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Rich Reese, WA8DBW - EN-91 Norton, Ohio

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Link RLC-3 Programming Examples!

Programming Examples for Other Link Communications Controllers

Link Communications - Steve and the rest of the people out Montana way provide a varied line of repeater controllers. I have an RLC-3 that is the most versatile of any controller I have owned. They also bought the old Advanced Computer Controls (ACC Hints), and offer limited support of the ACC line of controllers. I still have an ITC-32 and a RC-850 and a few FC-1 boards. Visit their web site for additional information, manuals, free software updates, List Server, FAQ etc.

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ARCOMCheck out Kenís product line.And the RC-810 controller with 8 ports.ARCOM can provide complete turnkey systems using the Kenwood TKR repeaters.The assembled and tested controllers come complete with a full two-year warranty and their kits come with a parts only, one year warranty!†† As Ken would say:

 

State Of The Art Repeater Computers For The Demanding Repeater Operator


ICS Repeater Controllers - This is a relatively new comer that looks very promising. I have yet to try one of Brian's controllers but there are several on the market.Pricing starts at less than $100.00!


Computer Automation Technology offers several controllers. I have a CAT 300DX in use and find it quiteversatile.


S-Com Industries are manufactures of repeater controllers, autopatches and accessories.


Pacific Research has designed and developed custom repeater controllers since 1982. They offer turnkey systems as well.

 


NHRC LLC (dba NHRC Repeater Controllers) is a partnership dedicated to re-defining state-of-the-art in repeater controller technology.


 

 

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