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Using an appropriate cable, two TA2922 interfaces can be installed into two TM8000 and/or TM9000 radios for linking purposes. This includes linking of repeaters (same RF band or mixed RF band) and mobile linking applications, for example an in-vehicle repeater that communicates between a wide area VHF radio network and a UHF portable radio.
The TA2922 Universal Line Interface is the TEL production copy of the AM8000- UIS board designed and manufactured by Tait Australia. The Universal Line Interface is a TM8000/TM9000 internal options board which occupies the internal options space within the TM series radio. It performs a range of flexible audio and digital interfacing between the radio and outside world via a 9-way D-range socket.
Consult your Tait dealer for more information. The audio output level is adjusted by potentiometer VR1. Various TA2922 configurations are available from Tait Electronics with the audio output set to a pre-defined level. TA2922 Universal Line Interface Service Manual...
Installation Procedure Disassemble the radio in order to gain access to the options cavity. For detailed disassembly instructions, refer to the TM8000 Service Manual. The circled numbers in the following instructions refer to items in the diagram. Remove the top cover and lid from the radio to access the options cavity.
D-range port TM8000/TM9000 radio Setting line output level (VR1) Ensure the TM8000/TM9000 radio is programmed according to the pro- gramming instructions. See “Programming” on page 39. Open the lid of the radio by unclipping the plastic top cover and removing the four T20 screws.
Talk-through level adjustment The talk-through or side-tone feature is enabled by fitting optional component VR3 (Tait IPN 040-06000-00). This allows audio which enters the TA2922 interface on the balanced or un-balanced line in path to be re-routed back out on the balanced or un-balanced line out path.
Programming A TM8000/TM9000 radio fitted with a TA2922 universal line interface board requires programming using two different programming applications: the standard radio programming application suitable for your radio type, ■ the dedicated TA2922 PGM-UIS programming application. ■ Programming using the radio programming application The lines from the radio’s internal options connector that are used by the universal...
When this check box is selected, the RX line out audio source is after the radio volume control. This results in de-emphasised variable level line audio output level. Note that in some TM8000/TM9000 configurations, the RX_AUD line becomes fixed in value, such as when multi-head configurations are used, or with some remote head options.
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