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Compiled by Mike Morris WA6ILQ
Web page maintained by Robert Meister WA1MIK
I know nothing about this equipment so please don't ask!
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|Contact Information:||Parent company:|
|Tait North America Inc.
15342 Park Row Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77084
Tait Electronics Limited
175 Roydvale Ave
Christchurch, New Zealand
Telephone +64 3 358 3399
Fax +64 3 358 0340
An overview article on what equipment is of interest to the amateur
would be most welcome (and we won't complain if it's written by a
dealer, as long as the major thrust is information sharing and not
If there is a Tait expert "out there" let me know, I'd be willing to just about turn over this page to you.
You should read this page before any of the
other articles here in the Tait section.
Tait Introductory Information An introduction to the Tait radio equipment, with background, history, some model-specific information, photos, and other miscellaneous items.
Click here for a chart showing the frequency coverage of various Tait models.
A lot of information on older products can be found at
Tait has made some service manuals for older radios downloadable for the general public (as opposed to dealers, and others with special privileges) at their support website.
Locally Downloadable Manuals:
T296-01 Power Supply 20.2 KB PDF
Cleaned up a little (removed some scanner-introduced speckles) and converted to PDF by WA6ILQ from a 372 KB JPG supplied by a ham in Australia.
|A 4 MB collection of informative brochures, all worth looking at. The portable repeater is especially worth looking at.|
|T800 backplane module 308 KB PDF|
|T800 rackplane interface module schematic 13 KB PDF|
|T800-02 CTCSS module 93 KB PDF|
|T800-02 CTCSS module Technical Note 566 589 KB PDF|
|T800 Power Supply Service Manual 891 KB PDF|
|T800 Power Supply Diagram 35 KB PDF|
|T800 Ancillary Equipment 1.9 MB PDF|
T800 Series II Ancillary Equipment service
manual, Part 1 of 2 1.8 MB PDF
Issue 101 dated May 1998.
|T800 Series II Ancillary Equipment service manual, Part 2 of 2 2.4 MB PDF|
T830 Series Base Station Equipment service
manual 3.2 MB PDF
Issue 100 dated February 1996.
T830 Series II Base Station Equipment 136-174
MHz Service Manual 8.5 MB PDF
Issue 201 dated August 1999.
T835 136-174 MHz Receiver
Manual 14.8 MB PDF
Issue A dated January 1991.
T837 136-174 MHz Exciter
Manual 11.6 MB PDF
Issue A dated January 1991.
T838 136-174 MHz Power
Amplifier Manual 5.1 MB PDF
Issue A dated June 1991.
|T850 Series Base Station Equipment Service Manual 1.8 MB PDF|
T855 Audio Processor schematic
146 kB PDF
Looks like it's part of the T850-series equipment manual.
|T860 Series II Base Station Equipment (220-285 MHz) Service Manual 2.7 MB PDF|
|T860 Series II Base Station Equipment (220-285 MHz) Diagrams 2.6 MB PDF|
|T860 Series II Base Station Equipment Service Manual Addendum 8 kB PDF|
|T860 Series II Base Station Equipment Service Manual Revisions 15 kB PDF|
|TM8100 and TM8200 mobile radio service manual 20.7 MB PDF|
|Tait Programming Interface (T700/2000/ORCA) Schematic Diagram 50 kB PDF|
Tait TB8100 Base Station Stuff 57.7 MB
Contains documentation, firmware, and software for a March 2009 maintenance release. We have no idea what any of this is, as it came anonymously, probably from a CD. Download the file and unzip it, then see what's in there.
Specifications and Sales Brochures:
|Spec sheet for the TB8100 series base / repeater station 540 kB PDF file.|
|Spec sheet for the TB2100 series base / repeater station 941 kB PDF file.|
|Spec sheet for the TB9100 series base / repeater station 515 kB PDF file.|
|Sales brochure for the transportable repeater based on the TB8100 and TB9100 stations 494 kB PDF file.|
Donations of any other manuals would be welcome, as well as articles on repeater-related topics (like where to find a COR signal or a subauduble tone decode signal in a radio).
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This article first posted 21-Dec-2005.
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