[amsat-bb] Kantronics KPC-9612
jim at coloradosatellite.com
Thu Jan 18 15:12:24 UTC 2018
The KPC 9612 works great for FS3. You only need one port. If using two
radios build a cable from that port to both radios.
On 1/18/2018 8:09 AM, Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
> I used the 9612 on AO-51. It should be fine for Falconsat-3.
> 73, Drew KO4MA
>> On Jan 18, 2018, at 10:06 AM, <kb2mjeff at att.net> <kb2mjeff at att.net> wrote:
>> Hi Peter. I had to check this to make sure my memory was correct. It looks like the 9612 can't do 9600 baud on both ports.
>> So, to help with anyone looking for a TNC to do this via hardware I will start a list here. I'm running my trusty old AEA DSP 2232. I also have an old Symec TNC3S 9600/38400 that appears to be able to be modded to work at 9600/9600. I emailed a contact listed on Symec's web site for instructions on how to do so and never got a reply. If anyone want's to mess with the Symec, make me an offer. Some of the guys accessing the PACSAT are doing it with software modems, maybe one of you guys can help Peter out...
>> 73 Jeff kb2m
>> -----Original Message----- From: W2JV
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>> Subject: [amsat-bb] Kantronics KPC-9612
>> I’m considering purchasing a Kantronics KPC- 9612 to use for Falconsat-3, is anyone using this unit for FS3 and is it plug-play? If anyone has used this unit in the past on older satellites with WISP I would also be interested in your comments, thank you.
>> Peter, W2JV
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