[aprssig] Alinco or ???
msokla at brightok.net
Fri Nov 11 12:24:11 CST 2005
Scott, I heard about the mic problem from another ham, so always unplugged
the mic and dropped in in a side pocket in the truck. The 135TP was
primarily for APRS, so I didn't need to keep it voice-ready.
The header strip is soldered to the TNC board. It goes in between the cable
from the DB-9 on the back and the main circuit board. Could you replace the
DB9 on the back with one connected to your board, then plug your board into
the removed DB9 which plugs into the radio? Just a thought, might be a
tight fit. If you need, I can try to take some digital photos of the board
and send them to you. Let me know.
Mark - K5MAR
> Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 16:26:35 -0800
> From: "Scott Miller" <scott at opentrac.org>
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Alinco or ???
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>> Scott, per your request for feedback from Alinco DR-135TP users, I and
>> another local ham use the 135TP for mobile tracker purposes. This is
> Thanks for the info. Any trouble with the mic staying hot when it's
> transmitting, or do you unplug the mic?
>> I'm still anxiously awaiting your replacement board, hope you overcome
>> production problems. Maybe those of us with the EJ-41U could send you
>> boards and you could transplant the connector to your replacement? A
> It's the jumper cable that I need. Is the one that comes with the EJ-41U
> separate cable, or is one end soldered to the board? In any case, that
> still doesn't address the issue for everyone who doesn't have a board
>> thought. I believe you have previously said that your replacement will
>> support smart beaconing, correct?
> Yep, does that already. The prototype board as it stands now has all of
> existing OpenTracker code ported to a much larger processor. All of the
> tracking stuff works, but some of the telemetry isn't done yet. Some of
> won't be there anyway for the DR-135T version. Who really needs to know
> temperature inside the radio enclosure?
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