[aprssig] TH-D7 versions. (Was RE: Reminder for US members: Reset the time in your radios)
dave at uk-ar.co.uk
Wed Nov 4 07:27:05 EST 2009
My D7E, I've "unlocked", so it can work just about anywhere it can lock
the synth's. RX filterwise, there is no noticable degredation 146 to
148 or 440 to 450, though I've not "measured" it's performance up
there.. It works well enough when in the US on their bands! :-)
However, yes Skycommand is missing, though no real loss, as I don't have
a TS-2000, and I'm not sure if it would be 100% legal here in the UK
anyway (not protected against anyone else taking over the control link?)
Nuff said on all this I think.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kai.brandt at hjemme.no
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] TH-D7 versions. (Was RE: Reminder for
> US members: Reset the time in your radios)
> >I notice too, that Kenwood's own software utilities come in
> >flavors, and the 'A(G) version does not work with the 'E, though
> >exactly why I've not fully determined.
> For the TH-D7, TM-D700 and TS-2k i think it's the filters
> that are different for 2m/70cm and extra functions like
> Wireless and SkyCommand "missing" in the E version.
> But for the TH-D7 and TM-D700 you have different firmware
> versions. The earliest have some annoying bugs an missing functions.
> Some TH-D7 have proper NMEA handling some don't
> >Are there such differences in models of the D700 and D710?
> If so, we
> >need to be careful with the recomendations, specifying what
> exact model
> >radio/tnc/tracker etc it relates to.
> >Dave G0WBX.
> The TM-D700 is in several versions so i would only recommend
> the latest firmware.
> Theres also an issue with some TM-D700 not been able to use
> NFM and some lack 1750Hz and it's not possible to change this.
> For the TMN-D710 i think the units are more or less identical
> in hardware. I'm not sure if the firmware is capable of
> adjusting the filters in A vs E version.
> Kai Gunter
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