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Re: Control Software

JERRY ROCHELLE <k5qm@...>
 

try kenwood.com, that's where i found software.
jerry k5qm

eb4cpk@wanadoo.es wrote:

Hello I�m searchig for soft to controler the D700. Thank�s.

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Control Software

eb4cpk@...
 

Hello I´m searchig for soft to controler the D700. Thank´s.


Re: Garmin Emap <> D700

Philip Yanov <phil@...>
 

You end up having to look at a couple of different pictures to be
sure, but yes you are correct. The tip of the 2.5 mm connector is pin
2, the middle sleeve is 3, and the last is pin 5.

--- In TMD700A@egroups.com, "Steve Siesel" <steve@k...> wrote:

Now, does the Data in on the D700 (Tip on the 2.5 mm connector)
go to pin 2 on the DB9?


Re: GPS & 700A

Philip Yanov <phil@...>
 

As you probably gathered from the replies, there is a good bit of
personal preference in your choice of GPS. I have dedicated a GPS
III+ to the use of my D700. An advantage of the III+ over the Steet
Pilot is that the GPS III+ accepts waypoint data from the D700. This
means that stations that you receive via APRS on the D700 are plotted
on the scrolling map display of the GPS III+. The beauty of this is
that you have a scrolling map of stations received without having to
have a computer with you as well. This feature does not work with
the Street Pilot and would be reason enough for me not to use the
Street Pilot for my D700. [KG4FOZ]


--- In TMD700A@egroups.com, "Howard Breitbart" <howitser@b...> wrote:
What GPS units have people found to work the best with the 700A?
With
those units, what features do they have? I'd like the positioning
info, but also like to use mapping features for navigation. I'm
looking at the GPS III Plus adn the Street Map units. If anyone
has
input, I'd appreciate it!

73,

Howard, N2JIH


Please change your bookmarks.

Keith Maton <keith@...>
 

People.

There are still quite a lot of users accessing the MB7UIV website through
either:

http://www.keith.btinternet.co.uk/gb7uiv
http://www.keith.btinternet.co.uk/mb7uiv
http://www.btinternet.com/~keith/gb7uiv
http://www.btinternet.com/~keith/mb7uiv

Although these links still do work, they will go in the next week or so, and
after that all you'll get is a 404 error. To access the MB7UIV web site
please use the direct URL of:

http://www.mb7uiv.co.uk

If you have favourites/bookmarks set to any of the first four, please change
them to read the last one.

I know I've posted this change of URL here before, but as there are still a
lot using the old one, I felt it prudent to repost again.

Thanks.

73

Keith
--
Keith Maton, G6NHU
feek@bigfoot.com
Visit http://www.mb7uiv.co.uk - Home of the first licenced APRS gateway in
the UK
- Careful with that Axe


Garming Emap <> D700

Steve Siesel <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

I am going to interface my Garmin Emap with the data cable
which has a DB9 pin female connector to my soon
to arrive D700 radio. After looking at the docs, I am a little
confused and looking for
help from others who may have done this.

Obviously the ground is common to both connectors.
From the outer sleeve of the
2.5 mm connector to pin 5 on a DB9 male.

Now, does the Data in on the D700 (Tip on the 2.5 mm connector)
go to pin 2 on the DB9?

and

the Data Out on the D700 ( Inner Sleeve) goto pin 3 on the DB9?

Or do I have this reversed.

Any help would be appreciated.

73
- Steve


Re: D700A & GPS III +

Wayne Joyner <joyner@...>
 

Plug and Play. Just go into the GPS and set the NEMA and baud and you're
having fun! Don't forget to turn on GPS in the Radio - :)

Wayne Joyner
Nebraska Scanner Pages - Omaha, NE
Web Site : http://www.wjoyner.com/scanner/SCANNER.htm
Email : neweb@tconl.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Howard Breitbart [mailto:howitser@bestweb.net]
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 01:19 PM
To: TMD700A@egroups.com
Subject: [TMD700A] D700A & GPS III +

Just got a GPS III +, was wondering if the serial cable that came
with
it would work to hook it up to my 700, or if I need a different one.

Thanks!

73,

Howard, N2JIH




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Re: D700A & GPS III +

Stewart Lewis <lewis@...>
 

It will work just fine!

CUL....Stew
w0shl@arrl.net


D700A & GPS III +

Howard Breitbart <howitser@...>
 

Just got a GPS III +, was wondering if the serial cable that came
with
it would work to hook it up to my 700, or if I need a different one.

Thanks!

73,

Howard, N2JIH


Memory Scan

jlesage@...
 

Is there anyway to have a priority while in the memory scan?

73s
kb9tsg


Re: GPS & 700A

Jim Murray <james31@...>
 

I'm using the Rand McNally. $79.00@ best-buy and they printed a $20 rebate
at checkout. Works OK with my 700. I posted the interconnect a week or so
ago. So far it is working great and seems to be accurate.

Jim Murray KC5QWG


Re: GPS & 700A

Rick Giguere <rick@...>
 

I'm using my GPS III+ .... I love it.


...Rick

On Fri, 21 Jul 2000, Howard Breitbart wrote:

What GPS units have people found to work the best with the 700A?
With
those units, what features do they have? I'd like the positioning
info, but also like to use mapping features for navigation. I'm
looking at the GPS III Plus adn the Street Map units. If anyone has
input, I'd appreciate it!

73,

Howard, N2JIH


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Re: GPS & 700A

N1FLO@...
 

I can not say that it is the best but the GPS III+ works for me. I also have
US roads and recreation, maps are good only drawback 1 to 3 counties at a
time. A GPS like the III+ gives you a lot more than just your position.

Hope this helps

73

John N1FLO
Attleboro MA


GPS & 700A

Howard Breitbart <howitser@...>
 

What GPS units have people found to work the best with the 700A?
With
those units, what features do they have? I'd like the positioning
info, but also like to use mapping features for navigation. I'm
looking at the GPS III Plus adn the Street Map units. If anyone has
input, I'd appreciate it!

73,

Howard, N2JIH


Re: GPS & 700A

nmhotair@...
 

The street pilot does not listen to the 700. The III+ does. Peter Naumburg
K5HAB

In a message dated 7/21/00 3:12:12 PM Mountain Daylight Time,
howitser@bestweb.net writes:

<< What GPS units have people found to work the best with the 700A?
With
those units, what features do they have? I'd like the positioning
info, but also like to use mapping features for navigation. I'm
looking at the GPS III Plus adn the Street Map units. If anyone has
input, I'd appreciate it!

73,

Howard, N2JIH
>>


Re: APRS and the VS-3

Rick Giguere <rick@...>
 

I've never been able to get it to work with APRS at all, and some of the
things I think it should do for "voice" don't happen, either.

It just seems like a very, very buggy firmware implimentation.



... Rick / KB1CHV

On Fri, 21 Jul 2000, Todd Ellis wrote:

Even though I am telling the radio to use the voice chip for APRS ONLY, it
is not announcing incoming messages. I received a lot of nice assistance
from folks on htaprs, but most did not own a D700 and read my manual for me.
I know how it is supposed to work, why DOESN'T it work? Anyone have a clue?

Todd Ellis, N2XL
Raleigh, NC


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Re: APRS and the VS-3

Todd Ellis <ellistr@...>
 

<snip>start vent<snip>

I KNOW THIS. YOU CAN READ THE MANUAL TOO, JUST LIKE ME. Again, MINE
doesn't work this way. I'm trying to find out why. It SHOULD work
this way, but it DOESN'T. sheesh! I'm sorry, but this is like the
eighth message with exactly the same information that won't help me.

<snip>end vent<snip>
Just like I have no idea what you have tried and what responses
you have received; you also have no idea how many times (over a
dozen) that people have asked me how the voice stuff works and
still don't get it. (they expect it to talk for _everything_). I
understand your venting need because I just happened to be the
latest person to reply to your cry for help.

Beyond calling kenwood (which it sounds like you should),
I did!

does the voice work at all?
Yes.

Have you tried a different voice module (if
available)?
Nope. I would have tried this except that the doggone thing works in other
ways, therefore my conclusion is that the module is working.

Have you tried putting your voice module in another
D700?
Nope, not too many out yet. There are about a dozen of them here in
Raleigh.

Have you tried setting it to always use voice?

Yep, no workie-workie.

Have you
checked the connector for the chip? (I'll assume you got it in the
right way, cuz I don't think it fits the wrong way), etc.
Yep, no problem there - also , remeber the voice synth DOES work...

Other than that, it's up to kenwood (or someone else on the list).
yepperdo. Check my other relay from D700@egroups for more info. Thanks for
the support though!!

Todd Ellis, N2XL
Raleigh, NC


Re: APRS and the VS-3

Todd Ellis <ellistr@...>
 

Nope, tried that.

On another note, I called Kenwood this morning and spoke with a Clifford
fellow who was very helpful. He suggested that I reset the microprocessor,
and re-program the EEPROM using the PC software package. No one else has
reported the problem. I mentioned that I had a low serial number (bought it
in January), and he said that there haven't been any rev changes at this
time. I'll let you all know how that works...when I can find time to grab
one of my laptops and run it. Off to Anchorage in a few hours for a few
days. Oh, for a D7G for the weekend...

Todd Ellis, N2XL
Raleigh, NC

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stewart Lewis" <lewis@ll.net>
To: <TMD700A@egroups.com>
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: [TMD700A] APRS and the VS-3


Try turning the Beep on!

Stew...W0SHL



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Re: APRS and the VS-3

Aaron <ae4ko@...>
 

<snip>start vent<snip>

I KNOW THIS. YOU CAN READ THE MANUAL TOO, JUST LIKE ME. Again, MINE
doesn't work this way. I'm trying to find out why. It SHOULD work
this way, but it DOESN'T. sheesh! I'm sorry, but this is like the
eighth message with exactly the same information that won't help me.

<snip>end vent<snip>
Just like I have no idea what you have tried and what responses
you have received; you also have no idea how many times (over a
dozen) that people have asked me how the voice stuff works and
still don't get it. (they expect it to talk for _everything_). I
understand your venting need because I just happened to be the
latest person to reply to your cry for help.

Beyond calling kenwood (which it sounds like you should), does
the voice work at all? Have you tried a different voice module (if
available)? Have you tried putting your voice module in another
D700? Have you tried setting it to always use voice? Have you
checked the connector for the chip? (I'll assume you got it in the
right way, cuz I don't think it fits the wrong way), etc.

Other than that, it's up to kenwood (or someone else on the list).


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Re: APRS and the VS-3

Stewart Lewis <lewis@...>
 

Try turning the Beep on!

Stew...W0SHL

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