Kenwood TR-2400 tone encoder?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KE0DNZ, Aug 10, 2018.

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  1. KE0DNZ

    KE0DNZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Greetings,
    With my Kenwood TR-2400 that I'm trying to resurrect, I've found that there's a third-party tone encoder; naturally, I wasn't lucky enough for my 2400 to have one installed, so I need to find one so I can use it with my local repeater.

    I've googled it several times; NOTHING!

    Would anyone know where to find one, or maybe a schematic to DIY it?

    73's!

    -Bob KE0DNZ
     
  2. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Did you search here on QRZ ?

    I seen a few for sale here recently.

    Frequency adjustable by dip switches.

    In the day we used a 555 and rolled off the square wave with caps.

    A LM567 may work better. It is a decoder, You can use the PLL Osc pin to encode.

    Good Luck.
     
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2018
  3. WB2WIK

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  4. KY5U

    KY5U Subscriber QRZ Page

    Key microphone, hum. Problem solved.
     
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  5. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page

    That is cool that they still make them.
    Hooking it to a power supply that has a lot of AC ripple will work too. For a little while.
     
  6. KE0DNZ

    KE0DNZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks!

    Is there a schematic available?
     
  7. KE0DNZ

    KE0DNZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks!!!

    It looks like they're still available!
     
  8. KE0DNZ

    KE0DNZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Will that work for a 146.2 tone?
     
  9. KE0DNZ

    KE0DNZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Interesting... :)
     
  10. VK6ZGO

    VK6ZGO Ham Member QRZ Page

    If you only want a CTCSS for one local repeater, a home brew one will do a good job.
    Will VK6UU published a couple of different types in the WIA mag "AmateurRadio" quite a few years back.

    I built the LM567 one, & it worked well.
    They are on the 'Net somewhere.
    Googling CTCSS & VK6UU might find it.
     

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