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Author Topic: Wacom WP678 duplexer retuning  (Read 4454 times)
WA5SWC
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« on: October 15, 2010, 06:58:06 AM »

Has anyone retuned a WP678 duplexer down to 444 / 449 MHz.?  I have the Wacom manual and the necessary equipment to retune it. The specs. show 450 > 470 MHz. and I was concenrned the internal loops, iinvar rods, capacitors, or RG-142 inter can coax assemblies may need to be lengthened.

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Lynn Peters, WA5SWC
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« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2010, 11:31:59 AM »

I don't have your answer but Telewave I seem to remember placed an advertisement when WACOM went out of business they would be able to service the WACOM line. You might drop them an email or give them a phone call. I am sure they would be able to answer your wuestion quickly.
"Although Telewave does not own the former Wacom Products, many Telewave products share a common design heritage with Wacom, and most Telewave cavities and isolators are drop-in replacements for Wacom parts.

We can repair, rebuild, retune, and expand most existing Wacom products and systems. Click on a link below to download a cross-reference of almost 900 Wacom models to Telewave part numbers. These are for information only, and are not guaranteed to be exact form or fit replacements. "

www.telewave.com

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