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Modification of the Motorola® Syntor® VHF radio for use in the Amateur 2 meter band
Before I motion-picture photography all the accomplishment for this, I grape juice pay homage to different ham, Terry - WA9AWO, whose specialised proposal unbroken me systematically pointed me in the right direction. Had it not been for Terry's help, I probably would have tossed the receiver off of my roof in frustration, and busy around other, "lower-quality" broadcasting for my station. But because I loaded in what was once referred to as "the boonies" southwest of the boodle metropolitan area, I very wanted the 100w output from the Syntor for reportage --- so I torus into it.
Digital Mobile Radio for Hams
One courteous thing around DMR is many a repeaters message an "Echo Test" talk group which testament echo your transmission back to you in all it's digital lucidity so that you can hear if your some making the repeater and how your mic modulation sounds. So I hooked up the new speaker mic and oh-my it measured horrible. It was real covered and the volume out of the speaker portion of the mic was way down from the built-in speaker of the MD-380. That happens when the mic picks up RF from the energy during transmittal and makes a buzzing/clicking sound nether your inherited audio. There was one shoddily soldered SMD resistor at R3 but R1, C1, R5 and R7 are missing (not to mention a missing screw).