Below here, you will find links to my YouTube channel. I hope you will find these useful as they do to me.

More to come, Thanks for watching

73, N0AGI

2 Comments on YouTube

  • Dana says:
    December 18, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    Hi Nagi
    I was visiting ur webpage and I would like to ask you a question. I have a Dv4mini, and a Motorola xpr7550e & also a Tytera MD390. I have configured my code plug upside down and backwards for the Moto but still have a problem. (Also as per your pics too). When a station starts a transmission I have an audio drop out of approximately one syllable or letter. This is also noticeable when the radio audibly announces a new talkgroup on the DV4mini. The Tytera does not do this. Do you experience a similar drop out?

    Dana VE1VOX


  • Scott says:
    June 6, 2020 at 4:58 pm

    Hi Nagi,

    I watched your video on POCSAG pagers and before that I didn’t realize I could potentially send pages using my radio. I also have a Kpc-9612xe and just now read the manual and realized it supports paging. So all I needed was a pager!
    I purchased a used pager for $12. It is an Apollo 924 VHF pager. They say they are hand programmable in frequency from 137? to 158? MHz, 7 digit cap code, function (alpha, numeric,etc) and baud rate 512, 1200, 2400. I programmed it as I wanted at 1200 baud, alphanumeric, but I can’t get it to work. I am sending using my Yaesu FT-847 with the packet port at 1200 baud. Did you have to adjust xmitlvl in the TNC? Any tips apart from what is in your video?
    Thank you!

    Scott KE0KGG


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