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Author Topic: Kenwood TM-71a and PK-96 for 9600 baud packet  (Read 410 times)
AL1Q
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« on: August 11, 2017, 07:50:11 PM »

Hello!

I'm trying to set up a V71a/PK96 as a packet backbone.  The TNC is set up for a NET/ROM network scheme, using the X1J protocol.  I've installed a pair of 2 meter radio/TNCs for NET/ROM, but this is giving me problems.

I need to adjust the 9600 baud drive on the TNC (using a deviation meter, of course), but the pot seems to have no effect on the drive -- it's always maxed out. 

The arrangement RECEIVES very well, but (naturally) is very unreliable for TRANSMITTING. 

Anyone with some insight or experience on this, I would appreciate your advice!

73, Jeff AL1Q
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