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Re: CW or Voice ID for Cross Band TMD700A Repeater

Scott KF4NDQ <arizona@...>
 

--- In TMD700A@..., "Wayne Joyner" <joyner@t...> wrote:
It has been brought to my attention that a CW or Voice ID is
required
to use my TMD700A as a Croass-Band Repeater. (According to Official
This should answer most questions and then start a couple of good
arguements

http://www2.arrl.org/tis/info/pdf/9303043.pdf


Re: CW or Voice ID for Cross Band TMD700A Repeater

Tim Shephard <timshephard@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wayne Joyner" <joyner@...>
To: <TMD700A@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 7:15 PM
Subject: [TMD700A] CW or Voice ID for Cross Band TMD700A Repeater


It has been brought to my attention that a CW or Voice ID is required
to use my TMD700A as a Croass-Band Repeater. (According to Official
Observers in my area). Whether it true or not is not relavent. What
is important is whether it is possible to : (The question)
We had a guy like that once. He owned the local repeater and would preach
us the rules as he felt necessary. Told us the crossband repeater had to
ID.

Until we pointed out that his repeater with a remote base, didn't ID on the
remote base! Only on the main repeater channel.

I don't know the rule on this but I would say if your IDing correctly when
using it, and are close enough to shut it down if necessary, you should be
ok.

-Tim


CW or Voice ID for Cross Band TMD700A Repeater

Wayne Joyner <joyner@...>
 

It has been brought to my attention that a CW or Voice ID is required
to use my TMD700A as a Croass-Band Repeater. (According to Official
Observers in my area). Whether it true or not is not relavent. What
is important is whether it is possible to : (The question)

Is it possible to transmit a CW ID or Voice ID of a Call Sign every
10 minutes while in Cross-Band repeat mode?

The TMD700A has to be the one transmitting the ID. A hand held doing
it is not legal :) :(

If not. Then I need a clarification on the rules concerning cross-
band repeating from a mobile vehicle. I propose to use 146.940 MHz (A
local repeater) for VHF Output and Receive at the vehicle (Band A)
and 446.225 MHz (Band B and Hand-held)(or there abouts') for hand-
held to vehicle communication.

I am told that in order to do this, the TMD700 must be able to
provide the ID. If so, why is the TMD700A radio designed to be used
this way in the US without modification?

This certainly would add greater access to local area repeaters from
within buildings and other areas where a hand-held can not "make the
trip".

Any ideas, discussion or thoughts on this would be fun :)


BLN

Art van.Esch <surf@...>
 

Hello all I like to know how to stopped incoming bulletins. I see on
page 34 and try a few settings but still they come (BLN) anyone can
help me with simple example cheers Art in Australia VK4GO


Call memory

Incendie <incendie@...>
 

I have been trying to program the following memory as a Call memory: 169.275
DCS 152. I have the same frequency/DCS in my "normal" memory and it works
great. For some reason, when I try to program it in the Call memory (either
directly on the radio or with the software) the frequency goes in OK but I
always get DCS 025 !!!

Since it is my fireground frequency, I'd really appreciate if could put it
as my call frequency. It would save me the assle to search for it every time
I need it. I don't know if someone else encountered the same problem and I
would really appreciate your help to solve this issue.

Stay safe !

73 de VE2JPT

Jean-Pierre
________________________________
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VE2 JPT (Basic and 5 wpm)
Lieutenant, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel VFD, Qu�bec, Canada G0X 3J0
email: incendie@...
URL: http://famille_magnan.tripod.com (Go take a look -> Sorry it's
in french for now)

The opinions expressed above are mine, all mine.


Re: Blocking callsigns

Eric J Foster <ke1lb@...>
 

 I don't see anything in the manual on the topic other than limiting your range, which isn't the way. The sure fire would be to tell him it was funny the first time, but after 86 times it no longer brings a chuckle!

Keith Maton wrote:

This may seem like a strange request but is it possible to block particular
callsigns from a D700?

There is one idiot locally who thinks it's clever to keep sending me
messages telling me that there's a speed trap on the road ahead, or that I'm
a boy racer who should slow down when I'm within the speed limits.

I'm getting really fed up with it and want to be able to ignore/reject his
messages.  Can this be done?

73
Keith
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the UK.
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Blocking callsigns

Keith Maton <feek@...>
 

This may seem like a strange request but is it possible to block particular
callsigns from a D700?

There is one idiot locally who thinks it's clever to keep sending me
messages telling me that there's a speed trap on the road ahead, or that I'm
a boy racer who should slow down when I'm within the speed limits.

I'm getting really fed up with it and want to be able to ignore/reject his
messages. Can this be done?

73
Keith
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feek@...
Visit http://www.mb7uiv.co.uk, home of the first licenced APRS gateway in
the UK.
- Careful with that Axe


Re: Amateur Radio Callsign page

mrgrits <mrgrits@...>
 

qrz.com is one. arrl.com fcc database.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard M Waite II" <rwaite@...>
To: "1 List, POLICE-L" <police-l@...>; "10 List, TM-D700A"
<TMD700A@...>; "2 List, Blue Knights" <Blue_Knights@...>; "3 List,
Corrections" <Prisons@...>; "5 List, Public Safety Diving"
<PublicSafetyDiving@...>
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 11:53 AM
Subject: [TMD700A] Amateur Radio Callsign page


I just passed my Tech Ham test, does anyone know the address of the
page where you can see what your call sign is?

I know it will take a week or two to show up, but I haven't been able
to find it..

--
Richard M Waite II
Kentucky Department of Corrections
Blackburn Correctional Complex, Fire & Safety Officer
Madison County Rescue Squad, Dive Rescue Team
Blue Knights, KY III
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Amateur Radio Callsign page

Richard M Waite II <rwaite@...>
 

I just passed my Tech Ham test, does anyone know the address of the
page where you can see what your call sign is?

I know it will take a week or two to show up, but I haven't been able
to find it..

--
Richard M Waite II
Kentucky Department of Corrections
Blackburn Correctional Complex, Fire & Safety Officer
Madison County Rescue Squad, Dive Rescue Team
Blue Knights, KY III
AOL IM: YardDogBCC


Re: APRS messaging

kd5ezk@mindspring.com <kd5ezk@...>
 

My current path setting is RELAY,WIDE4-4.

Original Message:
-----------------
From: Walter Holmes k5wh@...
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 22:22:51 -0500
Subject: RE: [TMD700A] APRS messaging


Are you going through a digipeater ?

Like WIDE,WDE, or RELAY,WIDE, etc...

Walter/K5WH

-----Original Message-----
From: kd5ezk@... [mailto:kd5ezk@...]
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2000 9:43 PM
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] APRS messaging

I can't seem to get the APRS messaging to work on my D700. When I
compose a message to, say, another D700, and hit okay, I see the
radio xmit, but it goes through its 5 transmssions and I have never
gotten an ack back, or any responses. I can receive APRS packets - I
keep my range set to 120 miles, which has pulled in about 15 stations
in this area, and I can see my station on aprs.net, so I assume my
packets are going out, but I just can't seem to get the messaging to
work yet. I suppose it could be that the stations addressed weren't
listening, but I've tried several times with stations that I think
are monitoring most of the time. I figure I must be missing
something. Can anyone enlighten me?



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Re: APRS messaging

Walter Holmes <k5wh@...>
 

Are you going through a digipeater ?

Like WIDE,WDE, or RELAY,WIDE, etc...

Walter/K5WH

-----Original Message-----
From: kd5ezk@... [mailto:kd5ezk@...]
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2000 9:43 PM
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] APRS messaging

I can't seem to get the APRS messaging to work on my D700. When I
compose a message to, say, another D700, and hit okay, I see the
radio xmit, but it goes through its 5 transmssions and I have never
gotten an ack back, or any responses. I can receive APRS packets - I
keep my range set to 120 miles, which has pulled in about 15 stations
in this area, and I can see my station on aprs.net, so I assume my
packets are going out, but I just can't seem to get the messaging to
work yet. I suppose it could be that the stations addressed weren't
listening, but I've tried several times with stations that I think
are monitoring most of the time. I figure I must be missing
something. Can anyone enlighten me?



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APRS messaging

kd5ezk@...
 

I can't seem to get the APRS messaging to work on my D700. When I
compose a message to, say, another D700, and hit okay, I see the
radio xmit, but it goes through its 5 transmssions and I have never
gotten an ack back, or any responses. I can receive APRS packets - I
keep my range set to 120 miles, which has pulled in about 15 stations
in this area, and I can see my station on aprs.net, so I assume my
packets are going out, but I just can't seem to get the messaging to
work yet. I suppose it could be that the stations addressed weren't
listening, but I've tried several times with stations that I think
are monitoring most of the time. I figure I must be missing
something. Can anyone enlighten me?


Re: Mic gain

Kiely Petersen <zl1wpk@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Incendie" <incendie@...>
To: <TMD700A@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 1:38 PM
Subject: [TMD700A] Mic gain


Is there a way to change the mic gain on this rig. I am using the MC-53DM
and I have to "eat" the microphone to get normal audio according to
reports
I have had since I got the rig. I could always make myself a cable to use
my
Heil microphone with this rig when I am using it in the shack but it would
not help me much for when I operate mobile.

I remember reading something on the internet about hidden menus that might
help me solve this annoyance but I just can't find it. Can someone help me
?

Stay safe !

73 de VE2JPT

Jean-Pierre


Hi Jean




To adjust the Transmission deviation level you need to get into the service
mode.

To get into the mode, short pins 3 and 6 of the 6 pin data radio terminal.

Then scroll through the options to the deviation section.
Then press and hold the Mic (PTT) in then turn the tuning control to select
the deviation you want. Then Press the SET key to set it.

Both VHF/UHF need to be adjust separately.



It would be interesting to know if its the MC-53DM microphone that has low
audio or the radio. As I had this problem as well so If you do have the
time BEFORE you adjust the radio deviation and try another microphone


Heres the url for a good radio modification web page http://www.mods.dk/




Kiely Petersen ZL1WPK


Mic gain

Incendie <incendie@...>
 

Is there a way to change the mic gain on this rig. I am using the MC-53DM
and I have to "eat" the microphone to get normal audio according to reports
I have had since I got the rig. I could always make myself a cable to use my
Heil microphone with this rig when I am using it in the shack but it would
not help me much for when I operate mobile.

I remember reading something on the internet about hidden menus that might
help me solve this annoyance but I just can't find it. Can someone help me ?

Stay safe !

73 de VE2JPT

Jean-Pierre
________________________________
Jean-Pierre Magnan
VE2 JPT (Basic and 5 wpm)
Lieutenant, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel VFD, Qu�bec, Canada G0X 3J0
email: incendie@...
URL: http://famille_magnan.tripod.com (Go take a look -> Sorry it's
in french for now)

The opinions expressed above are mine, all mine.


Re: D700 and Cassiopeia A-11

Tim Shephard <timshephard@...>
 

I am not familiar with the Cassiopeia, but if you are using a serial cable
that connects the palmtop to a PC, you will need to add a null modem cable
to it to connect it to the radio.

-Tim

----- Original Message -----
From: <kd5ezk@...>
To: <TMD700A@...>
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 7:43 PM
Subject: [TMD700A] D700 and Cassiopeia A-11


Has anyone ever successfully connected a Cassiopeia A-11 to a D700
with the serial interface cable? I tried it but couldn't seem to get
the two devices to connect. I've read some of the other messages
about attempts to connect other palmtop/handheld devices to the D700,
but the issue of the null modem is confusing me - do I need it or
not, do I have it or not? How do I tell, and is this even the
problem? I wanted to try to do two things with this set-up: use
the A-11 as a compact packet terminal, and use the A-11 as a text-
entry device for APRS messaging. Can either be done with this
handheld? Any help is appreciated. (P.S. if this set-up is
unworkable, is there another device that will perform both of the
tasks I'm trying to accomplish?)



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D700 and Cassiopeia A-11

kd5ezk@...
 

Has anyone ever successfully connected a Cassiopeia A-11 to a D700
with the serial interface cable? I tried it but couldn't seem to get
the two devices to connect. I've read some of the other messages
about attempts to connect other palmtop/handheld devices to the D700,
but the issue of the null modem is confusing me - do I need it or
not, do I have it or not? How do I tell, and is this even the
problem? I wanted to try to do two things with this set-up: use
the A-11 as a compact packet terminal, and use the A-11 as a text-
entry device for APRS messaging. Can either be done with this
handheld? Any help is appreciated. (P.S. if this set-up is
unworkable, is there another device that will perform both of the
tasks I'm trying to accomplish?)


Cassiopeia E-115 to Tmd 700

KURT KLEMENT <sm7wgp@...>
 

Hello

Ihave just got me a E-115 with x-tra conecting kabel and I want to use that
mobil for APRS and SSTV because it comes with a digital camera.
But I have tried to get them speaking but no luck so far, do I have to do a
mod. on the cable
IM using aprs for WIN-CE.

Tnx for a fast reply

SM7WGP Kurt


Re: Software

Eric J Foster <ke1lb@...>
 

It is free from Kenwood. Just got to the tm-d700 adv. page, and click downloads. It's in that directory. The software is very simple to use.......

KB3FGL@... wrote:

Just wondering (before I buy the radio)- where do you get the
programming software from and how hard or easy was it to use?  If you
had to download it from a website, could someone just tell me how? I
may do so now, before I buy it.  Thanks.
 


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Re: Software

Tim Shephard <timshephard@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: <KB3FGL@...>
To: <TMD700A@...>
Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 5:48 PM
Subject: [TMD700A] Software


Just wondering (before I buy the radio)- where do you get the
programming software from and how hard or easy was it to use? If you
had to download it from a website, could someone just tell me how? I
may do so now, before I buy it. Thanks.



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Software

KB3FGL@...
 

Just wondering (before I buy the radio)- where do you get the
programming software from and how hard or easy was it to use? If you
had to download it from a website, could someone just tell me how? I
may do so now, before I buy it. Thanks.

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