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RCH3000 and MCS2000 compatibility

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RCH3000 and MCS2000 compatibility

Postby W1HVN » Sat Aug 18, 2012 11:34 am

Simple question...

Can a remote mount MCS2000 without a head attached be connected to the RCH2000 directly from DB25 radio connection and run with just the RCH, or does it need a head attached?

Also, what changes can be made to a model 2 MCS2000 to make it a model three to play with an RCH (RCH needs to talk to a model 3)

Thanks.

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Re: RCH3000 and MCS2000 compatibility

Postby W1HVN » Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:14 pm

Anyone?


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