Re: Icom Cable
- That did the trick. And both of my units are TX-- yahhh!!
now for the RX piece.
For those that have used their tracker2 as handheld unit, how have
you powered it?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, lists@... wrote:
> Pin 6 is indeed ground on the radio connector. It sounds like you
may not have the keying resistor jumpered into the circuit on the
Tracker2 PCB. I don't have a schematic handy, but I beleive the
jumper is labeled on the board as "PTT". Make sure this is closed so
that the keying line (Pin 3 on the radio connector) is tied to the TX
audio line through the keying resistor.
> Jason KE4NYV
> RPC Electronics
> --- On Fri, 6/27/08, k9sarfrog <both@...> wrote:
> > From: k9sarfrog <both@...>
> > Subject: [tracker2] Icom Cable
> > To: email@example.com
> > Date: Friday, June 27, 2008, 11:42 PM
> > So I have verified that both of my trackers work with
> > someone else's
> > setup.
> > I have ICOM IC-F3 and ICOM IC-F11, channel is programmed
> > for APRS. the
> > TX led is not going on, when the TX led on the tracker2
> > goes on.
> > I think it is down to the cable that I use to the radio.
> > I believe that these radios require PPT, so I wired the
> > cable so that
> > mic audio goes into pin1, and ground into pin6. But that
> > does not
> > work. I'm wondering if ground should go into pin7.
> > Thanks
> > Chris
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