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Re: UO-11 receive MODEM's

 "Larry Kayser" writes:

> Go look in the nearest junk pile for a "202" type modem, junk, "Bell 202" or
> use the EXAR 2211 or 2212 chip (not sure which one).  They are simple and
> work well.  Bell 202 MODEM's today should not cost more than a dollar or two
> and should be available almost anywhere.

1200 bps terrestrial packet uses Bell 202 tones so a TNC's modem will 
probably do the trick. BUT NB: UO-11 data is inverted so you'll need to
reverse the polarity.

Richard W L Limebear G3RWL
FOC # 1188

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