At 17:07 30-05-1999, you wrote:
converting it back to the standard connectors but come
to think of it the
mil-spec ones would be kinda of cool.
Agreed. Very rugged as well. I plan to use nothing but in an upcoming
project that will see our next car (likely a Ford or similar van) equipped
with (among other things) an onboard computer for navigation and vehicle
BTW what is your side business? I was an engineer
for Martin Marietta
and used to work a lot with those connectors.
Have a look at www.bluefeathertech.com
. I offer services such as device
programming, media format conversion and data archiving, plotter output,
etc. As my interest in radio cotinues to flare again, I expect to (in the
future) provide such things as conversion of commercial units to ham
frequencies, test, alignment, etc.
Bruce Lane, Owner and head honcho, Blue Feather Technologies
Amateur Radio:(WD6EOS) E-mail: kyrrin(a)bluefeathertech.com
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