[aprssig] ICOM 706 Data Out (disc)
Stephen H. Smith
wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Fri Jul 20 01:33:05 CDT 2007
Andrew Rich wrote:
> I see a port on the back of the ICOM 706 MKii G is marked for packet use.
> It provides 1200 and 9600 baud connection points.
> Would I be right in saying that the 9600 baud stage by passes the
> audio stage and is what they call a disc out ?
Yes. The "1200 Baud out" is audio the same as at the speaker (except
that the level is fixed) and is live on all modes (CW, SSB, AM, FM,
etc). On FM this output is usually de-emphasized and squelched.
The "9600 Baud out" only functions in the FM mode, as it is the raw
unsquelched, non-de-emphasized output of the FM discriminator only.
A PDF document with all the details on this connector (which is a
general purpose audio input/output/PTT/squelch connection useful for
APRS trackers, TNCs, sound card interfaces, phone patches, Echolink
interfaces, etc) is located on my website: .
Look for the file *MiniDIN6-Packet.pdf *
Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf (at) aol.com
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