 29.99999 MHz.
o Reverse the disassembly procedure.


Well that's it. You are now ready for any band addition that may come our way. If you have problems, reply; I'll try to answer your questions.
73s de KA1TIH : Kendell_Chilton@dgc.mceo.dg.com (Ken Chilton)

[Updated on: Wed, 19 December 2007 20:40]

 Topic: Yaesu FT-41 wideband receive Modification
Yaesu FT-41 wideband receive Modification [message #36] Wed, 14 December 2005 00:22
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Wideband receive

  1. Turn the radio off
  2. Hold down the two buttens marked MHZ and A + B ...
  3. And turn the radio on at the same time......
  4. Now you should have wideband recieve!!
This mod covers 420 MHz -- 470 MHz FM.

PLEASE NOTE !!
Not all laws in some countrys permit the listening of these bands so please beware when in public veiw or memoriseing channels e.t.c..

If you dont like the mod just repeat the mod again and that will go back to normal settings..
Forum: Kenwood Mods
 Topic: Kenwood Mic Wiring Diagram Pinout
Kenwood Mic Wiring Diagram Pinout [message #3085] Sat, 21 March 2015 00:59
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Kenwood Mic Wiring Diagram Pinout

T599S
TS120S-120V-700G-700S-130S-130V-490-520S-530S-820S-830S
TR2300
TR2200
TR2200GX
TR3200
TR7010
TR7200
TR7200G
TR7400A
TR7500
TR7600
TR7625



PIN1 MIC
PIN2 PTT
PIN3 PTT/EARTH
PIN4 SCREEN AND EARTH




[Updated on: Sat, 21 March 2015 01:01]

 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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 Topic: Kenwood TH-77 Receive AM Aircraft
Kenwood TH-77 Receive AM Aircraft [message #360] Sun, 24 April 2011 02:40
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To receive AM aircraft, get the VHF side in the main band and hit the ENT key twice to go to the VFO. Once you are in the VFO, hit the UxU key twice. Once for dual UHF receive and the 2nd time for AM (118-136).

To receive 800-950, get the UHF side in the main band and hit the ENT key twice to go to the VFO. Once you are in the VFO, hit the UxU key once.
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 Topic: Tokyo High Power HL-2.5Kfx
Tokyo High Power HL-2.5Kfx [message #3059] Fri, 13 February 2015 05:57
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Am selling my mint Tokyo High Power HL-2.5Kfx 1.8 MHz to 30 Mhz 1500 Watt legal limit HF amplifier in excellent condition. Asking $3650.00 plus shipping. KC2ARX@gmx.com

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 Topic: Yaesu FT-897D complete package for sale
icon1.gif  Yaesu FT-897D complete package for sale [message #3053] Sat, 24 January 2015 20:35
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I have a Yaesu FT-897D, complete package for sale. Package includes: Yaesu FT-897D Transceiver, Yaesu FP-30 120 Volt Power Supply which bolts on to the bottom of the 897D, Yaesu FC-30 Autotuner which bolts onto the left side of the 897D, Yaesu MD-100A8X Desk Microphone, LDG FTL-Large Meter for 897D, Yaesu ADMS-4BU Cable and Software Programmer, and Brand New Nifty Manual for the 897D. It in excellent working condition without no mark, no dent, no scratches or any issue on it. Am asking $1150 plus insured shipping to you. email K5WDM@usa.com
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