I wonder how the sensitivity will compare to a true 2 meter all mode rig. I
have enver used a xverter but always if the operator had a "high end" rig
how it would work as a tuneable I.F. for the 2 meter band.
Also wonder how T-T's xverter will compare to commercially available units
such as the units designed for the early 80's Knwd and Yaesu rigs.
Good luck Dave and keep us posted!!!
> From: David Newmyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Nrclog@aol.com;
> Subject: [TenTec] Model 1210
> Date: Sunday, November 02, 1997 9:43 PM
> I finally got around to starting the assembly of the 1210 two-meter
> transverter. I am impressed with what I have seen so far with the kit.
> circuit board is high quality, and laid out well with easy identification
> components. The manual gives clear instructions. The receive converter
> low level transmit converter have both tested out per instructions. I am
> hoping to get the rest of the kit assembled in the next few evenings. The
> only minor concern I had was the receive preamp transistor wasn't in any
> kind of static protective material, but it doesn't appear to have damaged
> the part in any way. I'm really glad to see that Ten Tec provided
> pre-assembled broad-band transformers in this unit. Assembling those in
> six-meter transverter were a bit of a pain.
> Dave N
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