|[AMRadio] VFO for 20V-3|
gwt at mpinet.com
Fri Jan 7 05:53:15 EST 2005
I replyed to the question with the save advice before I saw your post.
Seems to me I recall getting the same advice from you 20 years ago when
I got my BC610 on the air.
You don't think we're getting old do you? ;-)
Donald Chester wrote:
>> I am nearing completion of my 20V-3 for 75M and was wondering what
>> VFO's are available that easily interface with the 20V-3.
> The 1.5-3.0 mHz PTO unit from a T-195 or T-368 would work. I use a
> modified T-368 PTO/exciter unit as an all- band VFO unit. With the
> bare PTO, you will need to mechanically mount it in something and
> provide a power supply. Just be careful not to run the unit all way
> to the end of the tuning range. With any of the Collins-type PTO's,
> if you run it all way to the end, far enough to feel mechanical
> resistance at the shaft, you have already permanently damaged the
> internal tuning mechanism.
> Don K4KYV
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