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Re: IC-910 TNC connections



Jeff

  Depending on the TNC you are using with your IC910 a split data cable 
works the best in sat mode. TX to main band din connector and RX to sub band 
connector. I had my cables made by Associated Radio who helped to figure out 
the right cable to make.
  Yes I have to use several cables to work with the different rigs & TNC's I 
use.

73 Bruce KG4YEV



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeff Mock" <jeff@mock.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 5:47 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] IC-910 TNC connections


> What's the best way to hook an IC-910 to a TNC for digital modes?
>
> For awhile now I've been listening to the packets from GO-32 and I would
> now like to start sending some packets.  Up until now, I've used the
> miniDin-6 for the main band and taking the 9600-baud audio line to the
> TNC with good results.  In order to transmit I think that I need to
> build a spit cable, Rx audio to the sub band and Tx audio to main band
> miniDin connector?
>
> This all seems to get too complicated when I need to build yet another
> cable for Tx/Rx on the same band, and even more cables for 1200-baud vs.
> 9600-baud audio connections.  Is there a good solution or do you wind up
> having a bunch of different cables for various situations?
>
> jeff
> AD6EO
>
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