The 315 receiver covers 80. 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters. It seems to be a
Triton without a transmitter. It has a built in 110vac power supply
and inputs/outputs to be used in transceive with the TX-100. It's
ssb/cw only. An interesting feature is the "offset" control on the
front panel. It acts like RIT and probably will be needed to provide
an offset when used with the transmitter. I'll be glad to figure out
the vfo and carrier jacks on the back. I have a feeling that when the
tr signal is applied to the tr jack, the receiver mutes and through
some magic mixing system produces the proper frequencies to act as a
vfo. My freq counter is busted so I can't do much checking but maybe
I'll just try it and see what happens.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul R. Valko <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Steve Ellington N4LQ <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 9:14 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Model 315 Receiver
> Cool. The RX-10 is the matching receiver for the TX-100 though.
> 315 cover ham-bands only or is it an SWL rig? Also, does it have an
> receive feature or is it that wacky TenTec synchronious receiver?
> 73! =paul= W8KC
> Collector of Ten*Tecs and other fine plastics
> On Sun, 3 Oct 1999, Steve Ellington N4LQ wrote:
> > I picked up a TT 315 receiver today at the hamfest. It resembles
> > receiver in the Triton series having the 4 pole xtal filter and
> > position audio filter for cw. It works very well but I didn't get
> > manual. It's got some interesting jacks on the back and I wonder
> > someone with a manual could help me determine their function.
> > They are:
> > Carrier....An RCA jack labled "carrier" What carrier?
> > VFO:......Another RCA jack labled "VFO" is this in or out?
> > TR..........RCA jack labled "tr" possible for muting?
> > Sidetone...RCA jack labled "sidetone" assume you feed one in here?
> > I love the way this baby sounds. Looks like a good match for my
> > Tx-100!
> > Steve N4LQ
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