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Re: More downconverters for AO-40



I wired up my kenwood TS790 for extended receive.  It can now receive 840 
to 905 mHz on a special receive only port.  What downconverter for AO-40 
would be easiest to modify to output in this frequency range?

KB7ADL


At 08:36 AM 6/16/02 -0700, "Robert Gerner" <rgerner@bak.rr.com> wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>This is WJ6T and I have more of the California Amplifier #130016 for sale.
>
>They  are used but work like new. I will sell them for $30.00 plus
>$6.00 shipping and handling for the 123MHz IF output and I do all
>the mods. Or for $50.00  plus $6.00 S/H  with all the mods plus
>change the crystal for the 145Mhz IF  output plus $6.00 for shipping and
>  handling each. They have less then 2db noise and a gain of +30db.
>They have the DC input on the IF output "F" conector. For $5.00 more
>I will change the DC input to a separate "F" conector. They use +16 to 24
>vdc.
>On short runs from the supply 13.8 vdc seems to work ok.
>
>I have had a lot of orders and have more crystals on order it takes about
>  3 weeks to get them for the 145Mhz output. I can ship the 123 units the
>next day.
>
>I use the 123MHz on my FT100d and FT-847. This works out very good.
>
>E-MAIL wj6t@bak.rr.com
>
>Robert F. Gerner
>10200 Cheyenne Dr.
>Bakersfield, Ca. 93312
>
>phone # 661 588-7475
>
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