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Advanced Electronic Applications, Inc. (AEA) Index Page
Compiled by Mike Morris WA6ILQ
Maintained by Robert Meister WA1MIK
AEA Background and Introductory Information can be found here. You should read this page first.
The Advanced Electronic Applications, Inc. / AEA manuals that we have here are:
|AEA Morse Memory Keyer model CK-1 Instruction Manual Scanned and donated by Dale Cheek NY5B 580 kB PDF file|
|AEA "Contester" Morse Memory Keyer model CK-2 Instruction Manual Scanned and donated by Bill Perkins KB4KFT 800 kB PDF file|
|AEA Corp. DM-1 Deviation Meter
Manual 961 kB PDF
DM-1 large schematic 146 kB PDF Both donated by and PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY
|AEA 144 MHz Isopole Antenna Assembly Instructions (official copy) 500 kB PDF donated by AEA Technologies|
|AEA 144 MHz Isopole Antenna Assembly Instructions (early version) 34 kB PDF donated by Mike Reed N7ZEF|
|AEA 144 MHz Isopole Antenna Assembly Instructions (late version) 38 kB PDF donated by Gary Richardson N6LRV, PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY|
|AEA 220 MHz Isopole Antenna Assembly Instructions 99 kB PDF donated by Ron Bouder KA3CNT, PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY|
|AEA 440 MHz Isopole Antenna Assembly Instructions 99 kB PDF donated by Gary Richardson N6LRV, PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY|
|Two AEA Isopole Sales Flyers 207 kB PDF donated by Gary Richardson N6LRV, PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY|
|"Facts About Vertical Antennas" - a technical writeup by AEA 207 kB PDF donated by Gary Richardson N6LRV, PDF'd by Eric Lemmon WB6FLY|
|Brochure for the MBA-RC Code Converter
2.2 MB PDF donated and PDF'd by Don Abeles WA7UUL
The MBA-RC is a single box that is a full function decoder and display unit for Morse code, Baudot (5-bit RTTY/Teletype) and ASCII (7 or 8 bit RTTY/Teletype/computer) data streams. It takes in audio from any HF, VHF or UHF radio, TTL, current loop or serial signals plus +12v (at about 1.2 to 1.5 amps) and outputs its own 32 character scrolling display or drives a printer.
|Manual for the MBA-RC Code Converter 3.8
MB PDF donated and PDF'd by Don Abeles WA7UUL
This Instruction manual is dated 1982.
|Manual for the "Morsematic" Keyer model MM-1 1.37 MB PDF donated by Rich Rohweder N7FDM|
|Manual for the "Morsematic" Keyer model MM-1 2.47 MB PDF donated by Jim Larsen AL7FS|
|Manual for the "Morsematic" Keyer model MM-2 725 KB PDF|
|Manual for the "Morsematic" Keyer model MM-3 3.25 MB PDF donated by Jim Larsen AL7FS|
|PK-88 Packet Controller Operating Manual
21.7 MB PDF donated by Steaven Rogers, W4YI and Kenny Rogers, K4KR
Revision D, dated March 1990, complete with schematics and board layouts.
|PK-90 Packet Radio Controller Operating Manual
8.3 MB PDF donated by Scott Withrow KC9LQV
Revision C, dated January 1988. Appendices supplied by Mike KCØTA.
|PK-900 Packet Controller Operating Manual
4.06 MB PDF donated by Mark Sihlanick N2QT
Revision D, dated March 1993, complete with schematics, interconnecting cable wiring information and board layouts.
|PK-900 Manual 5.4 MP PDF.
Donated by Greg Beat W9GB
Dated November 2004
|PK-232 MacRATT with Fax Manual 14 MB PDF scanned by Richard West KH2EE, PDFed by Bob WA1MIK|
|PK-232 MacRATT with Fax Manual
The above manual monochromed, pages cleaned, blank pages removed by Bob WA1MIK
|PK-232 Operating Manual
5.4 MB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP
Revision B, dated Sept 1986.
|PK-232 PC-PAKRATT Manual 2.1 MB PDF donated by Bob WA1MIK, dated June 1988.|
|PK-232 Technical Reference Manual
4.0 MB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP
Preliminary Release / Revsion A, dated May 1987.
|Timewave DSP-232 Plus Manual (2005) 253 KB PDF donated by Greg Beat W9GB|
|2400 baud DPSK Modem Operation Instructions 253 KB PDF donated by Greg Beat W9GB|
|PK-232 Low Power CMOS Upgrade Kit A.06135 Documentation 191 KB PDF donated by Greg Beat W9GB|
|"TNC GPS Upgrade Addendum" subtitled "GPS
Operation" 474 kB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP
The introduction says that this writeup is applicable to all of the PK series.
|PK-232MBX Operating Manual 3.1 MB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP|
|PK-232MBX EPROM Installation Instructions 85kb PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP|
|PK-232MBX Node Gateway Option Supplement 447 kB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP|
|PK-232MBX Revision Supplement (dated July 1990) 57 kB PDF donated by Jim Lange WA2RJP|
NOTE: EPROMs aren't forever. Given enough time they will
all drop bits.
If anyone would like to read the EPROMs in their PK-series unit and email us the image files we will host them.
Then as folks have problems due to bit rot they can erase and reburn their EPROM chips and get their unit working again.
On the .hex and .bin files below you will want to right-click on them and "Save As" to your local hard drive.
These EPROM images are provided for you to replace the same version EPROM in your unit. There may be newer versions here than you have in your unit. These won't necessarily work in your unit, especially if they require changes to the hardware (extra or replacement chips).
|PK-232 and PK232MBX:
Here are some photos of the EPROM installation.
|The picture pk232mbx-roms.jpg shows how the PROMs should be installed in the PK-232MBX. Note that each EPROM chip has a notch in the pin 1 end. Watch that you get them in the right direction, you will destroy the chip if it's installed in the socket backwards! And it's way too easy to fold a pin underneath. So look twice and BE CAREFUL.|
|The picture pk232-mem-expansion.jpg shows the memory expansion board that was available from AEA to upgrade a PK-232 to a PK-232MBX. The board provides additional ram and sockets for 2 larger eproms (ver70 software EPROMs shown installed).|
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This page initially created 14-Oct-2004 by Mike Morris WA6ILQ as part of the "Other
Manufacturers" page, and split off on 13-Jan-2007.
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