[App_rpt-users] Kenwood TH-D7 Duplex Node?

Ramesh Dhami Ramesh at va3uv.com
Sun Jul 23 16:06:31 EDT 2017


That's definitely an option Benjamin.... but how do I get COS signal?

I'm not opposed to performing micro surgery, just wondering if anyone has been there and got the T Shirt!

Having said that, I forgot to mention that the issue with the Baofengs seems to be largely with the stock antenna (or should I say the attenuator disguised as an antenna).

Testing with a signal generator seemed to indicate a 10dB loss in sensitivity when using the "antenna".

I've also since switched to duplex=0 (with linktolink = 1) to help eliminate further loss in RX sensitivity due to desense).

Cheers,

Ramesh.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jul 23, 2017, at 3:07 PM, Benjamin Naber <Benjamin at Project23D.com> wrote:
> 
> Unless you want to perform surgery on the radio, there is not an "easy"
> way to bring "raw" audio out from the radio.
> 
> A possibility is just use the connections from the speaker mic ports. I
> suggest using the BAL button to turn the volume off on the band you are
> going to be transmitting on.
> 
> ~Benjamin, KB9LFZ
> 
> 
>> On Fri, 2017-07-21 at 22:11 -0400, Ramesh Dhami wrote:
>> Hi All:
>> 
>> Wonder if anyone is using a Kenwood TH-D7A (or may be an 'E') for a 
>> duplex node?
>> 
>> The 'D7 could make for a good node, since it has the ability to operate 
>> in full duplex (RX on Band 'A' and TX on Band 'B').  I'd like to know if 
>> there is a way to bypass the internal TNC, or to bring out 9600 baud 
>> audio (or raw discrim audio) out somehow.
>> 
>> I was initially using a pair of Baofeng's for a portable / full-duplex 
>> node... but the Baofeng's are as deaf as a potato!
>> 
>> Cheers!
>> 
>> Ramesh, VA3UV
>> 
>> #27919 and a truck load of others....
>> 
>> 
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