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9704Re: [tracker2] what am i doing wroung on setting up?

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  • wyoming_semi_driver@hotmail.com
    Dec 30, 2009
      this is not at all what is going on. I have a HT1C cable from byonics I have tried to hook up to my mobile. and I have a HT cable from RPC I have tried to use on my HT. these cables have worked for a TT4 and the opentracker but cant get the tracker2 to PTT at all on both rigs. the only time I can get the tracker2 to PTT on my mobile is if I turn on the HT jumper when hooked up to my mobile but then if I go under the config program and go under tuning and hit PTT it wont turn on the HT or the mobile rig. I know my cables are good because I used them on other trackers even used them on the opentracker. when I got the tracker2 it had a diffent firmware number and I upgraded that by the config program and I wonder if this might have done something. I know the gps is working right because I'm getting all stations to show and dispatch menu is showing on gps.

      Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 1:56 PM
      Subject: Re: [tracker2] what am i doing wroung on setting up?


      On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 1:44 PM, <wyoming_semi_ driver@hotmail. com> wrote:

      > it says firmware 55076 if that makes any diffent. yes I have
      tried to PTT
      > using both my HT cable I got from RPC and my mobile and it
      wont key up any
      > of them.

      I would suggest taking a step back, and explaining what it is you are
      trying to do. You are talking about HT jumpers, HT cables and mobile
      rigs all in the same thread.

      If you explain what it is you would like to do, and what it is that
      you have done, we might be able to spot a problem.

      From your explanations so far, it sounds like you are trying to hook
      up a mobile radio using an HT cable, and telling the OT2 that you have
      an HT connected. That's not going to work for you. Sometimes duct tape
      won't solve every problem! 8)

      You will need a cable that is appropriate for the FT-2700... I'll go
      out on a limb and suggest that a cable for a hand held radio is
      probably not going to work for you here.

      We can toss ideas around for a long time, but if we get a better
      picture of what you want, and what you have done so far, we can
      eliminate a whole lot of useless suggestions.


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