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Re: Screen Protector???

Bill Stunden <bstunden@...>
 

I use the screen protectors on my Palm and they work great. Probably the thing for the D700.

Bill - VA3ZA

Brad [VE3BSM] wrote:

Try the sheets you can buy for protecting PDA screens. You'll need to cut to
size, but in theory they'd work well. Haven't done it myself though.

Brad.
VE3BSM


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Has anybody figured out, or found, a good way of protecting the remote
head's screen from scratches?? Maybe a commercial transparent screen
protector???








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Re: Screen Protector???

Brad [VE3BSM] <lists.nospam@...>
 

Try the sheets you can buy for protecting PDA screens. You'll need to cut to
size, but in theory they'd work well. Haven't done it myself though.

Brad.
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Subject: [TMD700A] Screen Protector???


Has anybody figured out, or found, a good way of protecting the remote
head's screen from scratches?? Maybe a commercial transparent screen
protector???


Re: dual band with 6 meter

Brad [VE3BSM] <lists.nospam@...>
 

One of my buddies & I regularly go Rover for VHF contests. He has a Yaesu
857 and a D700 (plus some other stuff for 220, 903 & 1296MHz). He routinely
runs the 857 and D700 together (um, obviously not on the same antenna) and
I'm not aware of the slightest problem.

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Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 5:30 PM
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] dual band with 6 meter


Does anyone use their d700a close to a 6 meter radio? I used my yaesu 7800
with my 100 watt 6 meter everytime you keyed the 6 meter the 2 meter side of
the 7800 burned out. Sent for repairs ..did it again... Hoping kenwood
does not have this problem....thanks


Screen Protector???

gdjelin <gjelin@...>
 

Has anybody figured out, or found, a good way of protecting the remote
head's screen from scratches?? Maybe a commercial transparent screen
protector???


dual band with 6 meter

rockin b farms <blevins@...>
 

Does anyone use their d700a close to a 6 meter radio? I used my yaesu 7800 with my 100 watt 6 meter everytime you keyed the 6 meter the 2 meter side of the 7800 burned out. Sent for repairs ..did it again... Hoping kenwood does not have this problem....thanks


Re: x-band repeater

rockin b farms <blevins@...>
 

Thanks for the info group, mine should be here anyday!! rockin-b-farms

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Subject: Re: [TMD700A] x-band repeater


Yes they have, works great.

Lew
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Re: x-band repeater

Lew <n4hra@...>
 

Yes they have, works great.

Lew

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Subject: [TMD700A] x-band repeater


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Re: x-band repeater

Allen Lee <alee@...>
 

This has been discussed and aruged about in the forums before.
Basicly yes it can be fixed and was in later models, there is a mod
on Kenwoods page.

Now you open the can of worms about legality as both transmitters
must identify????


Try a search on the forums.

AL

At 02:02 PM 2/20/2006, you wrote:
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Re: x-band repeater

John Everman <john@...>
 

Mine, vintage January 2006, has no problem. As the current package, mine
shipped with a new model number microphone, but I can't tell the difference
between it and the older model.

73 de John, n9mdh

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Subject: [TMD700A] x-band repeater

Hello, does anyone know if kenwood has fixed their crossband repeater audio
problems on the tm-d700a?


x-band repeater

rockin b farms <blevins@...>
 

Hello, does anyone know if kenwood has fixed their crossband repeater audio problems on the tm-d700a?


Re: Fw: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions

hardlyevrhom
 

I would check the AIP setting, menu item 1-3-5, if it is on it would
explain the problem. The AIP is great for limiting the intermod
monsters in a metro area, but really kills the receive sensitivity.

Kurt
KC8RWD-14
--- In TMD700A@..., "Daniel J. Sullivan" <djs13@...>
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Any thoughts on this folks?

Dan S
KO1D
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Subject: RE: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions


At 05:56 2/17/2006, you wrote:
Not sure on this one Corky. I have never had this issue. You may
want to try and send this out on the D700 Reflector on Yahoo
(or I
can for you if you like) for a wider bit of feedback.

Dan S

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From:
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To:
Subject: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:43:11 -0700

For all of you out there with a D700, mine is showing rather
bizarre
behavior and I was wondering if anyone else had experienced
this or
might have some suggestions as to what I might do about
it. Basically the problem comes down to the unit being
essentially
deaf. That is the front end sensitivity, as determined by
terribly
unscientific testing, appears to be about 1/4 or worse than
that of
my TH-F6 with a rubber duck! So here is the test and the
results.

The unit is mounted in my car with a Diamond SG9600 tri-band
antenna
(6m-2m-0.7m). I am running APRS (144.390) on channel A and
attempting to access a repeater on channel B (147.060). I was
at a
point where I could see the mountain on which the repeater was
located even though it was some 50 mi. away. I was unable to
get
the repeater to even break the squelch (or hear the repeater
with
the squelch open) on the D700 running at high power.
I thought, this seems strange so I pulled out the Th-F6 with the
rubber duck and keyed it up from within the car and brought up
the
repeater and could hear the repeater at full quieting without
any
problem. The squelch still did not break on the D700 so I
opened up
the squelch all the way and could not hear either myself
transmitting with the HT or other people operating on the
repeater
that I could hear with the HT. Next I transmitted with the D700
and, listening with the HT found that indeed I was keying the
repeater, just not hearing it. With a power meter I verified
the
VSWR to be about 1.1 or less and the transmission was about 50
watts
into the antenna. Next I put the HT on the external antenna
that
had been on the D700 on the HT and the signal in and out only
got
better. To make matters worse as I approached the repeater
site and
cut the line of sight distance by about a factor of three to
four
(1/4 to 1/3 the distance at which the HT was at full quieting)
the
D700 woke up and heard the repeater signal. I am running a tone
(67.0 Hz) and no CTCSS. The S-Meter squelch is off so the
squelch
should behave normally. This same sensitivity problem seems to
exist on channel A that I was using for APRS, thigh I did not
notice
much because I kept the volume off on that channel until I
started
having problems. Since I did not have a means to decode the
APRS
signals on the HT I could not verify that I was getting full
signals, but the HT was hearing many more broadcasts on 144.390
that the
D700.

As I said, if anyone has a some suggestions as to things to try
or
check before I box it and mail it back to Kenwood it would be
greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
-Corky
AF4PM

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Re: Cross Band Problems

Doug Ferrell <kd4moj@...>
 

I have set the left side on a VHF memory channel, and the right side
on a UHF memory channel. I went through the menu to the 1-->7-->6
setting, and adjusted the knob so that Cross Band Repeat is
displayed, and then pressed the OK button. I tried the cross band
repeat (I transmitted from a handheld), and the receiver displayed
(S-Meter) that it
was "hearing" my transmission, but it did not re-broadcast on the
other band. Any ideas why this would be???

I also tried setting the left and right side with VFO channels (non-
memory), and it didn't work there either.
Make sure that your CTCSS (if you are using that) match on both the
handheld and the d700. That would be a symptom that you described.

...DOUG
kd4moj


Re: Need Help with Engine Noise

Kim Wind <oz0sw@...>
 

I have the same problems with my Nissan Primera, but on my side it was the generator whis make the problem it was old and defekt. Maybe your have to put a Noise capacitor between the battery and your D700

Kim oz0sw

Ralph Milnes <kc2rlm@...> skrev:
I generally don't have noise on received signals, except when the signal is
faint. Then I appear to get engine noise of some sort -- as I accelerate the
engine, the speed of the static increases. This is noise on the D700's
external speaker, not on the car's AM/FM radio.

The D700's power line (unshielded) is connected directly to the battery's
plus and minus terminals (this is on a Mazda Tribute). Off the same power
line, I'm running a GPS plugged into the D700. Both the GPS and the D700
have roof top antennas.

Any suggestion to cut down on the weak signal engine noise?


Ralph KC2RLM



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Cross Band Problems

gdjelin <gjelin@...>
 

I have set the left side on a VHF memory channel, and the right side on
a UHF memory channel. I went through the menu to the 1-->7-->6 setting,
and adjusted the knob so that Cross Band Repeat is displayed, and then
pressed the OK button. I tried the cross band repeat (I transmitted
from a handheld), and the receiver displayed (S-Meter) that it
was "hearing" my transmission, but it did not re-broadcast on the other
band. Any ideas why this would be???

I also tried setting the left and right side with VFO channels (non-
memory), and it didn't work there either.

I appreciate any help you can offer.

Thanks.


GPS vs IQUE M3, M4 or M5.

kg4rgn <kg4rgn@...>
 

Has anyone had any luck with the TMD700 and the Garmin IQUE M5? Not
sure about the bluetooth issue being compatable with the TS2000 or
TMD700. Any experience with blue tooth or the IQUE series of GPS
units?

Thanks KG4RGN.


Need Help with Engine Noise

Ralph Milnes <kc2rlm@...>
 

I generally don't have noise on received signals, except when the signal is
faint. Then I appear to get engine noise of some sort -- as I accelerate the
engine, the speed of the static increases. This is noise on the D700's
external speaker, not on the car's AM/FM radio.

The D700's power line (unshielded) is connected directly to the battery's
plus and minus terminals (this is on a Mazda Tribute). Off the same power
line, I'm running a GPS plugged into the D700. Both the GPS and the D700
have roof top antennas.

Any suggestion to cut down on the weak signal engine noise?


Ralph KC2RLM


Re: Need Help with Car Speaker Interference

Bob Ower
 

Kevin wrote:

There are numerous ways to make a vehicle install and although many are very
similar, some are not. It pays to think about what you have and what you
are planning to do BEFORE you do it. Each situation has different
variables.

Most of the car manufacturers have recommendations for the installation
of communications equipment in their cars. It pays to check those before
installing.

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Re: Need Help with Car Speaker Interference

Kevin
 

Many of the recommendations to ground directly to the battery were born of
noise problems. Connecting directly to the battery for power does eliminate
many of the possible sources of noise in a vehicle environment. However,
this presents an opportunity for catastrophic failure of your radio in the
event your cars negative strap from the battery to the frame fails for
whatever reason. Why you say?? This is because the only path to the
negative is now through your radio's negative cable (which is connected
directly through the battery) through the frame of the radio to the mounting
bracket and finally to the frame to supply the rest of the car. It gets
even worse if the radio is not mounted very well to the car. Then all that
current is looking for the negative path through the antenna cable.
Obviously, neither the radio wiring harness nor the antenna cable, were
designed to handle high current loads. This is why many of the
manufacturers began supplying a fuse in the negative lead. If for some
reason you lose the negative strap in the car, the negative side fuse will
fail when the current gets beyond the rating of the fuse.



There are numerous ways to make a vehicle install and although many are very
similar, some are not. It pays to think about what you have and what you
are planning to do BEFORE you do it. Each situation has different
variables.





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Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 00:16
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] Re: Need Help with Car Speaker Interference



I'd like to see the explanation for this. It always goes back and
forth. Ground to the body, don't ground to the body.

If I write out the schematics for my car, I can't see any reason why
to not ground to a solid point on the body/frame provided there is
continuity between the grounding point and the negative battery cable.

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Fw: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions

Daniel J. Sullivan <djs13@...>
 

Any thoughts on this folks?

Dan S
KO1D

----- Original Message -----
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To:
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 8:17 PM
Subject: RE: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions


At 05:56 2/17/2006, you wrote:
Not sure on this one Corky. I have never had this issue. You may
want to try and send this out on the D700 Reflector on Yahoo (or I
can for you if you like) for a wider bit of feedback.

Dan S

----Original Message Follows----
From:
Reply-To:
To:
Subject: [VWS] TM-D700 Questions
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:43:11 -0700

For all of you out there with a D700, mine is showing rather bizarre
behavior and I was wondering if anyone else had experienced this or
might have some suggestions as to what I might do about
it. Basically the problem comes down to the unit being essentially
deaf. That is the front end sensitivity, as determined by terribly
unscientific testing, appears to be about 1/4 or worse than that of
my TH-F6 with a rubber duck! So here is the test and the results.

The unit is mounted in my car with a Diamond SG9600 tri-band antenna
(6m-2m-0.7m). I am running APRS (144.390) on channel A and
attempting to access a repeater on channel B (147.060). I was at a
point where I could see the mountain on which the repeater was
located even though it was some 50 mi. away. I was unable to get
the repeater to even break the squelch (or hear the repeater with
the squelch open) on the D700 running at high power.
I thought, this seems strange so I pulled out the Th-F6 with the
rubber duck and keyed it up from within the car and brought up the
repeater and could hear the repeater at full quieting without any
problem. The squelch still did not break on the D700 so I opened up
the squelch all the way and could not hear either myself
transmitting with the HT or other people operating on the repeater
that I could hear with the HT. Next I transmitted with the D700
and, listening with the HT found that indeed I was keying the
repeater, just not hearing it. With a power meter I verified the
VSWR to be about 1.1 or less and the transmission was about 50 watts
into the antenna. Next I put the HT on the external antenna that
had been on the D700 on the HT and the signal in and out only got
better. To make matters worse as I approached the repeater site and
cut the line of sight distance by about a factor of three to four
(1/4 to 1/3 the distance at which the HT was at full quieting) the
D700 woke up and heard the repeater signal. I am running a tone
(67.0 Hz) and no CTCSS. The S-Meter squelch is off so the squelch
should behave normally. This same sensitivity problem seems to
exist on channel A that I was using for APRS, thigh I did not notice
much because I kept the volume off on that channel until I started
having problems. Since I did not have a means to decode the APRS
signals on the HT I could not verify that I was getting full
signals, but the HT was hearing many more broadcasts on 144.390 that the
D700.

As I said, if anyone has a some suggestions as to things to try or
check before I box it and mail it back to Kenwood it would be
greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
-Corky
AF4PM

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Re: Split Tones??

John Everman <john@...>
 

To quote page 56 from the manual:

"Note:
. You can select a separate tone frequency for the CTCSS and Tone
functions.
. You cannot use the CTCSS with the Tone or DCS function."

In case anyone sees these as contradictory, it means that in CTCSS mode, if
you set a PL tone that is different or a DCS code, the radio will transmit
the PL tone, and use the CTCSS tone for the receive side. That second point
is that a CTCSS setting has no effect when you're not in CTCSS mode.

You can program tone information either through the software, or through the
radio's user interface. :)

73 de John, n9mdh

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Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 4:43 PM
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] Re: Split Tones??


Brad,

I don't believe it is possible to have one tone frequency sent for
TX and another (different) frequency for decoding on Rx. When you
program a tone for CT" mode, the radio will transmit with that same
tone.


73, As he makes a note to go home and try this... (I know my TH-F6
acts as I describe), Steve, K9DCi




Steve K9DCI

--- In TMD700A@..., "Brad [VE3BSM]" <lists.nospam@...>
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Yes. The way the radio works is a little funky, but you can set
separate
tone frequencies and then select Tone or CTCSS mode. In the latter
mode, the
tone out is on as well and at the tone out you set.

Brad.
VE3BSM

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gdjelin
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 2:56 PM
To: TMD700A@...
Subject: [TMD700A] Split Tones??


I noticed on the MCP-D700 software, that I can put in a Tone
Frequency
and a CTCSS frequency. Can I put in both the transmit and receive
tones, and have them both active (split tones)?

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