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  1. timbo

    timbo Guest

    can anyone shed some light on Uni-lab telecommunications at all? A uni-lab
    KL micro series transceiver (radio repeater, high band VHF) has landed on my
    workbench & i have no info on it at all apart from the transmit & receive
    frequencies & the fact that it's dead.. the following information is printed
    on the back of it:

    uni-lab telecommunication ltd
    459 scarborough beach rd
    osborne park 6017
    western australia

    model kl150B/u/5/26
    date 05/91

    a google search has thus far turned up nothing regarding this unit or the
    company responsible for it..

    any help tracking down a manual or contacts etc much appreciated.

    cheers,

    tc.
     
  2. Ed -}

    Ed -} Guest

    try aus.radio.amateur.misc
    i know some hams used to work for them, also the aca should have a circuit, if you know someone there

    Ed
     
  3. Spectra Engineering
    www.spectraeng.com.au

    They'll be able to help or at least point you in the right direction.
    Uni-Lab became ADI which became defunct pretty much.
    Spectra Eng had a hand in the original design.

    cheers,
    Greg the Grog
     
  4. It's across the road from my gym. I'll have a look for you next time I'm
    there.

    Fraser
     
  5. timbo

    timbo Guest

    probably not alot of point - they arent there anymore ;) well, from what i
    can gather anyway.

    cheers,

    tc.
     
  6. Ed -}

    Ed -} Guest

    but he needs the exercise, dodging the traffic crossing the road
     
  7. Alan

    Alan Guest

    Have a search for the Kyodo KL150. Then maybe try Imark as they are
    the Kyodo agents in Australia.

    The Unilab unit was based on that one - although I think they changed
    the PA board design.

    Otherwise, as someone else said, try Spectra Engineering in Malaga,
    WA. The guys there were involved in Unilab.

    Unilab have been gone for a long time now. It went something like
    Unilab --> Stanilab --> Australian Defence Industries --> gurgler!

    You could have a go at trying ADI as well - good luck!

    Alan

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