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From: "g3lll" Harry Leeming
Heysham Morecambe, UK
Had a great time just doing nothing on the cruise thanks, we picked it up
a last minute bargain.
Re the processor. It was designed as a box that sat on top of the FT101
plugged into the VFO socket, from which it took power. Leads were taken
the spare pins on this so that the signal chain could be broken, the DSB
signal taken from the modulator board at the point where it goes into
3.18 Mhz I.F., filtered, turned into SSB, and then clipped. It was then
back to the normal chain via the 3.18 Mhz I.F. board. On receive the
still passed through the clipper giving the total selectivity of a 14
filter and a slight increase of gain.
We did sell quite a lot of PCB's to Milt and he made them up as kits.
people fitted the board inside the FT101 but I was never too happy with
arrangement as they had to fit an external gain control and in/out
and noise pickup and feedback were always possible if it was not done
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