Mine has birdies at 144.0 and 148.0 but none at 145.35.
> Greetings all,
> Are there any documented "birdies" in the T-Kit 1220 2M rig, and if so,
> where are they? I have noticed a few on mine, but only one is of much
> concern: 145.350, which is the output frequency of an area repeater. I
> have concluded that it is internally generated rather than being from the
> local cable TV sieve (er, system) because it is still there with the rig
> connected to a well-shielded dummy load. (CATV leakage is another issue
> at this QTH -- and I don't even have a cable drop from their system on my
> property.) 145.350 isn't an obvious crystal harmonic or sum/difference
> product of anything I could come up with in the rig, but I may be missing
> something. Is this a design issue with the 1220 or is it a
> construction/alignment issue with this unit? (I purchased the rig used
> so I don't know its history other than that it appears to have been built
> by an experienced kit builder -- very good soldering, etc.) Any
> 73, Al
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