I have the FT1000 (stock) and recently fitted the INrad 1.8kc . It is =
not too narrow and works better (steeper skirts) than the Kenwood 1.8kc =
ssb filter I had in my TS850sat. I would not bother with the 2.1kc =
filter/s, the 1.8 INrad works great in contest crowded band.
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Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 16:36:47 -0500
Subject: [Yaesu] Need SSB filters for Mark V
Mark V (or MP) -dudes:
Is the InRad 1.8k SSB filter too narrow, or is the 2.1k better option? =
My radio is still in stock condition for SSB, got the CW covered. My =
focus is mainly in contests, I do only occasional rag chewing.
Any comments, please let me know.
73. Esa w5/oh7wv
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