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Re: TNC availability question



Hi Phil

Take a look at the DSP-2232 and the Kam XL, they both do just about all 
the modes up to 9600.  The DSP-2232 is older and can be found a lot cheaper.

http://www.timewave.com/dsp2232.html
http://kantronics.com/products/kamxl.html

73s
Dan N8DZM
#33913

Phil wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I've been searching for a TNC for quite some time that is usable at 
> both HF
> and VHF (for the satellites, which means that I'm still on topic ;) )
> frequencies. So far I have discovered that there are only a few
> manufacturers and all of their TNCs operate at 1200 baud, or faster, but
> none operate at 300 baud with the correct HF tones.
>
> Surely someone must still manufacture a dual band TNC?
>
> In the past I have used a Baycom style modem but since becoming a 
> permanent
> traveler, with a laptop computer without a serial port, I'm without 
> packet
> radio and APRS. I do have a USB to serial converter, so I will be able to
> use a serial TNC.
>
> Can anyone offer a suggestion?
>
> By the way, I'm a Linux user and I cannot get soundmodem to operate at 
> 300
> baud with the correct tones.
>
> Regards,
> Phil
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