[aprssig] Radio cable requests
scott at opentrac.org
Tue Jun 5 00:42:52 CDT 2007
Jason, KE4NYV, was selling those right next to me at Dayton. We had so many
requests last year that I figured one of us needed to come up with some
solution. If he doesn't have them listed at http://www.rpc-electronics.com,
email him and I'm sure he'll help you out.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Drew Baxter [mailto:droobie at maine.rr.com]
> Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 9:56 PM
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
> Cc: 'Scott Miller'
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Radio cable requests
> Somewhat unrelated but -
> I'd actually pay for a 12V Power + Kenwood Data to Deluo Universal
> GPS cable. I bought the Deluo hardwire unit and soldered a 6-pin DIN
> male and Kenwood data cable in there and it's just nowhere near as
> good as a finished product would be. I'd just mount it on the side
> of my D700 that's mounted under the rear deck of my Maxima
> and plug it in.
> I'm not sure what the demand is like, but it'd certainly be a
> worthwhile thing for me.
> --Droo, K1XVM
> At 12:24 AM 6/5/2007, 'Scott Miller' wrote:
> >My supply of standard speaker-mic cables is running low and
> I'm ordering
> >another batch from the factory in China. I'm also getting
> some Kenwood
> >types this time, since I've had a lot of requests for those.
> The same
> >factory also produces about two dozen other types of cables,
> including a lot
> >of Motorola varieties.
> >Last time I had to get Motorola cables for the local SAR team's GP68
> >handhelds, they were about $20 each from a Motorola dealer.
> I think the big
> >screw-on types are even more expensive. If anyone out there
> has requests
> >for particular cables, let me know and I'll add some to the
> order if there's
> >enough demand to justify it.
> >These will be plain 1-meter cables, uncoiled, with a black
> PVC jacket and
> >stripped and tinned leads, suitable for building tracker
> cables or whatever.
> >Let me know your requests soon, as I'm trying to get an
> order placed in the
> >next few days. My last shipment has lasted about a year, so
> it's not likely
> >I'll reorder again soon.
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