[aprssig] Radio Suggestion
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Sun Aug 18 20:38:45 EDT 2019
Used Yaesu FT1500.2m50watts6 pin TNC standard jackRun forever at 25 wattsMicrophone cable rots away, but you dont use it.KentKQ4KKSamsung Galaxy S7 edge
-------- Original message --------From: Bob Burns W9BU <w9bu_lists at rlburns.net> Date: 8/18/19 20:32 (GMT-05:00) To: aprssig at lists.tapr.org Subject: Re: [aprssig] Radio Suggestion On 8/18/2019 6:11 PM, Michael Barnes wrote:> > Looking for suggestions on a radio to put in my truck for APRS. > Dedicated to the purpose, I'm looking for something very small, minimal > bells and whistles, I'll be using it with an RPi/TNC-Pi package.The ideal radio would be a single-band 2m mobile (assuming you plan to run APRS on a 2m frequency) with an easy way of accessing receive audio, transmit audio, and PTT. Right now, the only radio I know of that fits that bill is the Alinco DR-135T (without the built-in TNC). It has a DB-9 connector on the back that provides an easy connection to the signals you need for interfacing an external TNC.There are some other single-band 2m radios that you might find on the used market which would be suitable such as the Yaesu FT-2600M and, I think, the Kenwood TM-261.There have been several dual-band radios produced in recent history that include a "packet connector".Bob..._______________________________________________aprssig mailing listaprssig at lists.tapr.orghttp://lists.tapr.org/mailman/listinfo/aprssig_lists.tapr.org
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