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Re: DSP Modems



Hi Vince.

Not DSP, but Paccomm do their TNC-NB96 & PSK-1 combo which does _all_ those
modes - I know, I've done 'em (as of last Saturday)!

http://www.paccomm.com/satcombo.html

I spent a long time back at the beginning of the year looking for an off the
shelf solution, and this is the only new unit available which does all those
modes.

Sure, the technology's 10 years old. And it's certainly not be the cheapest
way. But it is a neat solution. Housed in two similar boxes, it's still
smaller than the DSP-2232 for instance.

I'm also in the middle of trying to mod it to 38,400 on RX too. Maybe that's
just a little too much for the poor old Z80 running at 9MHz, but we'll see.

The only DSP units I'm aware of which do all those modes (except 38,400) out
of the box are the LL Grace DSP-12 and the AEA/Timewave DSP-1232/2232.
Neither are produced any longer, so you'll have to check out the flea
markets - I would think that 2nd hand values on these units will _increase_
in the short term!

73 Howard G6LVB

----- Original Message -----
From: "Vince Fiscus, KB7ADL" <vlfiscus@mcn.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, November 20, 2000 6:23 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] DSP Modems


>
> I looked around this weekend and nobody is making DSP modems. I was
looking
> for an all in one (400 & 1200 bps PSK, 9600+ FSK). I looked for TAPR,
> timewave, and other tradional modems satellite users have used but nobody
> make them anymore. Anyone know of other sources?
>
> kb7adl
>
>
>
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