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bezking

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As in, replace the battery with a power source connected through the accessory port? I don't think you can do that.
 

mm

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No,

The UDC supports the following: SB9600 bus, serial CPS programming, keyloading, option select for various accessories, PTT, TX and RX audio but no DC power support.
 

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No,

The UDC supports the following: SB9600 bus, serial CPS programming, keyloading, option select for various accessories, PTT, TX and RX audio but no DC power support.
Sorry to revive an ancient thread, but would you happen to have any documentation for how to actually use that SB9600 bus to transmit/receive data packets?
 

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Not anymore I changed jobs and trashed all my SB9600 information.
 
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