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[Ham-80211] What is it? (probably off-topic)

J.P. Rouland jprouland at comcast.net
Mon Feb 14 16:25:50 UTC 2005


Thanks to all that answered my question.. even though not clear yet what 
I have.
The Inside antenna seems short, for 800-900MHz band. But it may be a 
"shortie", hard to tell...
The FCC ID # is:HJ324DDBE30. How do you research from that? Google?
J.P.

dubose at texas.net wrote:
> Humm, now tht you mention it, that could be it.  I know that during the 199?
> "Final Four" at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, they installed 4 such animals
> to extend cellphone coverage.
> 
> Walt/K5YFW
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> Quoting Brian Webster <bwebster at wirelessmapping.com>:
> 
> 
>>Sounds to me like a bi-directional amplifier. Typically used for in
>>building
>>coverage where the normal site doesn't penetrate. It probably is set for
>>the
>>800 MHz band. It may have been set up for the old analog trunking systems
>>but hard to say without seeing. You might try looking up the FCC id number
>>on one of those sites that gives you the info on the product based on the
>>ID
>>#.
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>>Thank You,
>>Brian Webster N2KGC
>>214 Eggleston Hill Rd.
>>Cooperstown, NY 13326
>>(518) 207-0036 Office Please note new number
>>(607) 435-3988 Mobile
>>(208) 692-1898 Fax
>>www.wirelessmapping.com <http://www.wirelessmapping.com>
>>Free World Dialup #481416
>>
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: J.P. Rouland [mailto:jprouland at comcast.net]
>>Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 12:54 AM
>>To: TAPR Mailing List for Ham Radio Use of 802.11
>>Subject: [Ham-80211] What is it? (probably off-topic)
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>>I picked-up, some time ago, a "brick" of an aluminum box, heavy, and
>>looking interesting.
>>Made by Allen Telecom, sporting also "db Mobile", and "ActiveLink"
>>inscriptions.
>>Model # JAA-002 Trunking.
>>Has only 3 connections, and one LED for Power.
>>-Inside Antenna ( fitted with a 2" rubber duckie)
>>-Outside Antenna ( same conn. as a typical old cellphone antenna).
>>Didn't get the antenna for this side.
>>-12V power jack.
>>Definitely some kind of transmitter ( solid aluminum box, some fins as
>>heatsink, and the telltale of a RF power transistor's stub sticking
>>through.
>>
>>Searched Google in vain ( only one reference, in Spain, on a
>>homologation list..), as well as Allen Telecom.
>>If anybody recognizes the "beast", and can tell me more about it, I'd
>>appreciate ( probably better off-list, unless the responder thinks the
>>answer can help others, too).
>>Thanks in advance,
>>J.P. Rouland NQ6T Fremont, CA
>><jprouland at comcast.net>
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