|[AMRadio] Wanted: Receiver - New England|
nfn07981 at naples.net
Mon Feb 18 08:24:08 EST 2008
Actually the HQ-100A has a separate BFO and Q-Multiplier. You don't
need the BFO for AM, but the Q-Multiplier can notch out some adjacent
interference. The HQ-100A also has solid state rectifiers, so a
little energy and heat savings. Plus, being a general coverage
receiver, you can listen to the short wave broadcast bands.
The HQ-110 is ham bands only, including 160 meters, and comes with
built in provisions for transmitter control.
On Feb 17, 2008, at 9:30 PM, JT Croteau wrote:
> On Feb 17, 2008 9:23 PM, Greg <bluebirdtele at embarqmail.com> wrote:
>> There isn"t any! you have to make the q multiplier oscillate to
>> copy cw with
>> this radio and ssb copy is not so hot
> But again, and I agree totally with you from the reviews I've read,
> for my application do I care? As I've stated, I'm only interested in
> AM.. I have no interest whatsoever in tuning in SSB or CWer.
> JT Croteau, N1ESE - Manchester, NH (FN42gx)
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