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 21 
 on: Yesterday at 07:37:08 PM 
Started by M6GOM - Last post by W9OY
There aren't very many people that are going to be programming FPGA code amd Flex may very well decide to leverage what it has learned creating this platform in it's commercial products.  In addition the code in the 6000 series is systemically far more complex than PSDR.  Finally the API's allow one to make software on any platform that can connect to the ethernet port of the radio work with the radio.  SSDR is merely a client connected to the radio, it is NOT the radio like PSDR was.  The radio is a server with an IP address and can have multiple clients connected of multiple types.  It is entirely fallacious to analyzed the system based on the way it was ten years ago.  If you want a way it was ten years ago radio buy an Anan.  It's a new day daddyo.  Flex once again leap frogged the whole field by maximizing the average guys access to the radio's functionality and programability.   

73  W9OY

 22 
 on: Yesterday at 07:03:07 PM 
Started by KJ6TSX - Last post by KJ6TSX
I can't believe it was two years ago that I lost 30 meters, I have decided it is time to fix it <GRIN> I found the BPF Coil for 30 meters is burnt. After looking at the schematic I found that if the other bands work it had to be the coil. My question is do you think the high swr could have caused this to happen?? or something else??
Thanks
George
KJ6TSX

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 07:00:05 PM 
Started by N3DT - Last post by K6AER
Given the language of your original post what else could someone deduce about amplifier experience calling a plate cape connection a Gizmo. You did not know the filament was on a separate supply from the high voltage.

All the UHF digital experience in the world will give you no experience on tube amplifiers other than ohms law.

Many tried to help but you copped an attitude and that will not get you far in the hobby.

Not to be picky but I think the phrase is, Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas.

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 06:58:16 PM 
Started by KD0MMF - Last post by KD0MMF
I now live in a CCR neighborhood that bars permanent antenna installations, but I think I could get away with an in ground radial system wired up to a plate that is centered on a partially buried mast.  My question is, does anyone know of a multband vertical that I could simply slide over a short in-ground mast, connect radials/ground and connect feed line?  I would like to be able to disconnect and put the thing in my garage or alongside my house behind some shrubs.  I think I could get away with a fairly tall vertical if there was a design out there amenable to quick connect/disconnect with radial system and feed line.  I do have a OCF windom dipole i I could probably hang up around the house perimeter and in some trees as a back up. 

Thanks for any help!
Dan KD0MMF
Rig is Kenwood TS-2000

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 06:43:46 PM 
Started by K3STX - Last post by WD4HXG

Locate a local sheet metal shop. They should have a floor shear
and can cut the sheet to your dimensions. Alternatively you can look
around for a used bench top shear. New shears are available from
places like Eastmans etc.

http://pepetools.com/cutting/12-guillotine-shear

Chuck

...
How do I cut the aluminum to keep it nice a flat? Hacksaw? Jigsaw?
...

paul

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 06:28:08 PM 
Started by M0FZW - Last post by KA5IPF
The tx/rx unit is almost identical to the Kenwood TM441A. The digital/control is different.

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 06:20:31 PM 
Started by N5MOA - Last post by N5PG
You're in the home stretch Gene, not long now Smiley

It took me 10yrs to get 100 cfd on 80m. 73, Paul

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 06:19:46 PM 
Started by Serena69F - Last post by W9FIB
Weren't we trying to help out Don, WA1OEJ?

I was.

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 06:17:25 PM 
Started by N5MOA - Last post by AF3Y
Heard them well (559 or so....) on a couple bands today, still with flutter. Sad

Did not work hard at breaking the pile as not an ATNO for me.

Sure would like to snag em on 80, but very short and weak openings so far.

Most of my radio time for the past week has been 80M bandfills, working on that 80M DXCC. (106/93)

GL/73, Gene AF3Y

 30 
 on: Yesterday at 06:12:38 PM 
Started by W6GX - Last post by AF3Y
Last week or so has been busy evenings on 80 meter CW.  I have my totals up to 106 worked now, with 93 confirmed.
Hopefully, I can scratch up the remaining confirmations for DXCC and apply for my 8BDXCC sooner, rather than later. Cool

73, Gene AF3Y

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