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Re: [tracker2] TC-301

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  • Scott Miller
    Yes, it s pre-set to 144.39 MHz and 5 watts with deviation set to about 3.5 kHz, as reported by my HP 8920A. A TXLEVEL of 135 should be pretty close to 3.5
    Message 1 of 31 , Oct 2, 2009
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      Yes, it's pre-set to 144.39 MHz and 5 watts with deviation set to about
      3.5 kHz, as reported by my HP 8920A. A TXLEVEL of 135 should be pretty
      close to 3.5 kHz.

      Scott

      Fred Hillhouse wrote:
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      >
      > Hi Scott,
      >
      >
      > When the TC-301 is ordered, does it come with the deviation already set?
      >
      > Thanks!
      >
      >
      > Best regards,
      > Fred
      >
    • Broncus
      Hmm, I saw the pictures in the attachments but now they are not there. If they don t return by Monday, I will repost.
      Message 31 of 31 , Oct 3, 2009
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        Hmm, I saw the pictures in the attachments but now they are not there. If they don't return by Monday, I will repost.


        --- In tracker2@yahoogroups.com, "Fred Hillhouse" <fmhillhouse@...> wrote:
        >
        > Greetings,
        >
        >
        > Finished the install based on the last email or two.
        >
        > The pictures show the connections.
        > Red: +5v
        > Black: Ground
        > Yellow: Data in
        >
        > This last go around proved to be simple.
        > Basically the steps are:
        > 1. Remove heat shrink. No more than what covers the USB solder points is
        > necessary to remove.
        > 2. Solder suitable wires into the holes. Only 3 holes!
        > 3. Connect the other end to the OT2 PCB.
        > 4. Route the NMEA cable out the power cable hole and you are done.
        > 5. Select port B for Garmin.
        >
        > That wraps up the GPS side of the GTRANS.
        >
        > I picked the Kenwood cable because I have an ample supply of DE-9s. I can
        > always use another right angle 2.5MM plug. I left that connector on for now.
        > For one, I have a D7 to try it with. I have no doubt it will function. A
        > future change will be to move the NMEA output to pin 1 of the serial
        > connector and build a three headed cable: PC, GPS, NMEA.
        >
        > In the photos, you will see a ribbon cable and connector. This is for the
        > LCD display. I wrapped the ribbon around the Kenwood cable and exited out
        > the back. I guess I should add a photo for the LCD interface.
        >
        >
        > Best regards,
        > Fred
        >
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