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    I'm looking for some info on programming a Tait T800 series repeater.
    I recently found one in a scrap bin, and thought it was worth giving it a new life as a ham repeater. I think the programming software is pgm800.exe but it's proving rather difficult to find. Has anybody had any experience with the units before ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trash View Post
    I'm looking for some info on programming a Tait T800 series repeater.
    I recently found one in a scrap bin, and thought it was worth giving it a new life as a ham repeater. I think the programming software is pgm800.exe but it's proving rather difficult to find. Has anybody had any experience with the units before ?
    I'll have a hunt for you, trash.

    Is it a series 1 or 2?

    Series 1 used an EPROM for programming.

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    Tnx.
    Series 2 by the looks of it.

    T835 RX, T837 TX, T838 PA.

    RJ12 programming port and what looks like a phone patch and CTCSS board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trash View Post
    Tnx.
    Series 2 by the looks of it.

    T835 RX, T837 TX, T838 PA.

    RJ12 programming port and what looks like a phone patch and CTCSS board.
    What are the full model numbers T835-xx-xxxx etc, that will let us ID the units capabilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trash View Post
    I'm looking for some info on programming a Tait T800 series repeater.
    I recently found one in a scrap bin, and thought it was worth giving it a new life as a ham repeater. I think the programming software is pgm800.exe but it's proving rather difficult to find. Has anybody had any experience with the units before ?
    G'day mate,
    I have the programming software and the .pdf service manuals for the T800 series.
    If you want em, PM me an address and I'll send em to ya via CD-Rom.
    (The service manuals alone are over 55Mb compressed)

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    This might help to


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timon View Post
    This might help to

    Thank you for your contribution, Timon.

    The post you have replied to is six-and-a-half (6.5) years old, but I have downloaded your file and added it to my archives for possible future reference.

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