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    Default Tait program by diodes

    [Does any one know the model numbers of the different Taits

    68 88 Mhz
    148 - 174 Mhz
    400 - 500 Mhz

    that use diodes for frequencies instead of needing progrsammers or crystals

    please

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    Uh, I think it was the Tait T500 series - but not all of them.
    Some were 2 channel diode matrix, some 10 or 40 or 99 channel EPROM. The EPROM types were easy to determine, they had a LED display and channel up/down buttons. The two channel diode matrix types had just a push button - out for channel A, in for channel B.

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    Yep... the 500's used the diode matrix, as mentioned, on the two-channel models.

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    the multi-channel models just used an add on board soldered to the diode matrix board.



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    thanks guys for your help

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