If you are a repeater owner or just like to tinker with commercial equipment you might want to check out the documents here.
Radio Basics For the Newbie
3 Amp Power Supply for the System's remoted receivers
Dual Supply 12v, 2 amp / 10 volt, 22 Amp, for the System's remoted transmitters.
Link Radios page FM'ing a transmitter,receiver notes, COR/AF board, etc.
C.T.C.S.S. (PL) information (such as the Commspec TS-32 decoder)
Digital Page Packet, Computers, Internet, Networking, Firewall and analog telephone
Receiver Desense Testing system performance
Path Engineering Calculate Fade Margine
Author's manufacturing Practices and standards
Logarithmic measurements Forget "watts" and "microvolts"
Some 147.20 Details Spokane side
Battery's cell maintenance For packs
Here's a clever idea. Ever wonder if your Weller solder station is really working? Put a 1 ohm shunt resistor in series with the 24v loop feeding the tip, then put an LED across that shunt. There's just enough voltage drop to run it. While you have the unit apart why not install a green one to indicate there is 24v power to begin with. (use the appropriate series resistor for the green one, of course. Here's some sites that have technical discussions. Some might be redundant, but check them out, as each of us has some slightly different ideas, and it's nice to share.
Repeater builders By Kevin Custer who has more Tech tips ! Excellent Page
Also takes care of the reflector, below.
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