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 Post subject: Re: Equipment needed for transceiver repair
PostPosted: Feb Sun 10, 2019 1:18 am 
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Rodger that xmo . I am a member to arrl and i have glanced at there procedure for testing radios. Ill look into that more closely.

Peter, what exactly is GPS ? Is that like a reference source?

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 Post subject: Re: Equipment needed for transceiver repair
PostPosted: Feb Tue 12, 2019 3:26 pm 
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I use the IFR-1200S service monitor, for about 30 years or more, for servicing all HF , VHF and UHF transceivers. Only that , and a 40 A power supply and my multimeter it,s need.
Overmore the sensibility of receiver inncluded on the set , can read the transceiver oscillators with-out. Any cable conection. Very usefull.
You have receiver, modulation meter, intensity field meter, watmeter , sinal generator RF and AF, oscilloscope and spectrum analizer.
All for 100 khz to 1GHz.
CTCSS, DCS, 5 tones encoder-decoder included.
Audio generator from 0 to 99.999 hz functions inccluded.
AM,FM, SSB included.
AC/DC operated and batterys included.
No more than screwdrivers for tuning and you're on the way.


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 Post subject: Re: Equipment needed for transceiver repair
PostPosted: Feb Tue 12, 2019 4:08 pm 
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Dang. That is freaking awsome. Great info Ariston. I appriciate it!!

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