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Radio interface cables made for various radios and Allstar Link configurations.
DMK URI Series, RTCM, RA-35 From Masters Communications, for Simplex or Duplex 
Alinco, Icom, Yaesu, Kenwood, Motorola, GE and Standard.

 

 

The male DB25 connector connects to the URI interface and radio.
All cables can be ordered with an internal EEPROM option
which is used to save your radio audio settings. 

 

This cable can is used to interface a Motorola radio that has a
16 pin accessory plug with your URI and Allstar Link Node.

 

The male DB25 connector connects to the URI interface.
The male DB9 connects to the back of your Alinco radio.  

The male DB25 connector connects to the URI interface.
The male mini din connects to the back of your Kenwood radio.  


 

This cable can is used to interface two Motorola radios that have
16 pin accessory plugs with your URI and Allstar node to make a repeater.

The male DB25 connector connects to the URI interface.
The male mini din connects to the back of your Yaesu radio.  

 
 
RA-35 to Yaesu Fusion DR-1x repeater

We also build radio cables for the RA-35 Masters Communications USB Radio Adapter. The photo above is an interface cable from the RA-35 to the Yaesu Fusion DR-1X repeater. The power leads are used to power the RA-35 internal amplifier to boost TX audio levels to the DR-1X

Check out Masters Communication's website for information on the RA-35 Radio Adapter



 Cables for other radios and or kits are available on special request,
For Ordering information please contact Marshall, ke6pcv via email at:
ke6pcv@cal-net.org

URI Allstar Link Cables

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Last Updated
March 04, 2017
Author ke6pcv@cal-net.org