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The Tigertronics SignaLink USB radio interface delivers optimum performance while eliminating the need to attach to your computer's existing sound card. Virtually all sound card digital and voice modes are supported by the SignaLink USB. This includes traditional modes such as RTTY, SSTV and CW (to name a few), as well as today's hottest new modes like PSK31, WSJT-X, WSJT-X FT8, WSPR, WINMOR, MT-63 and EchoLink. Performance on all modes has been optimized by the use of special low-noise parts and careful design techniques. The convenient front panel controls allow you to adjust your TX Audio, RX Audio and Transmit Delay without having to open the SignaLink case. This lets you optimize your Transmit Audio (RF Power), Receive Audio level ("waterfall drive") and Transmit "Hang Time" delay on-the-fly! If your installation requires that you attach the SignaLink to your radio's External Speaker jack, then you can plug an external speaker or headphones into the SignaLink's rear panel "Aux" jack and continue to hear your receive audio.
Unlike most competing models, the SignaLink USB has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
The SignaLink USB works with virtually all radios and can be attached to the Mic jack, Data Port or Accessory Port. Most customers will want to attach the unit to the back of the radio (Data or Accy Port), as this will allow the microphone to stay plugged in. A wide selection of extra assembled radio cables are available for common base and mobile radios. A "do it yourself" un-terminated radio cable is also available for radios that use a non-standard connector (and some hand-held radios).
We are sold out of the interfaces, but still have some cables and modules shown below at 1/2 OFF!
Optional Extra Cables
Plug & Play Jumper Modules (... that makes programming literally a snap).
SLHEAD - SignaLink Programming Header for wiring your own jumper module
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