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Offline scapelinkdude

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New to radio stuff
« on: October 05, 2014, 0631 UTC »
Hi all. I found this website while searching for a manual for a 'Space Link 1000' radio device that I bought at a garage sale. I would like to fiddle around with it and get it working so I can see what it does.

Does anyone have suggestions or experience with this particular make and model?


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Re: New to radio stuff
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2014, 1514 UTC »
I Googled it and nothing much comes up.

Perhaps more of a description would help.

Only thing I found was a company in India that makes satellite dishes, and also some device (probably related) that runs on 70 Mhz. Mono-pulse something or other.
An AM radio Boombox DXer.
+ GE SRIII, PR-D5 & TRF on MW.
The usual Realistic culprits on SW (and a Panasonic).