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Re: Satellite Tracking Question

> I use a Kenwood TS2000 for my satellite transceiver.  There are many other
> cheaper options but this one is the best ( I think).  ICOM has a new rig
> out, IC821.  There are several older rigs available which are quite capable and
> less expensive than the TS2000.  I work a lot of HF so the TS2000 satisfies my
> needs.  The FT826 is another less expensive option but does not have the tools
> built in that are required for HF.

oopsie...the icom 821 is the old radio....that replaced the icom 820. the new 
icom is the 910 and you can put a 1.2g module in it. the 821 is no longer 
manufactured. be sure you get the H modules of the icom as they are high 
power for u.s. (50watts on 2m and 30 something on 70cm)


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