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Category: Interfaces, Radio to computer, amp, rotor, coax switch, internet

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Review Summary For : Digirig Mobile
Reviews: 11MSRP: 39.97 + shipping
Digirig Mobile is an integrated digital modes interface for amateur radio. - combines audio codec and serial CAT interface - supports full featured CAT interface: PTT, bands, tuning etc. (not just VOX based PTT) - uses a single USB connection to computer minimizing the cables mess - small rugged aluminum enclosure ideal for mobile operations (size of 9V battery) - interfaces the transceiver using widely available 3.5mm stereo jacks (TRS) - isolation can be easily added using inexpensive USB isolator dongle Serial interface is 3.3V TTL.
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NC9P Rating: 2021-06-28
It works very nice and looks professional grade. Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Bought the Digirig Mobile + USB isolator and cables while looking for a solution to get FT8 for my son's FT-857.

Denis K0TX was very helpful when I explained that I would like to get the interface ready for field day and shipped them in a hurry.

Dennis answered question quickly and courteous on the same day or faster.

I'm impressed by the Build Quality, which is professional grade.

Got it all working and on Saturday morning had my first ever 2m ssb FT8 qso with Ft. Stockton TX. That is some 450 miles away, I was surprised.

I'm writing a how to for the Yeasu FT-857 integration with the Digirig Mobile and will post it on the Digirig webpage.

73 de nc9p (Ray)

I have now tested both the Digirig Mobile and the Digirig Shack.
Ran 2D during Field Day.
Digirig Mobile with FT-857D and Digirig Shack with Icom IC-746PRO.
Very happy, both ran very solid. Neither need external Power they are USB powered. So Battery operated is easier (Using a laptop)!

I'm working on a How to for the IC-746PRO integration and will post on Digirig and eHam when done.

73 de nc9p