PROFESSIONAL INTERFACE

FULL OPTO ISOLATED

FULL ALL MODE

 *** THE BEST HAM RADIO ALL MODE INTERFACE ***

 

I.A.M.I

International All Mode Interface

 

 

THIS INTERFACE IS FULL AUDIO WIRED & ISOLATED

FROM PC TO TRANSCEIVER

THEN STOP RF/TVI PROBLEM FROM RADIO TO PC

 

Work fine with all radio on the World like

... YAESU - KENWOOD - ICOM - TENTEC ...

Please with your order to specify the transceiver or receiver model!

 

***SUPERPROFESSIONALFEATURES***

 

The only one with AFSK and if you like with also RTTY/FSK! (1)

The only one with wired CW KEY!

The only one full for AUDIO PTT CW radio<>computer RF isolated  (3)

The only one FULL galvanically isolated  (3)

The only one full wired for your PC and RADIO!

The only one working with RADIO-VOX or PTT via RS232

The only one without cable or connector to solder

The only one that doesn't use the frontal PHONE and MIC

The only one with TX RX PTT DIN connector on the radio back

The only one that leaves attached MIC and speakers on the front pannel

The only one work with RS232 or USB  (3)

The only one also with RADIO CAT CONTROL (1)  (3)

The only one with CAT & PTT at same RS232 available  (1)

The only one without expedition costs!!! (CH only)

The only one without using POWER SUPPLIED with all features!

 

and a lot of other applications...

 

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KEIN KABELGEWIRR

Diesen Luxus gibts nur hier

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muss nicht extra besorgt werden

 unschön am Interface angesteckt werden

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werden direkt unterstützt!

 

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*** All Price and Info Subject to Change Without Notice ***

 

I.A.M.I. COMPUTER <> RADIO CONNECTIONS

FULL WIRED - FULL RF ISOLATED

PRICE

TO COMPUTER

ALL FULL WIRED (~1 meter)

1. LINE RS232 / COMx  for PTT, CW and FSK  (1)  (3)

 

2. LINE SB AUDIO IN / OR MIC IN

3. LINE SB AUDIO OUT / OR AUX

TO RADIO

ALL FULL WIRED (~1 meter)

A. AFSK LINE AUDIO OUT or MINI DIN

B. AFSK LINE AUDIO IN or MINI DIN

C. PTT KEY

Con queste caratteristiche sopra elencate la scheda è completamente isolata galvanicamente!

With these characteristics above you list the card it is completely galvanically trafo/optoisolated!

 

 I.A.M.I is out production !

 

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES  (1)

for  the interface - nella stessa interfaccia

PRICE

+ FSK

TTL FSK DIGITAL TX CONNECTION WIRED

 

+ CAT  (3)

RS232 CAT RADIO CONTROL DUAL SWITCH WIRED

 

+ USB

ALL TO USB INSIDE RS232 CONVERTED

 
+ DUAL RADIO (2) RADIO (ABC) WIRED ALSO FOR OTHER RADIO  
+ AUDIO SPLITTER 3.5" STEREO SPLITTER FOR PC DUAL IN/OUT  
 

I.A.M.I.  INTERFACE SHIPPING COSTS FOR SWITZERLAND

GRATIS - FREE OF CHARGE!!!!!!

 FREE!!!

SHIPPING OUTSIDE SWISS FOR EUROPA (EU ZONE 1) and check ZONE HERE  
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 I.A.M.I. is out production!  

                  

IAMI INTERFACE is individually built and wired for every radio according to your informations.

It will be had to attend therefore that the material is prepared and verified before the consignment.

(1) Optional accessories available

(2) Cannot contemporarily use 2 radio - only one radio to the time

  (3) The radio CAT cmd is  not optoisolated for faster TTL switching and for not to use Power Supplies!!

 

NO connector to SOLDER

NO POWER SUPPLIES

NO cable to be connected

NO taken KEY or DIN by to attach

everything is ready to use

only to quickly be connected to PC and RADIO

completely wired with all of takings

Please with your order to specify the transceiver model!

 

 *** NESSUNA SALDATURA ***

 *** TUTTI I CAVI COLLEGATI ***

 *** COMPLETAMENTE CABLATA ***

 *** TUTTI I CONNETTORI CABLATI ***

 *** SOLO DA COLLEGARE E USARE ***

Con il vostro ordine ricordarsi di specificare il modello della vostra radio!

 

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WORLD ALL MODE FREQUENCY USED:


The following is a list of recommended frequencies (in Khz) used by the modes of our modem interface, for the LF, HF, VHF bands (based on IARU region 1)


BPSK31, QPSK31, BPSK125, QPSK125 (USB): 1838, 3580, 7035, 10140, 14070, 18100, 21080, 24920, 28070, 28120, 50000, 144000 (144605 in France and 144144 in Italy).

PSK10, PSKFEC31, PSK63F + DIGISSTV "Run", PSKAM10/31/50 (USB): Except PSK220F, These modes are QRP transmissions. They are used very little. I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:
* 14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz) at 17h00 UTC,
* 10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz) at 22h00 UTC,
* 144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC.

A CW prefix, at 20 wpm, indicating mode, software and power used, for example: "VVV DE HB9xxx / MODE PSKFEC31 / SOFT MULTIPSK / PWR: 5 WATTS" could be transmitted before the CQ call itself.

PSK220F + DIGISSTV "Run" (USB)
I propose to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:
* 14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
* 10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.
* 144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC if few traffic.

BPSK63 and QPSK63 (USB):
14072.5 - 14080 Khz. It is recommended to use fixed frequencies multiple of 100 Hz: 14072.5, 14072.6, 14072.7... For that, the user sets his transceiver on 14072 Khz in USB and operates on 500, 600, 700,..., 2400 or 2500 Hz... on the spectrum indicator.

CHIP (64/128) (USB): 7090 (for USA), 14077 and 14110 KHz

CW: 135.7-137.8, 1810-1838, 3500-3580, 7000-7035, 10100-10140, 14000-14070, 18068-18100, 21000-21080, 21120-21149, 24890-24920, 28000-28050, 28150-28190, 50000-50100, 144000-144150 (call on 144050 or 144060)

CCW (USB): For CCW which is a mode close to CW, the following frequencies are suggested:
1844, 3561, 7031, 10107, 14061, 21061, 24907, 28061 Khz (QRP frequencies + 1KHz).

CCW-FSK (USB): The following frequencies are suggested: 3590, 7043, 10143, 14075 Khz (CQ calls in 24 wpm).

For North America, it is proposed: 3575, 7075, 10137, 14075, 18105, 21075, 24905, 28075 Khz.

MFSK16, MFSK8, THROB, THROBX, DominoF, DominoEX (USB): 1838, 3580, 7037, 10147, 14080, 18105, 21080, 24929, 28080 Khz


Note: for SSTV in MFSK16, in general, it is not authorized to transmit a mix of text and pictures because the authorized frequencies, for these modes (MFSK16 / SSTV), are different.

The MFSK8, DominoF, DominoEX and THROBX modes are QRP transmissions. They are very little used. I propose to focus calls in the same conditions as for PSK10, PSKFEC31, PSK63F, PSKAM10/31/50 modes (see above).

OLIVIA (USB)
With an AF frequency of 1000 Hz, frequency displayed on the transceiver: 
7038.5, 14104.5, 14105.5, 14106.5, 14107.5, 14108.5 (call frequency), 18102.5, 18103.5, 18104.5, 21129.5 KHz

VOICE (USB en HF, FM en VHF)
The following frequencies are suggested:
3590, 7043, 10148, 14075, 144620 Khz with an AF frequency of 1000 Hz.

Proposed to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:
* 14074 Khz (AF at 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
* 10148 kHz (AF at 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.

PAX (USB in HF, FM in VHF)
The following frequencies are suggested:
3590, 7043, 10148, 14075, 144620 Khz.

Proposed to focus calls at the following frequencies and times:
* 14075 Khz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic,
* 10148 kHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 22h00 UTC if few traffic.
* 144620 hHz (AF around 1000 Hz), at 20h00 UTC if few traffic.

PAX2 (USB in HF, FM in VHF)
The following frequencies are suggested:
3610, 7042, 14112, 18112, 21112, 24932, 28302, 144620 Khz.

MT63 (USB): 1822, 1838, 3580, 3590, 3635, 7035, 7037, 10140, 10145, 14106, 14109, 14114, 18100, 18105, 21130, 24925, 28130 Khz

RTTY 45 bauds (50 and 75 bauds) (Ham), ASCII 110 bauds (Ham) and PACTOR 1 (USB): 1838-1842, 3580-3600, 7035-7045, 10140-10150, 14070-14099, 18100-18109, 21080-21120, 24920-24929, 28050-28150, 50100-50500, 144600, 144800-144990

RTTY 50 bauds (commercial) (LSB, examples): 85 Hz shift: DDH47 (20 kW) on 147.3 KHz

With SYNOP/SHIP transmissions: 450 Hz shift: DDK2 (1 kW) on 4583 KHz, DDH7 (1 kW) on 7646 KHz and DDK9 (10 kW) on 10100.8 KHz

RTTY 75 bauds (commercial) (LSB, example): 425 Hz shift: Bracknell meteo on 4489 KHz

AMTOR ARQ or FEC (Ham) (USB, sometimes LSB): Same frequencies as for RTTY 45 bauds (Ham), in particular around 14075 KHz.

SITOR A (ARQ) or SITOR B (FEC) (commercial) (USB, examples): 4210-4218, 6314-6329, 12579-12646

NAVTEX (commercial) (USB, examples)
The NAVTEX frequencies are 518 et 490 Khz. The user will set his transceiver:
on USB at 517 or 489 Khz. The transmissions are done at fixed time, for example for NITON (GB): 7h00 and 19h00 UTC on 518 Khz in English, 5h20 and 17h20 on 490 Khz in English, 7h10 and 19h10 on 490 Khz in French.

PACKET 300 bauds + APRS + DIGISSTV "Run" (USB): 3590-3600 (QSO), 10150 LSB (APRS), 14090-14099 (QSO), 14101-14112 (BBS), 14105 (APRS), 18102 (APRS), 21100-21120 (QSO), 21113 (APRS), 28120-28150 KHz (QSO)

For the pictures transmission in DIGISSTV: 
proposed to focus calls on 14090 Khz USB (AF around 1000 Hz), at 17h00 UTC if few traffic.

PACKET 1200 bauds + APRS + DIGISSTV "Run" (FM)
29250 (APRS), 144800 (APRS)
BBS can be found around 145000 Khz (QRG examples: 144900, 144925 and 144950 KHz).
For the pictures transmission in DIGISSTV, I propose to focus calls on 144630 kHz at 20h00 UTC if few traffic.

FELD HELL, PSK HELL, FM HELL and HELL 80 (USB): 3580, 7035, 10135, 14063, 21063 and 28063 KHz

SSTV:
3730 (LSB), 7035 (LSB), 14230 (USB), 21340 (USB), 28680 (USB), 144500 (FM)

HF Fax (Ham) (USB):
3730-3740, 7035-7045, 14230, 21340, 28680, 50550, 144700 KHz

U.S. hams are allowed image transmission on 80 m from 3750 kHz and up, 7150 kHz and up for 40 meters, and 21200 khz and up, commensurate with the license class:
Extra Class = 14150 kHz and up Advance Class = 14175 kHz and up General Clas = 14225 kHz and up (Dave N4EF info).

HF Fax (commercial) (USB, 120 lpm, examples)
Hambourg Meteo on 3855, 7880, 13882.5 Khz
Bracknell Meteo on 2618.5, 3289.5, 4610, 4782, 8040, 9203, 11086.5, 14436, 14582.5 Khz
RN London on 2374, 4307, 6446, 8331.5, 12844.5, 16912 Khz
NMG New Orleans, LA 8503 kHz
 

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