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Re: Kenwood TH-D7A



Hi Bob.

You're quoted at http://www.radiohound.com/diode.htm mentioning region
specific
SAW and LC filters on the TH-D7. Reading your last post is appears that
these
have a nearly negligable affect on operation of both TX and RX down to
430MHz.
I'm thinking of maybe buying a D7A with the 'G' mod and importing it to the
UK.

Another question to everyone: anyone know of the 'G' mod on a TH-D7E? Just
bought
my second one, and this 'MkII' version marketed in the UK will do KISS, but
won't do full duplex split RX/TX on the TNC, so still no good for satellite.
Spoke to Kenwood who have so far indicated that the 'G' mod won't be out on
the D7E.

Should've bought a D7A when at Dayton 2 weeks ago, and got it mod'ed on the
spot!

73's, Howard G6LVB

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Bruninga <bruninga@nadn.navy.mil>
To: alf sauve <alf.sauve@wcom.com>
Cc: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 4:58 AM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Kenwood TH-D7A


 > On Tue, 30 May 2000, alf sauve wrote:
 >
 > > Sorry if I confused anybody.   Hey, EVERYBODY listen up.  Contrary to
what
 > > the manual says, those who own the radio will attest that it will work
 > > 430-450MHz.
 >
 > ANd I measured mine on a HP siggen and noticed no measureable rolloff
 > until I got below 410 MHz.  There may have been 1 dB down below 420, but
 > it was hardly noticible..
 >
 > bob
 >
 >
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