From: Dave Fifield (email@example.com)
The SMK-1 was not designed to work on 9V. It was designed
to work on 12V. If you want to have it work on 9V you may have
to make some design changes, such as re-biasing the transmitter
stages, changing the varicap diode voltages and maybe changing
the 6V regulator in the RX. Experimentation is the order of the day....
have fun, and let us know if you have any success.
Dave Fifield, AD6A
----- Original Message -----
> TT2 and MRX-40 are nice in that they will work on 9 V or less while SMK-1
> doesn't appear to want to!
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