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Re: UX-14 units



Has anybody looked at reverse engineering these?  I have one inside my ICOM 751,
and can't do it in the next week or so, but I would be willing to pull it out
and give it a look . . . .

Just a thought.

Hopefully ICOM parts still has them . . . .

Jim
wb4gcs@amsat.org

Tim Pickett wrote:

> 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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