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Re: Ham HT and SkyCommand



HI Eric,
   Yes you can page 82 in the TS 2000 manual describes how to do it in the 
wireless remote control mode using DTMF tones.   Using a Kenwood Packet type 
transceiver or any packet station you are able to control almost all 
adjustments to the TS 2000.   The decimation for this is in the back if the 
Kenwood manual.
    Suggestion: it would be nice if some one could write a program just to 
control the TS 2000 for  satellite communication via remote control.
\
Fred
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eric Christensen" <eric@christensenplace.us>
To: "Fred A Parker" <fparker@paulbunyan.net>
Cc: "amsat-bb" <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2007 5:47 AM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Re: Ham HT and SkyCommand


> Fred,
> Can you change memory channels on the 2000 from the remote end?  I'm
> thinking that you could easily setup a bunch of channels with the
> frequencies for Doppler correction and then be able to change the
> channel remotely to fix your Doppler shift.  Again, speculating as I'm
> not aware of the capabilities from the remote end.
>
> Eric W4OTN
>
>
> Fred A Parker wrote:
>> I have experimented using a TS-2000 for remote Satellite operation.    I 
>> put the TS-2000 in the Wireless Remote Control Mode, Sky Command could be 
>> used with the a Kenwood HT.   Setting the TS-2000 to receive the downlink 
>> from AO-51 and retransmit it on 145.550.   The remote station uses a 
>> simple ground plane and transmits directorially to the bird and listens 
>> for the downlink on 145.550.   The main problem with this is to control 
>> the TS-2000 the remote station has to change frequency to 145.550.
>> Fred
>> KF0AK
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