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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] Fwd: Re: Radio Transmission Noise



                


Thread: [Acro] Fwd: Re: Radio Transmission Noise

Message: [Acro] Fwd: Re: Radio Transmission Noise

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From: WBRV at aol.com

Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 23:54:15 UTC


Message:

In a message dated 12/10/02 9:29:15 AM Eastern Standard Time, aboyd at qnx.com 
writes:


> <A HREF="mailto:tailwind at ptd.net">tailwind at ptd.net</A>

Had the same problem with my S1S radio.   The following 2 items fixed it for 
me.

I turned the vox squelch pot  full clockwise.    Before doing this no one 
could understand transmissions.  This pot was labeled and accessable through 
a small hole in the side of the radio case.  Also made a small adjusted on 
another pot in same area, but don't remember what that one was.

With my David Clark headset, the orientation of the microphone makes a big 
difference.  Behind the muff there is a rectangular piece with the microphone 
pickup. If this rectangular piece is turned  so that the soud waves hit it at 
an angle, the tower can not understand anything.  Rotated so that talking 
directly into the side of the thing and transmissions are good, even at 
cruise power.  


Wayne
Pitts S1S 
Attachement 1: part2.html

Attachement 2: part3.txt


                


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