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Re: TNC Reccomendation



John

  I have 4 different brand name TNC's I use to cover 1200, 9600 & 38k4 baud 
ranges. For 1200/9600 my PK96 works the best for me as the data rates are 
easily software changeable, no dip switches or jumpers to worry about. I 
have a KPC-9612+ which works well but requires 2 different data cables to 
work 1200 & 9600 with my IC910 rig. I found I had to make some specific 
internal software settings to get it to continuously work right.
  As with any TNC you have to have the right data cable / cables that match 
your TNC to rig.

73 Bruce KG4YEV

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Henderson" <jah@ec.rr.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2007 7:07 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] TNC Reccomendation


>I would like to get into the digital sats and would like some ideas on TNC
> to consider. I looked at the MFJ web site but it appears they have
> discontinued many of their models. Also looking KAM but have no idea which
> one to pick. Appears major deltas are baud rates 1200 vs 9600.
>
> Thanks for any ideas or things to consider.
>
>
>
>           John
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>          John Henderson N4NAB
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