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  • Bruce W. Martin
    No, the 705 does not have a 15-pin molex connector on the back. A friend added a cable with a DB9. This was done based on an article on the repeater builder
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      No, the 705 does not have a 15-pin molex connector on the back. A
      friend added a cable with a DB9. This was done based on an article on
      the repeater builder web site.
      <http://www.repeater-builder.com/kenwood/tk-805-wiring.pdf>

      Bruce

      On Apr 18, 2008, at 10:39 AM, <ehrkep@...>
      <ehrkep@...> wrote:

      > Bruce,
      >
      > Does the 705 have a 15-pin molex connector on the back? Can you
      > share what you did with the -705?
      > The best price I have seen on them is on e-bay. The City of Mesa
      > AZ has a bunch for $100 each. I will keep my eyes open if I find
      > any for cheaper.
      >
      > Phil
      >
      > ---- "Bruce W. Martin" <yahoo@...> wrote:
      >> I have never done it with a TK-730 but I have used a TK-705 with a
      >> KPC3 as a digipeater. It worked great until the lightning strike. I
      >> don't se any reason a TK-730 couldn't be wired up to work with a T2.
      >> If you have access to a bunch of surplus TK-730 radios I wouldn't
      >> mind
      >> getting one or two if the price were right.
      >>
      >> Bruce
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