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aahaskins
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help-' modify a fishfinder to make it remote(rf) from sensor'

a present system using this is the Smartcast by Hummingbird,
would it be possible to buy one of theirs and copy it by observation?

I need to modify a fishfinder to make it remote from it's sensor,
i guess by encoding the transducer signal to radio and decoding to the fishfinder.
I know the the transducer has to be initially sounded, and maybey the pulsing frequency be adjusted, so there need to be two one-way signals.
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Why dont you go laydown on a raft out in the deep blue sea and who knows you might find a answer to your question
Sun Feb 23, 2003 5:58 pm
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And Boom! up from the friggin Depths came the answer to your question..trust you had enough time to soak it all up before the next Riptide approaches to reinforce the answers handed you from the first one.
Sat May 24, 2003 7:13 pm
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How "nice" of you Norm...
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My Pleasure
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