> > Im working getting a station together for the 9600 baud birds. I have 2 > scenarios to go with... > > 1. Use my Icom IC251a and IC471h. I know both radios can be modified for > high speed packet. Can these radios be controlled by the G3RUH modem in > my 1270cq tnc?? > > 2. Use the FT726r. > > I have NO experience on the 9600 birds yet. If anyone uses any of these > radios or tnc for 9600 pacsats, PLEASE send me any input or advice on > which setup to use. I currently use the FT-726R for 9600 downlink only. I use a separate 20-year old 2-meter FM mobile rig for my uplink, and haven't tried using the 726 for an uplink yet. (There are just TOO MANY things going on, and I haven't had time to give it a whirl.) The 726R works okay, although my scope displays an eye diagram that isn't very open at its center due to some high frequency roll-off. I'm not sure whether this a result of my discriminator tap-off point selection or just the bandwidth of the receiver's IF filters. The 726R cannot be computer controlled. 73, de John, KD2BD -- -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- John A. Magliacane, KD2BD -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Internet : email@example.com | Voice : +1.732.224.2948 Satellite : AO-16, LO-19, KO-25 | Morse : -.- -.. ..--- -... -.. Packet : KD2BD @ KS4HR.NJ.USA.NA | WWW : http://www.njin.net/~magliaco/ Video : 426.250 MHz/439.250 MHz | FAX : +1.732.224.2060 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Linux: Turns your PC into a workstation. NT: Turns your workstation into a PC.