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Re: [Yaesu] [FT100] Re: IPO

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Subject: Re: [Yaesu] [FT100] Re: IPO
From: John Geiger <johngeig@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 21:00:52 -0800 (PST)
List-post: <mailto:yaesu@contesting.com>
Speaking of IPOs and Wall Street, here is a question I
have never seen discussed before:  Are Yaesu, Icom,
Kenwood, Alinco, and Ten-Tec publically traded
companies?  Could I go buy stock in them if I wanted?

73s John W5TD

--- backhoefade <cgarner@harris.com> wrote:

> Just a side note about the IPO.  Below about 800 kHz
> or so you need 
> to turn on the IPO or the sensitivity is very poor. 
> I didn't wade 
> through the schematic but I'll bet it's simply a
> matter of passband 
> filter circuits associated with the pre-amp, all of
> which apparently 
> get bypassed when you turn on the IPO.  Too bad the
> only IPO I've 
> ever "participated in" is the one in my FT-100D. 
> The ones on Wall 
> Street could buy me a boatload of FT-100D's and a
> hill-top ham-ranch 
> to operate them from.
> 73 Chas N6AF
> --- In FT100@yahoogroups.com, "n6tgk" <n6tgk@...>
> wrote:
> >
> > I'm curious....do most of you who use your FT-100
> in a mobile 
> > enviroment turn the IPO feature ON, or leave it
> off?  Isn't the IPO 
> > basically a pre-amp?  I'm dealing with 4-5 s-units
> of noise on my 
> FT100 
> > in my Rodeo even with the engine turned off. 
> Naturally, with the 
> IPO 
> > turned on, this noise level drops to 1 or 2.
> > 
> > KD4AC
> >

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