{Collins} Re: 75S3 Filter Question




Right Jim...the problem these days is getting that crystal mfgd.

Regards

Dave Harmon
NSRCA 586
K6XYZ@xxxxxxxxxxx
Torrance, Ca.

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[mailto:collins-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jim Brannigan
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 4:40 AM
To: mvjohn@xxxxxxxxxxxx; collins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: {Collins} Re: 75S3 Filter Question


The 500kc. filter is better for tuning across the band.  The part number
is
listed in the accessory section of the manual.
Add a wire lead 455.800kc. crystal to the CW1 position of the mode
switch
and you don't have to fiddle with the variable BFO when switching from
SSB
to CW.

Jim



> Team;
> The 200 hz CW filter in my 75S3A is a bit too "tight" for my liking. I
> can't seem to ascertain whether an equivalent 500hz filter was made or
> not that I could substitute.
>
> The 200hz Filter is X455KOQ200...Was there an X455xxQ500 or
equivalent??
> If so, I'd love to get one...
>
> Thanks!!
>
> MV Johnson VE3DJU/VE3DDI CCA  #11333

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