K & H Darwin wrote:
> What kind of CW filtering did the Triton IV come with? Was it crystal
> filtering or was it audio? Was it standard or an option?
> Actually, what were the options on the Triton IV. NB? CW or SSB filter?
> Marker? Keyer? Band stacking register (just kidding on that last one :)
> Is the Triton IV capable of working any of the WARC bands? (I assume not).
> I'm interested in one of these rigs but I'm clueless about them.
> Ferrisburg, VT
The Triton IV CW filter is model 245-I'm not familiar with a SSB filter.
The CW was Audio derived from a plug in board.
Model 249 was the noise blanker-plug in PCB to the main unit.
If you had model 540 (Analog) a marker would be important-241 I belive
model 241. If digital 544 then I can't see any reason to have one.
Keyers were of various types depending on preference see the
web site for those details.
Le Claire, Iowa
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