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Sun May 13 10:46:53 EDT 2007


on my audio signal, zapped myself on the D-104, and then found the
connection that had popped off. Bill    N2KQA

 
>Modulator oscillation when the TX is on the antenna is probably caused by
>RF getting into the audio circuits and being rectified, producing audio
>which results in feedback.  Add RF filtering to the audio inputs; a few
>turns around those square Radio Shack cores helps too.  If everything is
>open, try shielding too (closed boxes, etc).

>  Bacon, WA3WDR


>> >> works fine into a dummy but the
>> >> modulator oscillates when into the antenna. I still need to
>clean up the
>> >> transmitter side of things. But there's hope.
>> >>
>> >> Dan


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