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* * * GR1225 (UHF) Remote RF repeater controller * * *

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k7plt

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I am looking to control a GR1225 remotely using DTMF over a RF link. I would like to be able
startup/knockdown function and channel sourcing. Are there any manufacturers capable of
this task? If so, what models and difficulty level to enable and configure this device would be
expected?


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cmdrwill

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That option is in the R1225 radio. But not from a "link".

So you want control of the R1225 via a different 'receiver'? Yes there is a DISABLE input on the R1225 radio you can program to disable the transmitter.

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k7plt

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CmdrWill,

I do have the service manual for the GR1225. I do understand there are pin assignments on the back of that
16-pin port. I guess my question is, what hardware would I use to control the GR1225 through this port?
Could I accomplish 'channel sourcing' also through this same device?

Thanks for your time and effort concerning this post . . .
 

k7plt

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Thank you KC4YIN,

I think this is EXACTLY what I am looking for, I appreciate
the post and will look into this with greater detail.

Thanks again for your assistance!

'73
K7PLT
 
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