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LP-PAN Hardware Installation
shows the most
common LP-PAN configuration. Other popular rigs are interfaced
similarly , such as FTdx5000. The FT950/2000 is similar except that it
a 3rd party interface board (IF-2000 from RF
Space) to be mounted in
place of the DMU interface board in the radio. The IF-2000 in this case
provides the IF output jack. Older Kenwoods have an IF output, but will
an RS232C “level converter” to provide a serial port. The E-MU 0204
just like the E-MU 0202 shown. NOTE:
E-MU 0202 is no longer available, and is not fully supported with
Windows 7 64-bit.
the system as
shown using the following cables…
IF – 50 ohm jumper
cable with BNC male
connectors on both ends, typically RG-58U. Some radios use an RCA
– Two cables with 1/8” (3.5mm) mono connector on one end and ¼”
on the other end. These can be homemade, premade or made up of a
premade cables and adapters. NOTE: Stereo plugs should not be used for
sound card side of these cables, as they can damage the special
connector for the left channel input. Make sure the two little switches
bottom of the E-MU are in the same position, preferably both OFF.
NOTE: L / R cables need to be reversed for
- Use the supplied cable. The end with
tinned wires should be connected to a suitable source of regulated
the same ground as the rig. This can be obtained from the switched 12V
of the rig. The “+” lead is marked with a white stripe.
– Use cable supplied with sound card. Connect to USB 2.0 port on PC.
1.1 is permissible, but will limit bandwidth to 48 kHz. If you use a
should have its own power supply and be USB 2.0 compliant.
Speaker – Requires 1/8” (3.5mm) stereo plug. It is smart to use
speakers with a
volume control. If you don’t plan to use the sub-receiver in PowerSDR,
use a mono speaker.
/Unbalanced – Use unbalanced setting formost sound cards, including
(button pressed IN).