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OT: RE: [aprssig] D-710 at FCC test site

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Tue Aug 7 17:41:55 UTC 2007

Then they're welcome to take it on.  I'm not particularly inclined to 
put a lot of work into making Kenwood's product better when they've not 
only not provided any help but have attested that they've done their 
best to prevent modification.

Now, if a radio manufacturer was to come to the APRS community and offer 
a D700/710 type radio that'd be developed as an open source project from 
the start, that'd be different.

I just wish Ten-Tec was in the VHF/UHF market.  They're the only ones 
I've ever had any real response from.


Curt, WE7U wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Scott Miller wrote:
>> Not that I'd want to tackle reverse-engineering the D710...
> Yea, but what if there were a team of 20 or more involved?
> It'd certainly be a major project though, starting with bare
> hardware and writing all the code from scratch, assuming enough
> could be learned about the hardware to do so.
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