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[aprssig] TND-710 and the VGS-1

Randy Allen ka0azs at earthlink.net
Mon Sep 8 01:10:15 UTC 2008


Never mind, found it just after I hit send (Isn't that always the way?).

Found it on the AVMAP site:

http://www.avmap.it/upload/files/Info_APRS_eng.PDF

Page APRS-15

"APRS Voice Announce <APRS VOICE>
When using an optional VGS-1 unit, you may select ON. Each
time you receive a message addressed to you, the transceiver
announces the call sign of the sender. If the initial character of
the message is %, the transceiver announces the subsequent
characters one by one."

If anyone has direct experience that confirms or denies this I would 
still appreciate hearing it.

73, thanks, and sorry for the wasted band width.

Randy Allen wrote:
> Does anyone know if the TM-D710 with the VGS-1 voice chip behaves in the 
> same way with incoming APRS  messages as does the TM-D700 and it's voice 
> chip? i.e. Speak the originating callsign of an incoming message and 
> it's text?
> 
> I'm checking the Kenwood site and what I can find online (do not have 
> the radio, working with a friend who may be getting one) and it talks 
> about audio feedback on settings and key pushes, and voice 
> recording/playback but nothing about APRS operation.
> 
> Thanks
> 


-- 
Randy Allen, KAØAZS




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