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Re: APRS map display options with ipad

Shawn
 

I have pocker packet on my iPad and would love to know this answer for a d700

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From:"bayjird_j@... [TMD700A]"
Date:Sat, Sep 12, 2015 at 11:36 AM
Subject:[TMD700A] APRS map display options with ipad

 

I am currently doing a new install of a tmd710g in my pickup.

I was hoping to use an iPad mini I had lying around for my map display. Has anyone found a cable/app configuration for accomplishing this?

Jay KC7JA


APRS map display options with ipad

Jay Allen
 

I am currently doing a new install of a tmd710g in my pickup.

I was hoping to use an iPad mini I had lying around for my map display. Has anyone found a cable/app configuration for accomplishing this?

Jay KC7JA


Re: Digest Number 2915

Frank J Rossi Jr
 

Make sure your power supply is at 13.8 volts and the antenna output is terminated into a resistive load.
Also check the crimp connections on all the fuses. Seen several develop a resistance and get warm after a qso.
That causes a lower voltage and lower watts output. I re-soldered� all my fuse crimp connections and my power supply is directly
to a fused connection to the car battery + and -.
My wattage on 2 mtr goes down to 30 watts with the engine not running.
N3FLR - Frank

TMD700A@... wrote:

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Digest #2915

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Recommended Kenwood Service Center/Repair Shop for TM-D700A

Fri Jul�24,�2015 5:12�pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"LARRY J. FORD" lford1951

I think I need to send my Kenwood TM-D700A in for service, as I'm
getting lower than rated output on both VHF (max of 35-40 watts)
and UHF (max 10 watts) on the "High" power output setting.

I suspect, given the age of the unit (bought new about 15-16
years ago) the PA output transistors may be getting a bit "soft"
or there's another issue.

All my HF gear is ICOM, and I definitely know what shop to send
my ICOM gear to, but I haven't a clue as to the "Good, Bad, and
the Ugly" when it comes to Kenwood shops.

Any recommendations for repairs on the Kenwood TM-D700A? (Or,
conversely, shops to avoid, in which case feel free to contact me
off-line at K4AEC@...).

Thanks in advance.

Larry J. Ford
K4AEC
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Re: Recommended Kenwood Service Center/Repair Shop for TM-D700A

Rick Cooper
 

Larry,

I have used Kenwood's authorized service center in Virginia Beach, VA with good results. A couple of times. They have a few service centers but i have experience with only this one location.


Good luck.

Rick
KR3LC


Re: Recommended Kenwood Service Center/Repair Shop for TM-D700A

Steve Agee <n5zua@...>
 

<http://www.avvid.com/>

He's done me right many times in the past, although I've not used him recently. Suggest you call him first with your issue.

N5ZUA


Recommended Kenwood Service Center/Repair Shop for TM-D700A

Larry J. Ford K4AEC
 

I think I need to send my Kenwood TM-D700A in for service, as I'm getting lower than rated output on both VHF (max of 35-40 watts) and UHF (max 10 watts) on the "High" power output setting.

I suspect, given the age of the unit (bought new about 15-16 years ago) the PA output transistors may be getting a bit "soft" or there's another issue.

All my HF gear is ICOM, and I definitely know what shop to send my ICOM gear to, but I haven't a clue as to the "Good, Bad, and the Ugly" when it comes to Kenwood shops.

Any recommendations for repairs on the Kenwood TM-D700A?  (Or, conversely, shops to avoid, in which case feel free to contact me off-line at K4AEC@...).

Thanks in advance.

Larry J. Ford
K4AEC


Re: New file uploaded to TMD700A

noskosteve
 

Thank you.    It is one of several papers I looked for when I got interested in something, but couldn't find, so I wrote them.   It's a curse at times...  (;-)

 

It I got an email reporting a typo and uploaded it back here and on the D7 Files area.

 

BTW.  If you find any section that is difficult to understand please let me know and we can work to make it better.  I did my best to make it easier to understand than other older things on the Net.  APRS isn't plug-n-play and taks lots of understanding.

--
--
73 Steve, K9DCI
Science and Technical Advisor
Acting Displays Manager
  http://www.challengerillinois.org/    

Museum quality displays free

K9DCI - Challenger Center Displays 

 


Re: New file uploaded to TMD700A

Michael Krochter
 

Steve...thanks for the update on APRS. Some good info in this article.

73

Mike
VE7MKD


New file uploaded to TMD700A

TMD700A@...
 

Hello,


This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TMD700A
group.


File : /K9DCI's Excel CAT & Beginner Guide & Mic quick guide/APRS Beginner Guide - K9DCI Ver 5-1.pdf
Uploaded by : noskosteve <noskosteve@yahoo.com>
Description : Basic information that is more up to date than much info on the web. Minor rev. June 2015. Vers 5.1.M Also @ http://k9dci.home.comcast.net/site/?/page/APRS_Beginner_INFO/


You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/TMD700A/files/K9DCI%27s%20Excel%20CAT%20%26%20Beginner%20Guide%20%26%20Mic%20quick%20guide/APRS%20Beginner%20Guide%20-%20K9DCI%20Ver%205-1.pdf


To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
https://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=content&y=PROD_GRPS&locale=en_US&id=SLN15398


Regards,


noskosteve <noskosteve@yahoo.com>


ham gear scammer

CEGTV1@...
 

just to let everyone know i should have known better to send a moneyorder and got ripped off for buying a d700 head uni, while doing some checking this is what i found .


SCAM ALERT : THERE IS A SCAMMER USING A MADE-UP EMAIL ADDRESS TO IMITATE MY QRZ AND CALLSIGN DATA SO AS TO SELL PEOPLE EQUIPMENT AND STEAL THEIR MONEY.

THE SCAMMER USES SOMETHING LIKE  'williamAA4BQ@...' or similar.

SO THAT YOU KNOW, I ONLY BUY AND SELL MY EQUIPMENT VIA EBAY.COM.

SO, UNLESS YOU ARE BUYING FROM ME (100% EBAY SATISFACTION RATING) ON EBAY,

YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED.

I HAVE RECEIVED MANY CALLS THIS WEEK ABOUT THIS GUY TRYING TO SELL ROTATORS AND ALL KINDS OF STUFF. HE JUST KEEPS YOUR MONEY.



Re: found d700a remote head

Luke Bugler <k0ltb@...>
 

Curious what did you pay for it?  I am also looking for one for my D700a that the control head went bell up and is not repairable. So if another one appears I would be interested. 

Sent by Luke Bugler- iPhone

On May 30, 2015, at 6:52 PM, CEGTV1@... [TMD700A] <TMD700A@...> wrote:

 

just to let everyone know i have bought a head unit from someone on the group for my tm-700a  thanks for everyone who read my request


found d700a remote head

CEGTV1@...
 

just to let everyone know i have bought a head unit from someone on the group for my tm-700a  thanks for everyone who read my request


Re: setting up memory groups

noskosteve
 

So there's no mistake, My last info for Memory Groups was for trhe D710.

 

In essence, the first of the three Memory numbers *IS* the Group number.

--

73, Steve, K9DCI


Re: setting up memory groups

noskosteve
 

Mike,

 

   The group that a frequency is in is determined by the Memory Number you store it in , when you store the frequency.

 

Example.

Around home, let's say you store those frequencies in Memories 00-99.  These are now in Group "0".  Around Home, you do Group Scan on Group "0" by selecting one of those Memories ( 0-99) and Start Scan.

 

When you travel to area "A", lets say that you store those frequencies in Memory Numbers 500-599.  These are now in Group "5"

 

I picked those so if you have more than 100 frequencies in your home area.  In that case, you can put more Home Area frequencies in group 1 in Memories 100-199.  Then, you can LINK Groups "0" and "1" and all 200 "home" area frequencies are scanned together (0-199).

 

Hope this helps.

73, Steve, K9DCI


 


Re: setting up memory groups

Dennis Griffin <eagleeyedennis@...>
 

The TM-D710A & TH-D72A are identical in this regard.

73 de Dennis KD7CAC
Scottsdale, AZ

On May 16, 2015, at 3:38 PM, Mkrochta mkrochta@... [TMD700A] <TMD700A@...> wrote:

 

I read that...still not really understanding it..also want to setup the same thing with TH72a ht.

Mike

VE7MKD



On Saturday, May 16, 2015 11:47 AM, "Dennis Griffin eagleeyedennis@... [TMD700A]" <TMD700A@...> wrote:


 
Kenwood has a different approach to memory groups - they are determined while saving memories, not after the fact. So, any frequencies you save to memory channel numbers 0 through 99 will automatically be in Group 0, those saved to memory channels 100-199 will be in Group 1 and so on. See page Scan 2 of the CD owner’s manual.

73 de Dennis KD7CAC
Scottsdale, AZ

On May 16, 2015, at 8:44 AM, mkrochta@... [TMD700A] <TMD700A@...> wrote:

 

Does anyone have a tutorial or video on setting up memory groups with the TM D710a. When I'm out of town I would like to have my group for where I am so all I scan is that group.
Thanks 
73
Mike
VE7MKD


Posted by: mkrochta@...





Re: setting up memory groups

Michael Krochter
 

I read that...still not really understanding it..also want to setup the same thing with TH72a ht.

Mike

VE7MKD



On Saturday, May 16, 2015 11:47 AM, "Dennis Griffin eagleeyedennis@... [TMD700A]" wrote:


 
Kenwood has a different approach to memory groups - they are determined while saving memories, not after the fact. So, any frequencies you save to memory channel numbers 0 through 99 will automatically be in Group 0, those saved to memory channels 100-199 will be in Group 1 and so on. See page Scan 2 of the CD owner’s manual.

73 de Dennis KD7CAC
Scottsdale, AZ

On May 16, 2015, at 8:44 AM, mkrochta@... [TMD700A] <TMD700A@...> wrote:

 

Does anyone have a tutorial or video on setting up memory groups with the TM D710a. When I'm out of town I would like to have my group for where I am so all I scan is that group.
Thanks 
73
Mike
VE7MKD


Posted by: mkrochta@...



Re: setting up memory groups

Dennis Griffin <eagleeyedennis@...>
 

Kenwood has a different approach to memory groups - they are determined while saving memories, not after the fact. So, any frequencies you save to memory channel numbers 0 through 99 will automatically be in Group 0, those saved to memory channels 100-199 will be in Group 1 and so on. See page Scan 2 of the CD owner’s manual.

73 de Dennis KD7CAC
Scottsdale, AZ

On May 16, 2015, at 8:44 AM, mkrochta@... [TMD700A] <TMD700A@...> wrote:

 

Does anyone have a tutorial or video on setting up memory groups with the TM D710a. When I'm out of town I would like to have my group for where I am so all I scan is that group.

Thanks 

73

Mike

VE7MKD



Posted by: mkrochta@...


setting up memory groups

mkrochta@...
 

Does anyone have a tutorial or video on setting up memory groups with the TM D710a. When I'm out of town I would like to have my group for where I am so all I scan is that group.


Thanks 


73

Mike

VE7MKD


D700 v D710ga

R M Waite II
 


With the recent demise of my GPS,  I am looking at using my 700 as a base station,  and getting a 710.  Is their someone that has both that would be willing to contact me off list?  I am especially interested if it is scratch and snip capable as the 700 was.
 
Thanks & 73's
Rich
kg4kfi
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: [TMD700A] RX Freq Help

 

Sometimes you can trick it.  159.2025 may fall into one of the frequencies that work with the 6.25 kHz step size.  Switch to that step size and then try programming again.


Re: D710 Inhibit APRS beacon

Randy Allen
 

OK, my apologies. I was in a hurry to get the info out and wanted to make sure I was responding to the right question.

73

Randy

On 5/15/2015 21:14, 'S. Peterson' kg6jev@cox.net [TMD700A] wrote:
As the group co-owner, I can confirm the group is for both radios.

73,

Steven KG6JEV

-----Original Message-----
From: TMD700A@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TMD700A@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2015 9:07 PM
To: TMD700A@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [TMD700A] D710 Inhibit APRS beacon

Thanks for your help...

And last time I checked this group was for BOTH the d700 and D710. At
least that is what it shows on the group home page.

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Randy Allen, KAØAZS

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