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Re: UX-14 units



You guys might want to try Icom Parts. I called them about one year ago, and
they still have many of them available thru the parts dept. The guy told me
on the phone that if you call icom asking for a UX-14 they will tell you
that they are disconnected from a long time back. But the parts dept. has
many on the shelfs.
Just make sure you get the parts dept. on the line! That was a year ago.
They may have sold them by now. 73...

Tim Pickett KG8OC
tsp@tds.net kg8oc@amsat.org
Michigan AMSAT Area Coordinator


----- Original Message -----
From: John Hansen <john@hansen.net>
To: William B Magnusson <williamb@netc.net.au>; <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Sunday, January 09, 2000 3:18 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] UX-14 units


> At 06:47 AM 1/10/00 +1100, William B Magnusson wrote:
>
>  >Like you Mike, I too would be interested in hearing some news about ICOM
>  >UX-14 units.
>
> What, exactly does a UX-14 do?  Is it simply a matter of having the uplink
> and downlink frequencies track each other?  If so, I would think this
could
> be easily implemented using an inexpensive PIC chip.
>
> 73, John W2FS
>
>
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