From: John Shuster (firstname.lastname@example.org)
-- [ From: John Shuster * EMC.Ver #2.5.02 ] --
When I'm tuning in on another station to respond to a CQ, I have to tune the
signal's tone very high on the upper side band for him to hear me and return
my call. Here's what happens with a simple test. I transmit with my TS-
850s and tune its signal to about 700hz on the HW-8. When I transmit with
the HW-8, the received tone in the 850 is too low to hear. My HW-8 is
transmitting much lower than it is hearing.
I have all the documenation and the schematic for my HW-8. What coil or cap
should I tune to bring the receive and transmit frequencies closer together?
There's no transmit offset adjustment mentioned in the alignment section.
-- John Shuster QRP at the foot of the Olympics KC7CKP in little Port Orchard, WA
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