|[AMRadio] one way to test a modulation monitor -- |
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dr_johnnie_fever at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 24 17:05:24 EDT 2006
actually that is just as good as any way. the monitor itself is wideband
from 200khz-54mhz the RFA-1 is what makes it a super sensitive and selective
receiver and monitoring system :) the rfa-1 is a simple device so if there
is no burnt part and the test points check out than it is probably good. I
traded the Belar to the Delta monitors and the belars are in use at a actual
am station. and the delta's just came from that station and they are working
condition. i saw the delta in place and in operation a month or so ago and
it was working perfect then.
----- Original Message -----
From: "VJB" <wa3vjb at yahoo.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 2:33 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] one way to test a modulation monitor --
> Rev. Chrysafis has posted a different model of
> modulaion monitor elsewhere and provided this rundown
> of his review process.
> I have a Belar AMM-1 and RFA-2 Set Available. I have
> done a visual
> inspection of the items inside and out. they are in
> great condition inside
> and out. I have replaced the HP style oval AC Jacks
> with the new "D" Style 3
> pin Computer Jacks. the job was done nice and neat. I
> bench tested the AMM-1
> Modulation function using a Radio Shack 70's Era
> Navaho Base Station. it was
> indicating about 90% neg. mod., positive mod. was over
> 133%. probably
> typical for a CB Radio. (no hillbilly jokes please).
> the RFA-2,i powered on
> and checked various points on the board for voltage
> indication. it seems
> functional. no smoke or burned parts anywhere. the
> RFA-2 is on 920khz., the
> calibration stickers show a 1995 calibration date. the
> RFA-2 has a sticker
> on the rear that says do not short center of RF in to
> ground. i'm assuming
> this has the 15v phantom power option to use with
> LP-1a Loop Antenna. I used
> my meter to test for 15vdc on the rf-in and got no
> idication of voltage on
> the jack. I can supply pic's of both units on request.
> i can take pic's of
> any angle. I'm looking to get $600.00 Shipped Con-US.
> assume they
> will need calibration.
> Thank You,
> Rev. Robert P. Chrysafis
> Universal Life Ministries (ULC)
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