[amsat-bb] Re: true duplex radios

Joseph Armbruster josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Sun May 31 09:35:01 PDT 2009


I own a TH-F6A and it does not operate full-duplex.  You can find the 
complete manual here:


Over the last couple months, I have gathered a few other PDFs including 
a partial command reference for programmers that was hacked together by 
K9DCI.  If you have any questions about it or would like to see a video 
or such of it's features, let me know and i'll throw something up to 
YouTube.  For the record, this is my first handheld / radio as a 
technician and i've found it rather easy to use.

Joseph Armbruster

D. Craig Fox wrote:
> Greetings.  Ok so this issue gets revisited every few months or so-- as it seems.  I have a nice list of many fully duplex VHF/UHFradios-- I forget who put together-- that list is taped to the wall next to my station.  This comes in handy for shopping on eham, ebay, etc.  However, I am wondering if it needs some updating.  No clue here.  Maybe it is current.  Ok well almost.  I know it does not list the new Alinco DJ-G7.  
> Ok so the main reason for the post is first to ask (for the hums): does  the Kenwood TH-F6A operate in fully duplex mode?  the reviews on eham were not exactly clear on this point. If so, then any peculair problems SO
> The second reason for this post is to ask if anyone perhaps has a more up to date/complete list of truly duplex radios (ie, can do sat work!)  ;-)
> Thanks and 73s
> Craig
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