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[aprssig] Gathering HT data

Greg D. ko6th_greg at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 3 23:48:50 UTC 2009


Hi Scott,

If it helps, the Alinco DJ-580 has the standard 3.5/2.5 (ear/mic) top setup.  I've used an aftermarket speaker/mike with mine.

Greg  KO6TH


> Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2009 15:37:00 -0800
> From: scott at opentrac.org
> To: aprssig at tapr.org
> Subject: [aprssig] Gathering HT data
> 
> I've gotten tired of constant questions about what cables go with what 
> radios, so I've undertaken a project to collect information about every 
> current production model of amateur HT (plus some commercial types) and 
> as many old models as I can manage from the major manufacturers.
> 
> Wherever possible, I'm going back to the manufacturer's original manuals 
> to verify everything - I don't want to trust random collections of data 
> on someone's webpage when I don't know where it came from.
> 
> Rigpix at least provides a fairly comprehensive listing of models, so 
> I'm using that as a reference to ensure completeness of the list.
> 
> Accessory compatibility lists are useful when they're provided by the 
> manufacturer.  For example, I can be pretty sure that everything that 
> takes a Yaesu CT-44 adapter has a 4-pin non-threaded 3.5mm connector 
> with the same pinout.  I *don't*, however, necessarily trust the lists 
> on retailer's sites - I've already found errors in those.
> 
> Anyway, I'd appreciate any help I could get in compiling this data, and 
> it'll all be shared freely on the Wiki once updates die down enough that 
> edit conflicts won't be a problem.
> 
> Here's what I've got so far.  Anything marked with a * has been verified 
> against a manual or brochure.  Anything without came from a 
> compatibility list or other secondary source.  If you can suggest 
> additions or confirm any of this, let me know off-list to keep traffic 
> down.  Be sure to note whether the jacks are on the side or top.
> 
> Yaesu 4-pin non-threaded
>   (as used by CT-44 adapter and MH-34b4b mic)
> *FT-10R, *FT-60R, *VX-1R, *VX-2R, *VX-3R, *VX-5R
> *VX-110, *VX-150
> 
> Yaesu 4-pin threaded
>   (as used by CT-91 adapter)
> *VX-6R,*VX-7R,*VX-120,*VX-127,*VX-170,*VX-177
> 
> Yaesu models on RigPix that I don't know:
>   FT-11R, FT-23R, FT-26, FT-33R, FT-40R, FT-41R, FT-50R, FT-51R, FT-60R
>   FT-73R, FT-76, FT-104, FT-202R, FT-207R, FT-208R, FT-209R, FT-415
>   FT-416, FT-703R, FT-708R, FT-709R, FT-727R, FT-811, FT-815 FT-816
>   FT-2303R
> 
> 
> Common 3.5mm earphone / 2.5mm mic
> (note side or top mount, top usually can't take right angle)
> ICOM (some models support optional screw-locks)
> *IC-V82/U82 (side, looks like screw-lock option?)
> *IC-V8 (side, screw)
> *IC-V85 (side, screw)
> *IC-91A (top)
> *IC-T7H (top)
> *IC-T90A (top)
> Radio Shack
>   HTX-202
> Yaesu
>   FT-203R
>   FT-411
>   FT-470
>   FT-530
> Alinco
>   DJ-175 (top)
>   DJ-S11T
>   DJ-S40 (top)
>   DJ-195T / 196T (top)
>   DJ-V5T (top)
>   DJ-496T (top)
>   DJ-593E / 596T (top)
> 
> Unknown Alinco type (3.5mm?)
>   DJ-C7T/E (top)
>   DJ-C6E
>   DJ-V17, DJ-47T/E, DJ-V27T, DJ-S17, DJ-S47 (top?)
> 
> Unknown ICOM type requiring OPC-782 adapter
> *IC-P7A
> 
> Proprietary 12-pin circular
> *IC-92AD
> 
> Kenwood 3.5mm/2.5mm
>   If anyone knows of any model that DOESN'T take the usual right-angle 
> 3.5mm/2.5mm pair, let me know!
> (Assorted Chinese imports like the PX-777 go in this category)
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Scott
> N1VG
> 
> 
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