[OZAPRS] UIDIGI 1.9 problem?

Peter VK2MPJ vk2mpj at yahoo.com.au
Fri Oct 17 13:20:53 EST 2014

Thanks Owen,

I will chat with the bloke who has the proposed replacement TNC, and see 
what has or hasn't been done.
When I get the current TNC off the hill, I will see if we can pull the 
current config and see where the disconnect has been :)

As for the deviations, yes I know exactly where you are coming from

On 16/10/2014 9:46 pm, Owen Duffy wrote:
> Pete,
> Keep in mind that if you can read the existing EPROM, you can use
> UIDMPCFG.EXE to dump the configuration, including password.
> Swapping TNC means setting up modulation level using appropriate test
> equipement... well it should but it seems practice is "all knobs to the
> right". Given that, it might be deserving of a review of modulation
> level anyway.
> I can hear three digis here, and peak deviations are 1.5, 6 and 10kHz...
> should be 3.
> 73
> Owen
> On 16/10/2014 20:41, Peter VK2MPJ wrote:
>> I am thinking that this maybe the case.  I am thinking a replacement
>> TNC programmed up ready to go will be the best option here.
>>    I think I have access to an EPROM burner, but will keep your offer
>> in mind, thanks Scott.
>> Cheers
>> Pete VK2MPJ
>> On 16/10/2014 8:01 am, Scott Evans wrote:
>>> Sounds like the txt file you've been given differs from the actual
>>> configuration.  The only way to get around that is a site visit to
>>> connect directly to the tnc and reconfigure.  However it's probably
>>> best to arrange a new EPROM with the necessary alterations! If you
>>> don't have access to an EPROM writer contact me off list and we can
>>> arrange one to be written as I've got a little white box here
>>> (somewhere) and I can do it for you and mail it to you.
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