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Author Topic: Converting a Navy TBS-7 Transmitter  (Read 977 times)
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« on: September 11, 2010, 11:12:40 AM »

Hello everybody. I am from a group that is working on the USS Indianapolis Radio Room.  We have a TBS-7 receiver and transmitter that has no crystals.It was originally used on 60-80 MHz. We are trying to convert it to 50 MHz. or 6 meter band. Does anyone know  of anyone using these on the 6 meter band and what they have done to convert? I am thinking of VFO to use but I would like to find out of any other units being used. One suggestion was to place a20mmfd. across all of the variable caps. I may try this. any other suggestion would be helpful. If you would like to contact me direct please do so. ttevault37@sbcglobal.net  Ted Smiley 
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