I breathed a sigh of relief for you Scott. Good job.
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Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2012 10:13 AM
Subject: [TenTec] Some progress made! --Omni D low to no power
> Well Rick, you win the prize...you were correct...I could have saved
> myself some time had I checked this sooner, of course...I knew I was close
> when I injected a 0 dbm signal at the tx mixer output and got full
> power...the last stage I checked was the crystal filter...I was going to
> inject a signal through it but ended up just looking at the solder joints
> and put it back in when I came up for a coffee...I read your post and
> decided to jumper with the .01 capacitor and voila....100 watts on the
> SO, now to see what I can do with the filter...likely a faulty
> crystal...not sure how i will test those but I like the idea of using one
> of the other TT filters...lots of room to work.
> Many thanks to you and the others for chiming in on this...As always, a
> learning experience!...the scope meter really help narrow things down...it
> in combo with the little sig gen ruled a lot, fast.
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