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[aprssig] Kenwood D710 Mic protocol

James Higgins jameslhiggins0527 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 15:26:28 UTC 2011


John

Why not use a stand alone Bluetooth to RS232 adapter.  I saw a module
on Ebay for $17.00 that looks like it would interface to the RS232
port on the radio.

I have no affiliation with the Ebay or the company selling the module
nor can I recommend the module.  Just looks like a possibility.

Jim KC2SZ



On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 9:31 AM,  <la3qma at aprs.la> wrote:
> Quoting "John Gorkos" <jgorkos at gmail.com>:
>
>> My thought is to build a simple microcontroller that sits in-line with
>> My D710 mic cable.  It could draw off the 8V line on that connector,
>
> I think someone helped the people making remoterig.com for some simple
> control via the mic line.
>
> I would say that it's easier to use the connection on the back of the radio.
> You know have easy access to virtual all the menu, memory etc settings.
>
> I have started connecting a bluetooth device to the display unit and are
> almost ready with an android app so that you can send/receive messages when
> the TM-D710 are in APRS mode. The next step for this app is to use a second
> bluetooth device so that you can control all the menu setings, memory
> editing etc.
>
> For the all commands you can download the excel document in the yahoo group
> for the V71/710
>
> Kai Gunter
> LA3QMA
>
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