TK-x30 cross band repeat

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KX4KDH
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TK-x30 cross band repeat

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Is there any Kenwood made, or homemade way to cross band repeat the x30 series radios? I know most of what I need is in the accessory port, and I have tons of plugs, and pins. The only problem I can think of is that the COR of one radio is high, and the PTT is low on the other.

I do have a bit of experience with the accessory port as I have a TK-730 set up for APRS with a Tiny Trak 3 plus.

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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Nobody? There was never a module made for this??

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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I built a dual bander awhile back and have tinkered with a bunch of 830's. Never heard of a cross band repeater. Be a cool project though.

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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I'm going to go with a unit that Pyramid Communications makes. SVR-200 is the model number.

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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Are you still looking to X-band with x30's? I'm running a 790/890 in X-band repeat thru the rear DB25 connectors.

Tim

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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tskilbride wrote:Are you still looking to X-band with x30's? I'm running a 790/890 in X-band repeat thru the rear DB25 connectors.

Tim

Yeah..... How did you do that??

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Re: TK-x30 cross band repeat

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Uhhh. What?

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