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Re: Re: 706 on Sats



 Steve one more thing. Did Kenwood fix the birdie problem with the 2000? I
remember there was a birdie right smack in the middle of the SO50, and AO27
downlink. Any 2000 owners want to comment? Other then that I think the 2000
has  better HF performance, over the 847, and of course better DSP over the
Yae-coms.  You could buy the 2000 and use the 706 for the SO50, and AO27
downlink. I have an 847 and a 910 in the shack and I prefer the 847 over the
910 for sat work. I don't use the 847 on HF.

73 Jeff kb2m

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve O'Neal" <steveoneal@sbcglobal.net>
To: "Amsat-Bb" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 8:59 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: 706 on Sats


> All,
>
> Appreciate the feed back on the '706 on Sats, good info and good opinions
on
> all. Not sure what I will end up doing, but most likely something along
the
> lines of selling off older boxes like my FT 736, and older HF gear and go
> for one universal box like a TS 2000, FT 847 or of course the 706 which is
> what I started this thread.
>
> But good info all around and thanks for sharing your views.
>
> Steve N6CRR
>
>
>
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