What deviation should I shoot for on the tm-v71a?From page 83 of the Kenwood TM-V71a manual
Select 1200 or 9600 bps for the data transfer rate, depending on your TNC.
1200 bps: Transmit data input (PKD) sensitivity is 40 mV p-p , input impedance is 10 kΩ.
9600 bps: Transmit data input (PKD) sensitivity is 2 V p-p , input impedance is 10 kΩ.
I use the 9600 bps connection even with 1200 baud data which just selects the
Kenwood discriminator output (PR9 Output 9600 (bps)) ie. pin 4 on the
mDin6 connector is selected by ALSA setting IN1.
Then you can control your packet data speed with a single setting in
/etc/direwolf.conf MODEM 1200 or MODEM 9600. Make sure your Kenwood
Menu 518 is set to DATSPD 9600.
David Lowry <huskyrunnr@...> writes:
Well, I must have done something to the first board during my cable fiasco a year ago.