Forgot to include a link to the web page.
On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 9:29 AM, Scott Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That would be Dave, G4HUP. He is now a SK.
> Haven't seen anything posted about plans for someone to continue selling
> his products.
> -Scott AA5AM
> On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 7:47 AM, Dave Pruett <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I seem to recall that there is a G4 over in England who sells kits and
>> documentation for making mods such as this on a wide range of modern
>> radios. I've seen his web site, but I can't seem to recall his callsign
>> at the moment.
>> Dave, K8CC
>> On 4/23/2017 3:40 PM, Patrick Thomas wrote:
>>> Is there a certain aspect you're thinking of that makes it "out of
>>> reach" for the 736R? I don't have a 736 but some web searching seems to
>>> suggest "The 2nd IF of 13.690 MHz can be tapped at the emitter of Q09
>>> (2SC535B). Ideal is the connection point of R38 and C39." If you are aware
>>> of particular gotchas, please share!
>>> As N5UWY pointed out, conventionally the IF is fed to a small SDR
>>> (RTL-SDR, etc.) which covers the relevant frequency(s). If you're at
>>> 13MHz, you may need one with a built-in downconverter.
>>> At one point there was a whole Yahoo group devoted to hacking radios for
>>> SDR-based spectrum scopes, but it mysteriously disappeared one day. I've
>>> considered something similar with my IC-9100 though the newness hasn't worn
>>> off yet. :) Would like to hear how it goes for you if you try the mod.
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