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Date Posted by Category User IP

2014-10-17 (UTC)

KC7BYP

Components

66-87-138-101.pools.spcsdns.net

I need a t/r coax relay

I have 2 rig's. An Allied AX-190 ham receiver and a Kenwood TS-120S transceiver. The AX-190 works great. The TS-120S transmits fine but the receiver sensitivity sucks. The problem is in the receive RF amp. Pulling the RF receive pc board from the TS-120S and fixing it is a lot of trouble for me to do with the tools I have and lack of test gear. If I could get a hold of a t/r coax relay that has a set of contacts on it to cut the receive B+ off durning transmit then I can get on HF with the rigs that I have. Anyone have a t/r coax relay or the parts to build one laying around in there parts draw that they can spare?
I can be reached at "kc7byp@msn.com" or 509-438-1988

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