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Re: Rotors



Apparently, there is a device that works with Uni_Trac, called a
Multi_Trac, that handles two rotators, but they both have to be the
same type, I think.

73, doug

   Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 16:18:08 +0000
   From: cbuttsch@slonet.org

   Bill, Jesse, if anyone gets to try this before I do would you share the
   result?  I am trying to run a dish and two uplink antennas but simply
   can not do this with one rotor!  Cliff K7RR

   Jesse Morris wrote:
   > 
   > Hi Bill,
   > 
   > I have a similar plan (actually it's just an idea for now). to run two
   > rotors.  I use FODTRACK so I think I can run two interfaces and separate
   > versions of the program under windows and assign each to a different
   > port.  With the isolation resistors on the input data lines to FODTRACK
   > it might also be possible to just parallel the two interfaces.
   > 
   > Good luck.
   > 
   > 73 de Jess - W4MVB
   > 
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