Re: [irlp-embedded] Re: kenwood tmv-71 jumper setting
- I have the mcp2a software, and will take a look and see if I can change that, I don't have much luck with setting jumpers...Chris, w8cjs----- Original Message -----From: ve7ltdSent: Monday, April 09, 2012 5:08 PMSubject: [irlp-embedded] Re: kenwood tmv-71 jumper setting
It looks like it defaults to HIGH. But it also looks like it can be changed in the MCP-2A software.
I don't have one here to test, but maybe someone else has the answer. It should be the same on the D700A, as they are very similar radios.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Christopher Schulte" <w8cjs@...> wrote:
> I am going to be using the 440 side of a kenwood tmv-71a and an embedded node for a simplex set up on 445.450. I am wondering what the cos jumper needs to be set at for this to work? According to the documentation, most radios use cos set to active low, which if I remember my reading correctly, is the default setting on these nodes. Will I need to change that for the V71?
> Thanks, and 73,
> Chris, w8cjs