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Re: 435.454.3 MHz USB



I'm guessing this is an internal birdie for the FT847.  Isn't 455khz a
common freq for clock circuits?  I can't remember.....just seems like a real
familiar freq.

Tim
----- Original Message -----
From: "Margaret Leber (KB3DXS)" <maggie@voicenet.com>
To: "N1RZ" <n1rz@timhavens.com>

> N1RZ wrote:
>
> > I'm using an FT-847 and I've been hearing this since I started hunting
for
> > AO40 on UHF this morning.
>
> Uh-oh. I'm using an FT-847 also. But there was FM rather than QSB on the
signal
> I heard, and the FM was related to activity in my computer. I wonder if
the
> "carrier" itself is a birdie, and the FM I'm hearing is spurious emissions
from
> my monitor getting mixed in the IF of the radio?


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