Howdy, all. I'm trying to find more information about a Stephens Engineering Associates SEA 104 radiotelephone. I have no information on where it was, other than a callsign and "Lucrezia" (presumably the name of the boat) on a Dymo label on the top.
I contacted SEA, and they had no information or documentation on it, other than that it was produced in the late 1970s or early 1980s.
I was able to find some information on another SEA product, a 200-series radiotelephone, and found that it was programmed by burning EPROMs.
Judging by the pre-printed label with various maritime radio channels on the faceplate, I'm wondering if this is programmed via crystals or EPROMs, and whether I'd be able to adapt it to amateur use by reprogramming it. If so, it might finally spur me to upgrade to General!
Any information, documentation, or manuals on this or any related radios would be awesome.
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I don't have any photos of the inside, but I will have access to it again on Friday, and will open it up then.