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[Yaesu] G-800S problem

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Subject: [Yaesu] G-800S problem
From: lane@voyager.net (John)
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 23:04:48 +0100
I've had that problem also with my G-800SDX.  These rotators are quite a bit
more complex than the  HyGain/CDE units.  What it's trying to tell you is
that your feedline is radiating.  Check your SWR, connectors, grounding etc.

>I just installed a G-800S rotator and have an interesting problem.  When
>it's on every once in awhile the pointer moves a little, about 5
>degrees, and then goes back to the correct spot.   This would happen
>every minute or so.  I couldn't figure it out, checked the wiring, etc.
>and every thing was fine.  Then I happened to note that it happened
>every time my 2M packet radio, Yaesu FT-8000, transmitted.  Go figure a
>rotator with an RF problem.  Any ideas on how to correct this other than
>the usual torid cores on the cable?
>73 - Ted - W8TTS
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