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1.  FOD-Track, PC board available from FAR Circuits (www.farcircuits.net)
2.  ARRL SatTracker as featured in QST and the AMSAT journal, PC board also 
available from FAR Circuits

George, KA3HSW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Pete Norris" <k1hzu1@yahoo.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2007 8:03 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] ROTOR INTERFACES--HEEELP

>I am thoroughly confused! I am trying to find a rotor interface to go 
>between my G-5500 and Nova for Windows. I am also using Ham Radio Deluxe to 
>run my TS-2000X. The computer is running XP with 1.8 GHz processor. Simple 
>you say, it probably is if you know what your doing, I don't. I have 
>checked out those listed in Nova. I really don't want to spend $500.00 for 
>the GS-232A. LabJack's U12 needs the Nova's Piggyback which isn't available 
>anymore. Nova is suposedly going to update NfW so that LabJacks U3 with two 
>LJtick Relay Drivers will do the trick, but Nova has been saying for approx 
>four months, "about a week". My patience is wearing thin! Product support 
>at LabJack,(Toby) says that the U12 and the LJTicks would probably work but 
>would have to be hand wired and I know very little about digital, and could 
>be in more trouble than I am now. I have considered building one, but my 
>eyesight is not what it used to be and that is pretty small stuff. Some on 
>the list I simply
> can't find, probably not looking in the right places. I have used Google 
> so much that I now get a popup that says "You again"! The other problem is 
> that I can't tell from the G-5500 manual what pins go to what.
> I would certainly appreciate it if someone could get me back on 
> track--ing.
> 73's, Pete, K1HZU

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