[AMRadio] 10 Meter AM Frequencies


Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Wed Apr 5 09:44:02 EDT 2006


Can't remember which model, Comstat 25, 25A, or 25B but somewhere in the
middle of its series, they changed the crystal mixing frequencies. Didn't
change the model number but followed it up with a service bulletin to the
retail stores who had service shops. The 25 series was a very hot retail
item for years.

If any of you are doing conversions and run across a bad crystal in the
mixer or oscillator bank, I may still have some available. When Lafayette
was closing down many of their stores, I acquired as many service parts
for their stuff as I could. I've been picking at this stuff for 20 years
but there's still a bunch in bags, boxes, etc.

Pete, wa2cwa

> Rick/K5IZ wrote:
> 
> >Has anyone made this modification to an old Lafayette Comstat 25?  
> I
> >have a couple of those I've been wanting to convert to 10 meters.
> 
> I believe the Lafayette Comsat 25 is the same basic rig as my Robyn
> T-123B....
> I changed the first two "A" oscillator crystals to 25.325 and 25.385 
> MHz and
> ended up with channels 1 thru 8 as follows:
> 
> 29.000  MHz
> 29.010
> 29.020
> 29.040
> 29.060
> 29.070
> 29.080
> 29.100  MHz



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