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tc9

Telecar 9 radio open source firmware

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The AEG Telecar 9, equivalent to the BBC RT-61 radio can be used for amateur radio purposes. The "tc9" projet is an open source alternative to the manufacturer's firmware which is much more "ham" friendly.

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Features

  • Frequency display
  • Direct frequency entry
  • Adujstable squelch
  • 10 Memories
  • Different scanning modes
  • RF power level adjustable by front panel
  • 1750 Hz Tone for repeaters
  • APRS tracker-ready feature
  • Automatic repeater shift

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Programming Language

C

Registered

2012-02-07

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