Episode 29: Kenwood TS-2000 IF Output

Episode 29 is On-The-Air ...

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 29 is now available for download.
In this long awaited episode we show you how to add an IF Output to the Kenwood TS-2000 for use with a SDR. Peter demonstrates his Puxing 777 Handi Talkie. And Tommy shows us some Online Receivers. Plus your viewer email and facebook post.

45:58 of Ham Radio fun.
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4 Responses to “Episode 29: Kenwood TS-2000 IF Output”

  1. vk3pb says:

    There was a url mentioned in the show which was a link to a better Puxing 777 guide. Unfortunately the website is having a few problems so here is an alternative url to get the guide.

    https://www.argentdata.com/files/px-777.pdf

    cheers Peter

  2. va3wlc2 says:

    Great to have you back and the episode was awesome keep up the great work hope to see you more for the 2011 year

    73 de va3wlc
    Wesley creek VA3WLC

  3. W9CAC says:

    I watched this video the other night, and was suprised about the little section on the microphone. The MXL-990) I know that it requires a 48 V phantom power supply, but am curious how I could make it work with a Yaesu FT-857d. I have my hands on a mike I picked up for $50.00 new in the box. I have seen others talk about having to use a preamp and am now curious after seeing yours.

    73′s Dave

  4. You will need to use something to provide the 48 volts to the mic. This can be a phantom power supply, or a small mixer that has phantom power like the Behringer 802.