The CAT controllers are very popular, easy to use, and easy to interface. They seem
to work well with most Motorola stations and radios. There are interfacing articles on
this web site in the following Motorola areas: MTR2000, MSR2000, MSF5000, and MaxTrac.
Click here for the current CAT products
comparison (offsite link to the CAT web site page)
CAT-1000 Modem Scripts A complete
programming utility using Procomm Plus by Jim Hartzell WA3UQD
Clock setting utility for the CAT-1000
Using Procomm Plus by Jim Hartzell WA3UQD
CAT-1000 Audio Bandwidth Modification
For increasing the audio pass bandwidth of the CAT-1000.By Jay Farmer N8IPO and
Kevin Custer W3KKC. This same mod can be done to many of the other CAT controllers,
however you will need the applicable schematics and component layouts to change the
CAT-200B and DL1000C Frequency Response
By Robert Meister WA1MIK
After reading the above article, the CAT-200B controller and the companion DL1000C audio delay
board were found to also have poor frequency response. A similar fix will certainly help things
Repeater Controller Time Setting Utility by
LDG Electronics (offsite link)
Go directly to the CAT web site for PDF versions of manuals for their current and retired
products. The following manuals are NOT on the CAT web site and were sent to Repeater-Builder
anonymously unless otherwise noted:
The CAT-200B Repeater Controller Manual
1.35MB PDF. Includes the CI-200 RS-232/Weather interface, the DL-1000C Audio Delay Board,
and the RLS-1000B Remote Link Switch.
The CAT-300 Repeater Controller Manual
The CAT-500 Repeater Controller Manual
The CAT-700 Repeater Controller Manual
1.4MB PDF. Donated by Bill K2WH.
The CAT-700B Repeater Controller Manual
1.0MB PDF. Donated by Bill K2WH.
The CAT-1000 Repeater Controller Manual
The RBS-1000 Remote Base Switch Manual
The CAT WX-1000 Digital Weather Receiver Manual
586KB PDF. Donated by Eric WB6FLY.
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