Topband: NCC-1 for sale
w9ac at arrl.net
Sat Sep 24 13:33:15 EDT 2016
My NCC-1 was purchased from DXE back in 2008-2009 and has never been used. Apart from changes to the manual, are there any evolutionary hardware changes or modifications?
From: Topband [mailto:topband-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Bob K6UJ
Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2016 11:34 AM
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Subject: Topband: NCC-1 for sale
I have two DXE NCC-1 noise cancellers.
I am selling one. Brand new, never used.
Asking $450.00 shipped.
If interested contact me off the reflector at k6uj at pacbell.net
On 9/24/16 3:24 AM, vk6vz at arach.net.au wrote:
> For those looking for insight into how the NCC-1 noise canceller
> works, I’d suggest looking at the following two web pages:
> 1. http://www.eham.net/ehamforum/smf/index.php?topic=75951.0
> This is a thread on noise cancelling started by Martin G8JNJ and
> finishes with a brief exchange of posts between Martin and Tom W8JI
> (who according to the second of Tom’s posts here, is the person who
> designed the NCC-1).
> 2. With this in mind, then have a look at Tom’s web page at
> If you read this on the basis that Tom designed the NCC-1 and that he
> talks about the homebrewed noise canceller design he uses on his web
> page, that may give you a good insight into the design of the best
> noise canceller on the market. ;-)
> While there may not be a schematic available, there is some very
> interesting information available about the thinking behind the NCC-1
> I should add that Tom's web page is a gold mine for those who want to
> understand about how to do successful noise cancelling.
> Vy 73
> Steve, VK6VZ
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