[aprssig] D 710 Keyboard ?

Eric Hansen skyssx at gmail.com
Sat Jun 11 13:59:07 EDT 2011

The D700 interfaced with DTMF so it was very easy to reverse engineer a
solution. It used the format that 90's radios used for DTMF HT to HT
messaging, a number, then ABC or D to indicate which letter on that number.
The D710 uses a proprietary communications protocol between the handset and
base unit that has yet to be successfully emulated.

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 1:53 PM, Andre v Schaijk <aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl>wrote:

>  Op 11-6-2011 18:25, K Deckert schreef:
>   Has anyone come up with a Keyboard for the Kenwood D 710?
> Kevin Deckert,VE7WHK
> Wells Gray Country
> 250.678.5305
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>  I remember someone having made a keyboard to dtmf interface to write
> messages on the d700, should work on the d710 too, for more functions you
> would need a keyboard to kenwood commands interface preferably with a
> display so you are not typing blind.
> pretty tall order for a simple pic but might be doable on a z80, 6510 or
> one of the other clasic 8 bitters.
> 73 Andre PE1RDW
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