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Tait TM8200

Postby rothackerben8 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:07 pm

G'day everyone,

Bit of a quick question regarding Tait TM8200 radios. I currently own a TM8200 (VHF) with a remote graphical display head. Basically what i want to do is use both 2M and 70CM repeaters via the one control head. Now i have heard that you can 'daisy chain' two torsos together to make a cross band repeater, is this possible for the use of 2m as well as 70CM amateur repeaters? if so what programming would be required.

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Re: Tait TM8200

Postby Phil » Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:18 pm

Its my understanding that what you are wanting is the equivalent to the Simoco DMAP Board which allows this type of config.

For Tait it is a TM8260 im not sure if you can use an existing radio however.
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Re: Tait TM8200

Postby Phantom » Thu Feb 15, 2018 3:58 am

Don’t believe you can configure the Tait in the way you mention. Best to simply get a dual band that is setup for the job. No config required and keeps you within the LCD requirements.
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Re: Tait TM8200

Postby rothackerben8 » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:30 am

Cheers guys, I think I might just stick to the VHF tait, as UHF repeaters aren't that common

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