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New Kid On The Block
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ham international mutimode 2


Hi,

Just pocked up the above radio. Very tired and needs a bit of love to get it looking half decent. Couple of questions I'm hoping someone can answer?

Firstly, all the specs point to a freq range of up to 28,305... But after looking at various freeband radio charts the highest freq covered by the high band (highest selector on the set) is [sign in to see URL] so how can the be?

Also, there is a mod added. It consists of a small kit board with a Motorola IC co ected to a spst switch which is hidden behind the facial. All this switch seems to do is lower the volume of the received signalnoise etc.

Any idea what is going on?!

Cheers

Musicman32
 
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Re: ham international mutimode 2


hi, the switch you found inside sounds like it could be the Noise Blanker, if this is the case you may have a new switch on the front of the radio that does something else. someone could have taken the noise blanker out to fit a switch that takes you to another band or a UK40 board? a frequency counter would be a good place to start and then try flicking switches to se where your going?

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Re: ham international mutimode 2


I understand this is an old thread, but the answer is simple, on this radio from new (and alot of Ham internationals, lo on the radio is block C (mid) mid is block D (hi) and hi is block E (hi-hi).

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