> perhaps you meant to say "4/0/0" or you changed the meaning of the
> sequence to be "no stubs/stubs/dummy load" instead of
> "14AVQ/50 ohm RX term/open RX term"
It is S 4 on 15 and 20 but there is no problems on 40m with or without the
stubs in the tx feedline.
> the two rigs. Is the vertical ground mounted with a good
> radial system or is it up in the air with a few elevated radials?
The 14AVQ is on the ground with a reasonable radial system
> Do you have a current balun or any kind of RF feedline choke
> in series with the feedline for the 14AVQ?
No - I don't have a current balun in the 14AVQ. I will give that a go.
> Also, have you checked the 2nd rig for fundamental overload?
> The stubs on the TX side will cut down broadband noise from
I will have a look. My second rig is an Icom 736 and the main rig is an Icom
Thanks for the suggestions.
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