Yaesu ft 950 updating cable over 4o dating

30-Oct-2019 03:39

Others claim that it must be a current balun to work. Add some Dacron rope, the balun, and 3 insulators, and I have less than total in the antenna.I already happened to have a 4:1 Unidilla voltage balun still in the package hanging in my garage. Actual construction of the OCF Dipole was very straight forward.I was looking for a good performing, multi-band HF antenna that I could fit within the confines of my yard.My original antenna was a 40m dipole made from some #14 THHN wire, hanging from some trees in my yard.

I upgraded from a FT-920 to the FTDX3000 and it is everything one could want and then some.

They finally said it 'might' have been caused by RF.

I didn't have a choke or toroid on the CW straight key cable.

The receiver is excellent during contests, you can really get rid of that strong signal right next to the signal you really want to hear.

It has been able to receive signals my 920 could not hear. The TX audio can be tailored to suit your mic and voice using the built in parametric equaliser and selectable TX BPF bandwidths. You need to operate in a very bright room just to see what you are doing. Compared to my last radio, the 950, the roofing filters really work!

I upgraded from a FT-920 to the FTDX3000 and it is everything one could want and then some.

They finally said it 'might' have been caused by RF.

I didn't have a choke or toroid on the CW straight key cable.

The receiver is excellent during contests, you can really get rid of that strong signal right next to the signal you really want to hear.

It has been able to receive signals my 920 could not hear. The TX audio can be tailored to suit your mic and voice using the built in parametric equaliser and selectable TX BPF bandwidths. You need to operate in a very bright room just to see what you are doing. Compared to my last radio, the 950, the roofing filters really work!

Various sources gave different information on the feed point.