You're right Jim. Something is amiss.
Have you disconnected the "Y" cable and restore your jumper to eliminate the
new circuit as the potential problem? Start there if you haven't already
done so. From what I can discern on the schematic, the diode mod should
have no impact on the Omni's AGC. What else can you tell us about it?
From: Jim Reid <email@example.com>
To: Jim Reid <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Ten-Tec Reflector <Tentec@contesting.com>;
email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Paul Christensen <email@example.com>;
Dale L. Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>; w6ru <email@example.com>; Ten-Tec, Inc.,
Amateur Radio Sales <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, September 21, 1998 9:45 PM
Subject: Re: The Solution: OmniVI+ & Alpha87A QSK Together!
>In my post on the subject awhile ago, I typed this:
>>>Be sure the AGC button is ON (I had put it off last
>>night while fooling around); Omni fast QSK does not
>>seem to work with the AGC OFF. And, go to menu 1,
>>and shut the LCO back off, if you have had it on; this
>>stops the relay clicking noise!
>Actually, it seems to be just the oposite. The described
>fix for VI+ and 87A QSK seems to require that the Omni
>AGC be set to OFF !? What I did when typing the above,
>was have the AGC buttom pushed IN; and that turns it OFF,
>So, the S meter does not read, and be ready to turn down the
>RF gain if a strong signal shows up near by; use at least
>a 500 Hz CW filter when in QSK operation, or narrower?
>Wonder why this QSK fix is impacting the use of AGC?
>73, Jim, KH7M
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