[TenTec] 9 MHz tap on EAGLE... and then.....

Barry N1EU barry.n1eu at gmail.com
Sun Dec 28 09:16:15 EST 2014

It sounds like someone tapped the 9MHz i.f. and ran it out through a
Clifton Labs buffer amp.  This is a user applied mod.

Barry N1EU

On Sun, Dec 28, 2014 at 1:43 PM, David Perrin <dbperrin at gmail.com> wrote:

>         Reading what had been posted on the topic of locating a 9 MHz tap
> on an older EAGLE I opened up my EAGLE to investigate.  What I found on the
> left side of the rig was a small pc board mounted by one screw on a
> vertically positioned shield. There are two mini-coax cables running to it.
>         As you look at the board (mounted) I soldered a mini coax cable to
> the “top” coax connector. Then I was able to run that coax along that
> shield for the length of that pcbd and towards the rear panel. A small hole
> was drilled in the rear panel to feed that coax out the rear. I took a few
> pictures if you’re interested- email me.
>         In a related issue, my problem now is to get  software to work
> with it. After loading the Ensemble II software it keys me to use the
> easier fast load of the required files. I haven’t been able to bring up the
> DAQ file for the Ensemble II once the loading program has been loaded, it
> keeps reverting to an earlier file that was used a few years ago with the
> Raocmite40 receiver.
>         What software is proven to work with the Ensemble II?
> 73 de Dave, K1OPQ
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