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After changing from using the Yaesu FT-817 protocol I picked the ICOM IC-725 as a reference having never seen one.  It seemed fairly representative of the use case for the DDS module as a generic ...
... protocol so the DDS module can be used in a rig and powered by Ham Radio Deluxe. I started by trying to implement the Yaesu FT-817 CAT protocol.  It seemed fairly simple and didn't require a ...
KA6BFB/N6BIL FT-736R HRD interface (http://home.comcast.net/~tinkyr/736/N6BIL%20Hardware%20Emulator.htm) assembled from through hole parts. Emulates an FT-847 so Ham Radio Deluxe can control the RX ...
...    I also needed an interface cable.... something equivilent to the Yaesu CT-91.     Some internet digging turned up a few designs but nothing that matched the junk box ...
Following are some photos of the WDXC FT-450 Dial Kit and the steps to fit this to my Yaesu FT-450. My FT-450 and the kit as received from Japan. Closeup of the FT-450 with the standard ...
... toy either). Transmit and receive performance is similar to my Yaesu VX5 (to my ear anyway) using the supplied antenna or the whip on the car. The display is clear and easy to read with a ...
... several years I had also been taking my Yaesu VX5.   The VX5 is a neat little rig but at only 5 watts it was limited use for simplex,  it was a very wide receive front end so connecting ...
I previously wrote about replacing the 450v Electrolytics on PB-1968. I wanted to replace all the capacitors on this board but had difficulty finding these in the usual retail electronic component suppliers ...
In my previous post I talked about my "new" Yaesu FT-101ZD.  I had purchased it knowing that the digital frequency display was faulty and the seller included a Jaycar frequency counter kit.  ...
The Yaesu FT-101ZD was brought on the market in 1979, as a  low cost alternative to the Yaesu FT-901ZD.... so it may not be a real boatanchor but is a bit of a classic. I got my Amateur ...

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