On 10/8/01 10:06 AM, Ronald C. Barnes at email@example.com wrote:
>I too have an old Ham-M that I will be working on over the winter. This is
>a project I could get behind!
>Someone provided a link to manuals, but the links dont work :(
I just tried it, the link works fine. Here's a higher-level link:
There's manuals for the Ham-M and Ham-II in this directory, plus those
for the T2X, AR22A and others.
>If I can get a schematic for it, I can throw together a PC interface for
>this thing using a PIC or similar microcontroller. I already grabbed the
>protocol for the EA4TX interface and can already see some room for
>improvements (presets anyone?).
The Schematic is in the manual.
Frankly, a PC interface is sorta overkill for a Ham-M....
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