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Subject: [TenTec] CORSAIR II
From: seay@alaska.net (Del Seay)
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 1998 09:36:55 -0800
Ken: Does it disappear with the antenna removed? And can
you change the level by turning the antenna? If so, it is a
typical signal that we are hearing more and more from various
low priced garbage being imported. I don't have a solution as
long as the Commerce Dep't allows imports that are not compliant
with the Spectrum-Pollution Act".

If it remains when you remove the antenna, then it is internally
generated in the Corsair.
See ya'
de KL7HF

-----Original Message-----
From: KMerzel@aol.com <KMerzel@aol.com>
To: TENTEC@contesting.com <TENTEC@contesting.com>
To: <tentec@contesting.com>
Date: Wednesday, September 16, 1998 8:17 AM
Subject: [TenTec] CORSAIR II

>Hello all:
>  I have a few questions for the learned members of this list:
> 1) I have a Corsair II SN 1174. Can anyone tell me about when this was
>manufactured?  If this was an early model are there any modifications that
>made internally to the latter models?
> 2) At approximately 21.008.5 I have a noise that sounds like a European
>police siren. It changes pitch approximately every second - high pitch then
>second later low pitch. I am assuming it is a logic circuit somewhere
>between on and off.  If I use an antenna tuner I can get rid of the noise
>at the expense of a good match to the antenna. I wonder if it could be
>external and somehow mixing inside the receiver?
> I thank you all in advance for any help you can give.
> 73, Ken
>                                                     W2KTM
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