{Collins} Re: 30L-1, ALC and modern radios question



Glen,

The MM-2 came with either RM-50kc, RM-80kc or RM-455kc IF plug-in adapters
for displaying a received signal.  You have to be careful buying these on
Ebay as most do not have the 455kc IF.  I had to go through a few till I
found one with a working 455kc IF.

73 Jerry
K1JOS

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Subject: {Collins} Re: 30L-1, ALC and modern radios question


The Central Electronics MM-2 also has a two-tone
oscillator as well as an amplifier at 455 kHz so that
it can be attached to a receiver i.f.

However, it is not set up to be used as a general
purpose oscilloscope.

Glen, K9STH


--- Dave Risik <wa3hsc@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Well... I have a LEADER LBO-310 Ham Oscilloscope that
does a great job as a SSB/RTTY monitor and a general
purpose scope. It also generates a two-tone signal for
amp testing and alignment.

Glen, K9STH

Website:  http://k9sth.com


 
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