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Jim Childress - KE5JCN (2008-11-14)
11/3/08 Yes everything went very well and we even look forward to the next BSA Fox Hunt. Thank you for a great, versatile, product that really makes an impression on everyone - including the older hams. I intend to give you all A's on product and especially the service and support which you have given so freely. I have been in business for over thirty years and have yet to find a company that even comes up to your service and support plateau. After assembling the kit and being unable to activate it, you provided almost instant e mail trouble shooting. When I thought all was lost, you requested I return it for testing. Being unable to find the problem, you sent an assembled PicCon (all at no additional cost) in time for the BSA FOX HUNT. This type of product support is impossible to find. Thank you. Regards, Jim KE5JCN
Michael Stratton - km1ke (2008-11-08)
Byon has continually developed high quality electronic projects for the ham community. His prices have always been fair and very reasonable. And of course all of his products work to his specs or better. The kits are so much fun to build. Documentation is outstanding. I have made and am using most all of his kits. I use them in my cars. boat, and house. Keep up the good work Byon.. thanks for all you efforts...73's
Tim - KC5LFD (2008-11-06)
8000 Fa has been flying with me in my Glider all summer and my friends love to track me when I am flying. Once set in my baggage compartment all I do is turn on the power and forget it. I love it.
Christos - SV7BVZ (2008-10-29)
I have received the TT4+GPS2, works as specified, the software is very good with clear instruction.I will buy another one soon. Thanks Byon!!!
Jay - W5WHN (2008-10-20)
MT-AIO works as specified. I have used my MT-AIO during Marathons, hiking and in the vehicle with no problems. The software is easy to understand and the MT-AIO follows the KISS principle.
Dan - NFPE (2008-10-16)
MT-AIO!!! What a great product!!! Flawless! Fun to use and runs forever on a set of batteries when set to 2 watts output. As solid as my 7 year old TT3. every camper\hiker\outdoors person needs one!!! Thanks Byon!
Gene Youn - n9mxq (2008-10-05)
Finished my 3rd kit, another TT3+ with GPS2. Received 4 days after I ordered. Really like the new case with the cutout for the DB9's with the securing nuts. Now just have to find some.
Phil - VK7JJ (2008-10-03)
I've received: fast reliable delivery and a great deal of satisfaction with 1 x TT3 and 2 x TT3+ over three years. Excellent products with excellent documentation; thanks Byon!
Roman - OK1BF (2008-09-24)
Hi, I bought TinyTrak3+ for mobile APRS. Excellent product and customer service. I look forward to purchasing many more products. Thanks, Byon and 73 from Czech Republic!
Keith Harvey - VA3KRV (2008-09-11)
Once again Byon delivers! I just finished a "remote weather station" project, modifying a TT3 with a WXTrak chip, a Kenwood h/t and a WX200. Byon quickly answered a question re changing icons, and another "Byonics" project up and running. Many Thanks Byon....
Ben Lindner - VK5JFK (2008-09-06)
I purchased my TinyPack for my Davis Wx station and cable for my IC281 and it worked first time just running the configuration program. I now have a spare 9612+ to play with. Will purchase again for sure. Well done Byon
Gary - KC8YJJ (2008-09-05)
I purchased the PicCon this spring to use at a Boy Scout Summer camp. Counting building and programming, it took about an hour. The kids had a blast doing foxhunts! I also wanted to try the TinyTrak4 for SAR and also personal use. It went together in about the same time. I will now buy others. Both kits/directions/programming are first rate! Looking at my KPC3 and wondering why?
Tennessee Carmel-Veilleux - VA2TCV (2008-08-19)
I used the Microtrak 8000FA in the design for the EDGAR1 balloon payload and our team got excellent results, with continuous operation past 90,000 feet in extreme cold temperatures. Great device, well designed and easy to integrate. Still works after crashing down :)
Costas - SV4FFL (2008-08-18)

Minor - TI2YO (2008-08-14)
I have one in use with my WX station for about 3 years and is still working good. Also the support is very good.
ARMAGAN - TB4CJH (2008-08-10)
DEAR SIRS ,GREETINGS FROM TURKEY , MY NAME IS ARMAGAN ,,I SEE YOUR WEB ADRESS IN GOOGLE AND YOUR PRODUCTS VERY NICEDO YOU SELL THE FOREING COUNTRY PRODUCTS AND YOUR ACCEPY IN ORDER ?PS LETS KNOW ,SINCERELY ,73 S FROM TURKEY .
marcus - n5omv (2008-08-04)
this kit (tt3plus) was not only alot of fun to build , ( made me look like an electronic guennis !!) but had a probluem with the epprom , and byon said send it in !!! has not only replaced it but was willing to go the extra mile to get me going , thanks byon , will be ordering more in futer !!
John - N6VCW (2008-07-30)
The TinyTrak3Plus was easy to build, as were the null modem and radio interface cables. Everything worked perfectly the first time. Having wiring diagrams available on their Website is a nice feature, too. Byonics puts out good products.
Andy - 2E0XAC (2008-07-21)
My first radio construction project and it worked first time so I went on to build another as a 4D. Excellent kit, excellent instructions.
Paul - K6FRC (2008-06-30)
I know, the PicCon was developed for 'foxes' used for transmitter hunting. I've bought and built 7 kits. But, I use a couple of them for my unattended 10m beacons. The nice thing about the PicCon is that using a simple receiver, I can feed audio from the receiver to the PicCon and have full remote control over my remote located beacons. I program callsign into the PicCon and put it in CW mode, then use the PicCon to key the beacon. Then, with the receiver audio connected, I can come up on VHF or UHF and turn the beacon on or off and reprogram the keying string, right from the comfort of home. And, Shhhh... Don't tell the FCC... A PicCon has been used as the remote control on a commercial FM station. Shhh!! Thanks, Byon!