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by Angellot
Wed Nov 11, 2009 12:18 pm
Forum: General Motorola Solutions & Legacy Radio Discussion
Topic: Motorola p/n 01-80359B36
Replies: 0
Views: 408

Motorola p/n 01-80359B36

Does anybody know if there are other pins populated on this connector beside pins 8, 9 and 13? This is the connector used on the cloning cable RKN-4036B. Thanks
by Angellot
Tue Apr 04, 2006 6:48 am
Forum: General Motorola Solutions & Legacy Radio Discussion
Topic: I made a HIROSE adapter diagram, image inside post
Replies: 37
Views: 14697

Nevermind figured it out!

After looking into this, it looks like pin 2 of the universal connector side of the adapter is grounded through a 150 ohm resistor inside the Hirose Adapter NTN5213C. I have my speaker return line grounded on a PCB which I have also connected to the EXT/INT- pin on the Hirose connector. I was thinki...
by Angellot
Mon Mar 27, 2006 12:35 pm
Forum: General Motorola Solutions & Legacy Radio Discussion
Topic: I made a HIROSE adapter diagram, image inside post
Replies: 37
Views: 14697

Protecting audio c IC internal too radio

I think you are forgetting that the keyload adapter has parts inside of it. There is a small IC that takes care of things. I want to say that either shorting or applying voltage to either the mic or speaker line is what shifts it to keyload mode. I tend to think it's a voltage on the speaker output...

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