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Re: Keep It Simple, MM

Miles, you know better than this.  The D700 problem has nothing to do  
with being in space.  It was caused by a crewmember making  
unauthorized changes to the D700 programming while playing with SSTV.

-- Dave, W8AAS

On Oct 1, 2007, at 8:06 AM, Miles WF1F wrote:

> The Kenwood TM-D700 on ISS ran ok for three years
> until it was discovered there were some anomalies in
> the software settings.  The radio was taken off Public
> access for a year until the crew was given time to do
> a manual partial reprogram of a few channels.  Neither
> the cause of the anomalies or the extent has been
> determined.

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