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Author Topic: TS-830S front-end antenna coil description needed  (Read 399 times)
LZ5ZM
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« on: October 02, 2003, 12:49:33 PM »

I bought a second-hand ts-830s in semi-working condition. I found that the antenna coil is rewinded by previous owner. I am not sure that the coil is in its original parameters. Does anybody know what it is /number of turns primary and secondary windings, and type of ferrite core /or the type of the unit in general/. I have the service manual, but nothing is noticed about this part. Thanks in advance! 73! de LZ5ZM
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N2MG
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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2003, 09:00:47 AM »

Seems your question has no "takers".

I suggest you try the Kenwood reflector (mail list) on mailman.qth.net

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FRANKM12
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« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2003, 02:14:03 AM »

LZ5ZM,

Such descriptions are generally not in a users manual, unfortuanately.  A schematic of the device may have this info.  I looked for this info and have asked a few questions here and there.  

I ran across a person in Germany and asked him.  His email is dl9ai@@darc.de.  His name is Olaf.  If I get anything from him, I'll let you know.

If it's just a matter of a partial turn or so, it probably won't make much difference, but of course such things have to be insulated correctly and all. If it doesn't have the right turns, then it won't function perfectly, and there's enough EE guys around here to tell you whether or not your loss would be exponential or not.  Quite a bit of power goes through such components and leakage is probably critical and something you don't want.
frank
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