{Collins} Re: Collins 75S-3 Noise Blanker

If you're not planning to use your 75S-3 in a '57 Chevy or Ford truck, then the KWM-2 noise blanker is worthless. That 136B-2 requires its own 40-MHz antenna to peak the ignition noise.
Stu, k2qde

----- Original Message -----
From: George Babits 
Date: Friday, November 30, 2007 9:48 pm
Subject: {Collins} Collins 75S-3 Noise Blanker
To: Collins

> I wanted to thank all the people who have offered suggestions on
> a noise blanker
> for the 75S-3. It looks like 3 or 4 options, other than doing
> without. One is
> the heathKit NB used in the SB series which might be a hard
> thing to find. One
> option is using the NB from the KWM-2 with possible heat
> problems. There is
> apparently an Elecraft Kit that can be used. And finally a
> solid state Collins
> specific unit being manufactured that bears looking in to.
> With all the issue still ends up in where do I want to drill a
> hole in the
> panel. And there really isn't any spot that I am willing to do
> that. But, one
> "reversible spot" is the phone jack as I almost never use headphones.
> Again, I want to thank everyone for their help.
> 73,
> George
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