I believe the audio CW filter was an accessory -- a plug-in circuit board.
Another option is the noise blanker -- highly effective against line noise
and ignition noise. The upper 1 MHz of the 10 meter band required two
optional crystals. People with these options often try to get top dollar
for them so buying a rig with whatever you want already inside is wise.
73, Mike N4NT
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Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 1:10 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Triton IV Digital "options?"
At 11:33 PM 2/23/06, Kirk Braunius wrote:
>Does the Triton digital have optional filters (like the Corsair, say) that
>I should be factoring into the price as I look to buy one? If so, how
>many options exist?
No optional filters, only selectable audio filtering with AGC audio derived.
Does very well for being the first major solid state xcvr (1974) after the
Triton 1 and Triton 2
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