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Re: FT-736 Stby Plug Pin-outs Pse?



Hi John,

Standby Din Jack  (From Yaesu manual)

1----Grd.
2----STBY    430 MHz
3----STBY    50/220/1200MHz
4----144MHz
5----50/220MHz

This 5 pin jack provides transmit/receive switching lines for controlling
external transmitter amplifiers. Pinout is determined by band installation.

The STDY jack on the rear panel provides access to the transciever. Connect
your amplifier  "Ground to transmit" lineto the pin indiiiicated in the
following chart (and conect pin 1 to the amplifier chassis ground.

Amplifier Band                           STBY  Pin

    430 MHz                                    2
Band Module at J5011                3
    144                                             4
Band Module at J5010                5

Bert   N7TKO
Gold Bar, WA
Amsat # 24279

-----Original Message-----
From: JOppen6115@aol.com <JOppen6115@aol.com>
To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Date: Sunday, October 11, 1998 7:00 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] FT-736 Stby Plug Pin-outs Pse?


>Hi everyone,
>
>I am looking for the pin-outs for the stand-by port on the back of my
FT-736.
>I want to build cables to control the amplifier relays from the rig to
avoid
>having them drop out during voice pauses.
>
>Please respond direct.
>
>Thanks and 73,
>John Oppen, KJ6HZ
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