From: Jim Reid <email@example.com>
To: w6ru <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Paul Christensen <email@example.com>;
Date: Sunday, September 20, 1998 7:43 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] TX EN & TX OUT Jacks
>Ref you note and test results on below:
>Thank you for your perseverance and tests. Wow, tomorrow I shall
>set up such a circuit, external to both the Omni and 87A. I read your
>solution to mean that the bands point to the Omni, not the 87A. You
>are todays hero!!
>Continue to just be amazed at the commradere of the Ten Tec gang.
>And, you know what, I am sure they will read about all of this
>at the factory tomorrow morning
That is what so cool about Ten Tec. They really care!!
> Be better news than
>what I believe is going to be on TV on Monday!!
>73, Jim, KH7M
>>Paul, Jim, and all,
>>I made up a cable with a diode in series to connect the 87A "relay" jack
>>to a "Y" cable to plug into the "TX OUT" and "TX EN" jacks on the Omni 6
>>polarity of the diode has the cathode (band end) connected to the Y.
>>This works very FB on BOTH CW QSK and SSB...glad to report. It IS nice not
>>having ANY relay chadder even on SSB!
>>I DO NOT suggest doing this with any other amplifier unless you know that
>>keying line polarity of the amplifier is correct AND that the amp keying
>>circuit is of very small current. Actually I would not do it with any
>>that uses relays.
>>I only suggest this with a Alpha 87A or 89.
>>Terry - W6RU
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