[amsat-bb] Re: true duplex radios

John Geiger aa5jg at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 16 20:53:50 PDT 2009


I can think of a few HTs that were missed:

Icom
W21AT
X21AT (70cm/23cm)
Delta 1-(2m/70cm/23cm)

Alinco
DJ560
DJ582

Kenwood 
TH79
TH89 (70cm/23cm)-Try to find one

Plus a few Standards, and the ADI AT-600

73s John AA5JG

--- On Wed, 9/16/09, Doug Faunt N6TQS +1-510-655-8604 <faunt at panix.com> wrote:

> From: Doug Faunt N6TQS +1-510-655-8604 <faunt at panix.com>
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: true duplex radios
> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2009, 10:16 PM
> It's too late for me now, for this
> trip, but how many of these radios
> can be set up so that one tuning knob can change both the
> VHF and UHF
> frequencies?  My IC-W31 separates VHF and UHF so two
> knobs are
> necessary.  Three of my Yaesu transceivers can store
> VHF and UHF
> freqencies in one memory location, but they're not
> full-duplex.
> 
> Are any of these HT's or mobile rigs computer controllable
> so Doppler
> correction can be done that way?
> 
> 73, doug
> 
>    Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 18:21:11 -0500
>    From: Andrew Koenig <ke5gdb at gmail.com>
> 
>    Here's my attempt of to update the list
> of full duplex capable radios. Did I
>    miss anything?
> 
> 
>    HTs -
>    Icom IC-W2A
>    Icom IC-W31A
>    Icom IC-W32
>    Icom IC-Z1A
>    Icom IC-X2A (440MHz/1.2GHz)
>    Yaesu FT-470
>    Yaesu FT-530
>    Yaesu FR-51R
>    Kenwood TH-D7
>    Kenwood TH-75A
>    Kenwood TH-77
>    Kenwood TH-78
>    Alinco DJ-G5T
>    Alinco DJ-580T
>    Alinco DJ-G7
> 
>    Mobile rigs -
>    Kenwood TM732
>    Kenwood TM733
>    Kenwood TM741
>    Kenwood TM742
>    Kenwood TM941
>    Kenwood TM942
>    Kenwood TM-D700/710
>    Yaesu FT-4700
>    Yaesu FT-5100
>    Yaesu FT-5200
>    Yaesu FT-8800
>    Yaesu FT-8900
>    Icom 2728H
>    Icom IC2800
>    Icom IC-2340
>    Icom IC-2720
>    Icom IC-2820
>    Icom IC-Delta-100
>    Heathkit HW-24/HW-24A
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