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[aprssig] TM-D700 & Tinytrak

Ken Kinyon w7ts at comcast.net
Thu Feb 17 23:36:40 UTC 2005


Yes you can to a degree.  If you are receiving on band B on UHF with band A
on APRS, it is possible that the APRS beacon you transmit may QRM the UHF on
Band B.  It depends on the frequencies involved.  The inverse is also
possible.  If you are transmitting on UHF and it is time to send an APRS
beacon,  The TM-D700 will wait until you have unkeyed on UHF before it will
send the beacon.
Hope this helps,
Ken W7TS

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Kenneth E.  Kinyon
34 Princeton Circle
Longmont, CO 80503-2106
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E-mail: W7TS at comcast.net
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  -----Original Message-----
  From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of John Denison
  Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 4:23
  To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
  Subject: Re: [aprssig] TM-D700 & Tinytrak


  I have a question about the D700. Can I talk on one band while it uses the
other for APRS? I would like to be able to talk on 70cm while the internal
TNC is transmitting on 144.39.

  Thanks

  John
  KD5YOU

  Rodney Padmore wrote:

    Can the TT be used as an external TNC to get the benefit of smart
beaconing(r)? Does the result show up in the non-data band? Can both "TNC's"
use the same GPS reciever? What are the pro's and con's of such a setup if
it can be acheived at all? Thanks for answers and information pertaining to
these questions es 73 de Rod,VE1BSK.

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