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Yaesu FT-101B Instruction Manual

Yaesu FT-101B Instruction Manual

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The ~I. (I d FT'· J 01 B/ ~ 77S SSE "T r an scei ve r is a pre 'isi 0 . 'built, compact h~gL p rformance transceiver Or advanced desi IH pro ..... ~d,ing SSB:"( USB, LSB selectable \ C\V and

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. :.·,,;1 modes of operauon, The transceiver ·opeJ~al"~'S: at an

input of 360 WBJHS ssa. :HlO watts C'Vil and SO' watts A~\~i o~1 a ll bands 1"6.0 to 1 0 ·jllerers.

AU circuits, e.x(:ept qilC' tTflJrLs,~~ij rter driver and lin ear. amplifier, an: tr·an3·::;tori.lt:Xi il,):d. composed of standard computer typ.e p ~UI7· j n modules, perm i ting easy: main-

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'I h~ transceiver-is ~~lr .. contained, r~'~~l1irillg only an antrrma .: ;Hl(I. an A .. G mains fCir'hoi11.C, portable on'rlobite.oper'. (L~ ion. The transceiver !1'1 (~':r b' opera ted Ir m 100/11 Ol H7/200l220/234 volts AC when appropriately 'vU"e~i .. but 'is 'lo"n;n~I]):' supplied ·for 117 volt .AC tnl.d r2 vo~t Dc·. operation, The Lwo·'I',"·ay sou-a state power s.upply l8, ~JJ in te1w~rr ])t1tl of the -uni t; ,1'\'0 power cords ~are, provided wlth UU::. transceiver: Selection 'of ", AC or DC pow sr souree is antornatica i:i Y' Ell ad ~ w hen the prop er ine ord p]t1g i.;' insetted.

For mobile operationa separate switch -is provided oH th "1, .J·orj t {Janel. to h~rTl oH H1 e tribe' heaters. w nile In

the receive mode. lri th~s' mcde .1,:11& transceiver draws on,'!r

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9,5 a.m,p-. less than you r auto dash lights,

Ail. accessories, such as v OX break-hi ·CV!/' with sidetone, 2Q, 'and 100. KHz calibrators, ~10us.e blanker, 10

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MU:;;, \~~"'filV .. an: built-in. In -addi6ofi , dual vro adaptor.

~'t'y stal control adaptor, speaker and clarifier are inte zral parts ot the u rrft, Provision Is/ made (or ~Jje. installation of ("),0.0 Hz: crystal fjJ ter for the expert C\\"· O'X operator, The' cw 'filter is selected aut;~m.Jtk0jJ.V

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'when the transceiver mode switch is placed ·i n th e C\V' p'os,t~Ortl ,

The entire transceiver \v,e~ghs approximately 30 pounds, i.s 13 1/2';' wide 6· h 19h, u 1/2" deep, Construetion is of neavy·g}:lu,;€ steel which provides an extremely rugged package v rrtLl all Y' im m LUll:' to t ie e ffe.ct~. of vibration and shock.

The SP LOU>/2Tl p'; combination phoue pat~h and ex· rernal speaker, is a valuable opt ional ~1CC~SfHH~Y for ba.&t· operation, The unit f atures ,LIt!) elliptica] ~YDe s-peaker for high quality voice reprod ~1. "'bon, 0 . her optional

equipment includes the· 1:' V ·10 l/277 extc 'nal VFO and mob il ' mounting brack ~ts,

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SPECI FICA TIONS

Frequency Range ···········1.8-30 MHz amateur bands. (160 thru 10m)

26.9-27.5 MHz (CB) 10-10.5 MHz (WWV)

Type of Emission USB or LSB (selectable) CWo AM

Power Input SSB 260 Watts PEP

CW 180 Watts 50% duty cycle AM 80 Watts

(slightly lower on 10 meters)

Carrier Suppression 50 db

Sideband Suppression 50 db at 1000 Hz

Spurious Radiation Down 40 db or more

Transmitter Frequency Response 300 Hz - 2700 Hz ± 3 db

Distortion Products Down 30 db or more

Antenna Output Impedance 50 - 75 ohm unbalanced

Frequency Stability Less than 100 Hz drift in any 30 minute period

Sensitivity 0.3 u V SIN 10 db

Selectivity ( 2.4 KHz at 6 db) (4.5 KHz at 60 db)

(600 Hz at 6 db) (1.2 KHz at 60 db)

SSB. AM, CW

CW filter (option)

Audio Output 3 Watts

Power Consumption AC Receive 35 Watts

Transmit 300 Watts Max.

DC 12V Standby 0.5 Amp.

Transmit 20 Amps. Max.

Dimensions 13 1/2" wide, 6" high, 11 1/2" deep

Weight .. ,.............................................................................. Approx. 30 Pounds

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INSTALLATION

General;

The transceiver is designed to provide a complete single unit installation for fixed, portable, or mobile operation. Two prewired plugs are furnished with the unit for AC or DC voltages operation. This system provides the flexibility required for various installations and allows rapid change from fixed to mobile operation.

Base Station Installation;

The transceiver is designed for use in many areas of the world using supply voltages that may differ from the operators local supply voltage. Therefore, before connecting the AC cord to the power outlet, be sure that the voltage marked on the rear of the transceiver agrees with the local AC supply voltage.

CAUTION

Permanent damage will result if improper AC supply voltage is applied to the transceiver.

The transceiver should be connected to a good ground. The ground lead should be connected to the terminal marked GND located on the rear panel of the transceiver.

Mobile Installation;

The transceiver will operate satisfactorily from any 12 volt negative-ground battery source by connecting the DC power cord to the rear panel receptacle. For under-dash mounting, a special mounting bracket is available from your dealer. A location should be selected clear of heater ducts. No special mounting precautions need be observed if adequate ventilation space is available. A minimum of two inches of air space above the cabinet top and on all sides is recommended to allow proper air flow around the cabinet. Never stack other units above or below the cabinet since the accumulated heat from both units could cause permanent damage.

The transceiver requires an average of 14 amps on transmit and 20 amps on voice peaks. The fuse in the DC power cable should be rated at 20 amps. When making connections to the car battery, be certain that the RED lead is connected to the positive (+) terminal and the BLACK lead to the negative (-) terminal of the battery. Reversed connections could permanently

damage the transceiver. The BLACK lead should run directly to the negative terminal of the battery. Using the car frame as a negative connection or connecting the positive lead at a point such as the ignition switch places the devices creating noise in the same current path as the transceiver and fails to take advantage of the filtering action of the battery. The power cable should be kept away from ignition wires and be as short as possible to minimize voltage drop and to provide a low impedance path from the transceiver to the battery.

Prior to operating the transceiver in a mobile installation, the voltage regulator setting should be checked. In many vehicles, the voltage regulations is very poor and in some cases, the regulator may be adjusted for an excessively high charging voltage. As the battery and regulator age, the maximum voltage while charging can increase to a very high level which is iTIjurious to the battery and could cause damage to the transceiver.

The transceiver is designed to operate from a source voltage range of 11 to 14 volts. It is necessary to carefully set the regulator so that the highest charging voltage does not exceed 14 volts. The transceiver should be switched .. OFF" when vehicle is started to prevent voltage transcients from damaging power su pply transistors.

Antenna;

CAUTION

Never transmit without having proper antenna or dummy load connected to the transceiver

The transceiver is designed for use with resonant antenna having an impedance 50 - 75 ohm resistive load.

The antenna is usually the most critical part of a station installation. Results both in receiving and transmitting will depend on how well the antenna is installed and adjusted. Any of the common antenna systems designed for use on the high frequency amateur bands may be used with the transceiver, provided the input impedance of the antenna system is within the capability of the transceiver pi-matching network (50-75 ohms).

If a tuned open wire transmission line. or a long wire antenna is used. a suitable antenna tuner must be used between the antenna and the transceiver to provide an impedance match between the unbalanced coaxial output of the transceiver and the balanced open-wire feeder or long wire.

For mobile operation. most of the commercially available antennas on the market will give good results with coaxial cable is securely grounded to the chassis of the vehicle at the antenna mount. Adjust the antenna length carefully for minimum SWR after installation.

INTERCONNECTIONS

FT1018/2778

SP-l01P/277P

FV-l0l/277

ANT ACC EXT VFO

TELEPHONE LINE

INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

MICROPHONE CONNECTION

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FTV-650

(6 METER TRANSVERTER)

The FTV-650 transverter is supplied with a 6.3 Volts heater and bias supply for use with other equipment When the FTV-650 is used in conjunction with FT-101B

/277B transceiver, the modifications shown must be accomplished prior to interconnection of the units.

FTV-650

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ALC CIRCUIT MODIFICATION

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FTV-650 FILAMENT CIRCUIT MODIFICATION

POWER

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FTV-650 BIAS CIRCUIT MODIFICATION

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( 5, ) ,BA'>H) S\\'ltch:

ThE ba;ml ''"'i\\,i[('fj i~ an kvcn-p )Sf1iOil ~]('i' iH.:b ll~e:(J tn select the des~rcd band for 1"J!.."'(ddn~ or transrnitl iil~, T h L.: hand i L1 d i ration i~ Cl:. \ lor cod cd tn 1W:i de: lh,(_! operaI o r .!jt.\ll~l·l i H~ in '1ft!;, pro]l"f'i~ fi"i:."Jq i 1,errl !?~. ~f~,{J prot -t-;,af h han d.

(6) CLARIFIER:

The clarifier control provides a means for tuning the receiver frequency 3 KHz to either side of the transmitting frequency. Thus, it is possible to set the pitch of the voice you are receiving to the most readable point without affecting your transmitting frequency. Its use is particularly valuable in .. net" operation Where several participants may be transmitting slightly off frequency. The clarifier control may be switched off and the receiver locked to the transmitting frequency by setting the clarifier control to the OFF position. Normally, you will want to keep the clarifier in the OFF position until the initial contact is made. The clarifier control may then be used to zero-in and correct the any drift on the received signal.

(7) PRESELECT:

This control pretunes the signal circuits for both transmit and receive. The preselect circuit provides continuous perrniability tuning throughout the frequency range of the transceiver.

( 8) MIC GAIN/CARRIER:

The MIC GAIN/CARRIER controls are mounted on concentric shafts. The carrier control (lever control) varies the amount of the carrier in the CW, AM and TUNE modes of operation.

The MIC GAIN control (round knob) varies the audio level from the microphone amplifier stage. The control has sufficient range to permit the use of any high impedance crystal or dynamic microphone. Both controls have maximum gain with the control set at 10 (fully clockwise ).

(9) PLATE:

Tunes plate circuit of the final amplifier.

(10) LOADING:

Tunes the output circuit of the pi network to match antenna and feed line impedance.

(A) POWER

Main switch turns transceiver .. on" for both AC and DC operation.

(B) HEATER

With this switch In the down position, the transmitter tube heaters are turned off. This reduces battery drain to 0.5 amp and thus permits long periods of listening without excessive battery drain. Pushing the rocker switch to the upper position provides supply voltage to the tube heaters. After a 30 second warm-up, the transmitter is ready for operation. This switch operates

In both DC and AC modes.

(C) MOX-PTT-VOX

This slide switch selects desired transmitter mode for both microphone and key operation.

MOX-(Manual transmit switch position)

Locks transmitter .. ON" and must be returned to PTT position for receiver recovery.

PTT-(Push-to-talk)

Locks transmitter" ON" when microphone switch is depressed. Receiver recovers automatically when microphone switch is released.

VOX -(Voice operated transmit or break-in CW operation) This switch position allows the operator to actuate the transmitter by simply speaking into the microphone. Receiver recovers automatically when the operator stop speaking.

For break-in CW, the VOX system will actuate the transmitter each time the key is depressed, receiver recovers each time key is released.

( D) NB (NOISE BLANKER)

In upper position, the norse blanker is placed in the circuit and eliminates noise pulses caused by auto ignition.

( E) RF A TT (RF Attenuator)

This switch provides insertion of a 20 db attenuator in the incoming signal path to minimize cross modulation which may be caused by extremely strong local signals.

( F) 25 KHz/lOO KHz ( CALIBRATOR)

The 100 KHz crystal oscillator is used to calibrate the receiver. In the 25 KHz position, the 25 KHz multivibrator generates a marker signal at each 25 KHz point on the dial. Clarifier control must be in the .. OFF" position when setting calibration.

(G) PHONE

Headphone may be inserted in this jack for private listening. The internal speaker is disconnected when the headphone plug is inserted. Any high quality headphone may be used.

(H) MIC

Microphone Jack. Four pin connector is used for microphone input. and push to talk relay actuation.

(I) METER

Selects the meter mode to read PA cathode current ( I.e.), relative power output ( PO), or ALe feedback voltage.

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OPERATION

For bands 40-20-1510A-lOC read Black scale on main dial. Setting shown in the example would then be 148 KHz plus the starting band edge frequency in MHz. For example. on ·10 meters the frequency would be 7.148 MHz. On 20 meters. 14.H8 MHz. etc.

The tuning procedure of the transceiver is not complicated. however. care should be exercised

when tuning to insure peak performance of the equipment. The following paragraphs describe the procedure for receiver and transmitter tuning.

INITIAL CHECK

Before connecting the transceiver to a power source. carefully examine the unit for any visible damage. Check that all modules and crystals are firmly in place and that controls and switches are operating normally. Ensure that voltage specification marked on rear panel matches the supply voltage.

FREQUENCY SELECTION

The main tuning dial is color coded with the band selector switch for proper frequency read out. When band selected is marked in Red. the operator reads the Red numbers on the main tuning dial. When for example the band selected is marked in White on transceiver front panel. the operator reads the Black numbers on main tuning dial.

The main tuning dial is marked in 25 KHz increments between each 100 KHz segment. This provides a course frequency setting within the band. The dial skirt surrounding the tuning knob is marked In 1 KHz increments and provides for fine settings of the transceiver operating frequency.

Following the example shown, familiarize yourself with the relationship of main and skirt dial frequency readout.

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RECEIVER CALIBRATION;

Preset the controls and switches as indicated:

VFO Selector INT (internal)

MOX-PTTVOX PTT

POWER ON (upper position)

RF GAIN Maximum

AF GAIN As required

BAND Desired band

MODE Desired mode

TUNING 100 KHz point

PRESELECTOR Desired band segment

CLARIFIER OFF

RF ATT OFF

CALIBRA TOR .100 KHz

To calibrate, set the TUNING control to the 100 KHz point on the dial nearest the desired frequency. Tune the preselector for maximum" S" meter deflection. Tune the transceiver to the 100 KHz calibrator signal for zero beat. Two signals may be heard near the 1 00 KHz point. One of these is a signal feeding through the IF stages. Always calibrate to the stronger of these two signals. To calibrate. hold tuning knob firmly at zero beat point and rotate skirt vernier dial to zero position. The skirt vernier dial surrounds the tuning knob and is held in position by a friction locking device. This dial is easily movable by hand but will retain its position after calibration. The transceiver must be calibrated when changing mode of operation of LSB. USB, AM or CW,

Switch the calibrator to the 25 KHz position and note that the calibrator signal can be heard at every 25 KHz point. The calibrator switch should be in the OFF position in normal use of the transceiver.

For bands 160-80-10B-10]) read Reel scale on main dial. Settings shown in the example would then read 618 Kllz For example. on 80 meters the frcqucncv would be :l.6·18 1\JHz. on lOB. 28.648 Mllz. etc.

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TRANSMITTER TUNE-UP

The following tune-up procedure must be performed prior to' selection of desired operating mode, LSB. USB. CWo or AM. See paragraphs relating to the specific mode after basic transmitter tune-up.

Connect dummy load or matched antenna to the coaxial fitting on rear apron. and preset controls as follows:

POWER OFF

HEATER ON

MODE TUNE

CARRIER 0 (fully counter-clockwise)

BAND Desired band

TUNING Desired frequency

PRESELECTOR Desired band segment

PLATE Desired band segment

LOADING To position shown in table

METER IC

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MOX-PTT-VOX PTT

LOADING POSITIONS

BAND LOADING

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NOTE: Loading positions are nominal. Slight variations from positions shown are to be expected.

With the transceiver turned on. allow 60 seconds for warm-up of the transmitter tubes. Be certain that accessory plug is in the accessory socket. The heater voltage to the final tu bes is supplied th rough pins 1 and 2 of the accessory plug.

Set the" MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to MOX position. Meter will now read Final Amplifier resting cathode current. This should be set at 50 mA with the BIAS control located under the top cover near the rear of the set. Switch the meter to ALC position and adjust ALC control under the top cover for full scale deflection of the meter. Return meter switch to IC position and "MOX·PTT-VOX" switch to PTT position.

PRE-TUNING

1. Adjust" PRESELECT" for maximum receiver noise level.

2. Place" MOX-PTT-VOX" switch "MOX" position.

3. Rotate" CARRIER" control arm until meter rises just above normal idling current. (50 mA)

4. Adjust" PRESELECT" for maximum meter reading. (Caution: if meter exceeds. 1 (100 mA). reduce "CARRIER")

5. Rotate" PLATE" control for minimum meter reading. (Plate Dip)

6. Return "MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to PTT position.

The transmitter is now pretuned to the desired frequency. Final peak tuning is accomplished by carefully following the final tuning procedure.

FINAL TU NING

Final peak tuning utilizes the meter relative power output position ( P.O.). At full transmit power the meter will read approximately one-half to two-thirds full scale into a matched antenna load. If during final tune-up it is noted that the meter indication exceeds full scale. discontinue tune-up. Off scale meter indications are the result of reflected RF due to high VSWR and corrective action should be taken before attempting final tuneup.

CAUTION

Exceeding the time limits noted during final tuning may result in destruction of final output tubes.

1. Set meter switch to P.O. position. rotate" CARRIER" control arm fully clockwise to position 10.

2. Momentarily set" :'vIOX-PTT-VOX" switch to" MOX" (10 second maximum). and rotate "PRESELECT" control for !llaximum meter reading. Return "MOX" to PTT position.

3. Momentarily set "MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to "MOX" (10 second maximum) and increase or decrease "LOADING" control for maximum meter reading. Return "MOX" to PTT position.

4. Momentarily set" \lOX-PTT-VOX" switch to .. MOX" (10 second maximum) and increase or decrease .. PLA TE" control for maximum meter reading. Return "MOX" to PTT position.

5. Repeat steps :3 and 4 until maximum meter reading is obtained.

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The transmitter IS now tuned for maximum output. Return" CARRIER" control arm fully counter-clockwise to zero position. Return meter switch to IC position and MODE switch to desired operating mode.

NOTE: Moving the "MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to the "MOX" position in the above steps may be eliminated by simply operating the microphone PTT switch when microphone is attached to the transceiver.

SSB OPERATION

After completion of tuning, set MODE switch to LSB or USB. Set the METER switch to ALC position. Set the" MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to the PTT position and advance the MIC GAIN control until the meter kicks down to midscale of green colored portion when speaking normally into the microphone.

Set the "MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to VOX position. For VOX operation, adjust VOX GAI~ potentiometer under the top cover until voice actuates the transceiver. Set the ANTITRIP potentiometer to the minimum point to prevent the speaker output from tripping the VOX. Do not use more VOX gain or ANTITRIP gain than necessary. Adjust the DELAY potentiometer under the top cover for suitable release time.

NOTE: When meter is set to IC, voice modulation peaks will indicate 150200 mA. Actual peak current. however, is approximately 2 times the indicated value.

CAUTION

CARE must be taken to avoid an excessive drive to prevent spurious radiation, Maximum key down current should be kept within 330 mA for the bands under 15 meter and 280 mA for 10 meter band.

CW OPERATION

Upon completion final tuning, insert key plug in jack marked" KEY" on rear apron of the transceiver. Power output from the transmitter is determined by the "CARRIER" control arm position. The operator may select any power output desired by simply rotating the "CARRIER" control within the limits of its range from zero to ten.

The transceiver may be operated manually or break-in by setting the" MOX-PTT-VOX" switch to either MOX ( manual) or VOX (break in) for the desired mode of operation.

~OTE: Insertion of the key plug automatically dis connects the bias supply to the PA tubes, therefore, with the key plug inserted Final Amplifier bias current will not be indicated when meter is in the IC position.

AM OPERATION

AM operation of the transceiver IS accomplished by setting the MODE switch to the A!v[ position and inserting the proper amount of .. CARRIER" with the .. CARRIER" control.

After completion basic transmitter tunc-up, place the MODE switch in the AM position and rotate" CARRIER" control arm until meter reads .15(150 mA) in the IC position. While speaking into the microphone normally, increase MIC GAI~ until the meter indicates very slight movement with voice peaks.

Care must be taken in adjusting ~vIIC GAIN control to assure that the .. CARRIER" control arm is not rotated causing an increase in .. CARRIER" level. Do not exceed .15(150 mA) meter indication during AM operation or destruction of the Final Amplifier tubes may result.

CAUTION

On the 160 meter band, maximum plate current should be kept within 140mA to avoid spurious radiation when it is operated on the frequencies between 1820 KHz and 1900 KHz.

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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

The block diagram and the circuit description that follows will provide you with a better understanding of this transceiver.

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HF U~it PB-1181(A-Z) Q6 Relay control 2SC373
Q1 RF amplifier 3SK40M Q7 CW side tone osc. 2SC373
Q2 Receiver 1st Mixer 2SK19GR Q8 AF amplifier STK401
Q3 Transmitter 2nd Mixer 2SC784R
Q4 Local oscillator 2SC372Y VFO Unit PB-1056 (A-Z)
Q5 Buffer 2SC373 Q1 VFO oscillator 2SK19GR
Q2 Buffer 2SK19GR
HIGH FREQUENCY IF Unit PB-1180 (A-Z) Q3 Amplifier 2SC372Y
Q1 Transmitter 1st Mixer 2SC372Y
Q2 Receiver 2nd Mixer 3SK40M NB Unit PB-1292(A-Z)
Q1 IF amplifier 2SC372Y
LOW FREQUENCY IF Unit PB-1l83 (A-Z) Q2 IF amplifier 2SK19GR
Q1 IF amplifier 2SK19GR Q3 Noise amplifier 2SK19GR
Q2 IF amplifier 2SC784R Q4 Noise amplfieri 2SC784R
Q3 IF am plifier CA3053 Q5 Noise amplifier 2SK34E
Q4 AGC amplifier 2SC828Q Q6 NB gate control 2SC372Y
Q5 S meter 2SC828Q
FIX Unit PB1344{A-Z)
MODULATOR Unit PB-1184 (A-Z) Q1 Crystal oscillator MK-lOE
Q1 IF amplifier MK-lOD REGULATOR Unit PB-1314 (A-Z)
Q2 . AM modulator 2SC372Y Q1 100 KHz oscillator 2SC735Y
Q3 USB oscillator 2SC372Y Q2 25 KHz Multivibrator 2SC735Y
Q4 LSB oscillator 2SC828P Q3 25 KHz Multivibrator 2SC735Y
Q5 CW-AM oscillator 2SC372Y Q4 Marker amplifier 2SC735Y
Q6 Buffer 2SC372Y Q5 Regulator 2SC697
Q6 Regulator control 2SC372Y
AUDIO Unit PB-1315 (A-Z)
Ql MIC amplfier 2SK19GR MAIN CHASSIS
Q2 MIC amplfier 2SC372Y VI Driver tube 12BY7A
Q3 Emitter follower 2SC372Y V2, V3 Final amplifier 6]S6C x2
Q4 VOX amplifier TA7042M Q1, Q2 DC-DC covertor 2SB206x2
Q5 Relay control MK-lOD Q3 AF pre-amplifier 2SC372Y
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Q. . '. ~~I"':JJGR ~'i · ... '1 buffr-r, Q:1, £SCJ~:ty lmH~i:r

I" n'ld '8 ts,( lalr n .(l<Hd 4;Lm~h(11.:~utnrl r ehe V 0 ~i.f!:t1t1t.

hcrl F'!.'l 'j.r'(":J ~"'''''.-' Qr:: '!~ .... "J ...... , "V til

~.~' 1('[ I~( '1' ,'til'i c :.. ....... ,) I f..t or ,,}.":" .·"le. ~ f ~ J I S ::::~'I~( ',t;'(

1i:;, I b~'t' I lE :·HyLi('IJ. Th() :qODI': ~wirC'll 11 i~L"~ nnccts rh ' ern irter nn'Hll ~f cith 'J' n:m::;J~~m- 'I,!," IWIl mill in U::;(,', T11 olltlUH in~ltl l' , os-nih I!H~ is "{'(I 1I) ll. b !rffdr alll'll~r!(,t (~,;I. ~~C ".Hl', ::Lnd t hen III h' bala H"l"-ll riH!<4 mridulator 1)}-rM. The arrior 'SigTl(!l i~ ~i1~J Jed (, lht' nllg fII~'In(1(lulah)r ~n 1'111 pm () {~),. rC"{'t,it:-c. "I'ht~' rrystal lrtqucuries .art' m~ll('il~'d In Iii ' bandpass nf the fl, ~t;~1 lilter ~} pl· {:t' I It carri 'J' lr ... Im'!1('Y ~1]rpn IX mat 'I~' ZS

db dn\'\,' J n the <kirt nf (I t' I·ill I'j" response.

I- w -\~1 an,d ("\.\' 0pIi..'nli i{I'I •• [ill' ~~] i~ ,:i 1-\"1 Ii' crY::it.nl ·f [1- I r(Jlk·d o~{'ijl;JI'i or qh~. 2 .. ~C17tY IJIX'l'·'H(':-:: to PI' dll('!...' [11, enrrier l)'igi mL and Qil and Q.l <:Ir~' (II", onn 'ckli

rr.. :2 .~C:!~ ~2Y l~P 'ff k!'i : s :1 mpdll 'It~ r r~il },!\ 1 ~ 'pl anon and as it hn f. L) - ::=;t~' fJ r "'VI ~), -ra (In Tlu- "]1 i 'c,LL ~i~rl.'il is iL,r1 1( th' h~JJi:mrt.d rinv. rno hllrlWr aH i 1\ M TIl( dulator Q~ riO! ~~)I Din l:

·C::Ir ier balanc- i:-;, (~UI. •. Ll[II..:·(; b~ a p ~ '111illln~ Ivr VR~ and (I Lrm ilh r capa .itor. TCl Double-side! and, ;'llPl II ':-::';::~'~.I-t;:~lrt'll'r (uipul {l'OEil L]r' 1~li~i11 '~' l m »dulator is alll"~'iridt ,11n.l1L 11 TUl hv Jw [F amplifi 'I' Ql).l \' l" U. ;;HILl fu':l tn iILl' low lrcquencv IF unit fl'nlU 'I i n f.2.

Fnr '\ M an(1 Cl.'V, he output ;-,Jg;l1al rn~m Q2 ~ r~.'d t.o ll~,' h i~h tlT{lL!t~lll'j IF uns], thnilLgll C. \k ~II< R· pi hYI~' tlll'll t,'h'L" VRt: n tlw lrou Pall "~

The D u 1 :-L6 \.oJ[S frmn i"H.' rE.'nj.fi 'J unh is st!pp1i~'d 1 h('lJlJgll in 14 t.t L I.J, V lL.::£ll.' l~('gulalnr ('in'rit q.i, '2 ' '697 'Illl"i 'Qf), .::.SC~J -;-~y mH I Li~ unit n ~lbt~lill xtr ·tHL11~; stable (; voll D' :supply which is then [t'tl I~ I th~ V@I"LOlLS t.'~ic·CHib 'fn m pin II Tlu' 1 L,Jtut'aldJ

v'll·~_:IP.l:' is :':'1'1 pp1it'd lu the CLI\j{lFll-J~ control LO ftset I he' 1""l'l'iV,~, rt'~QL1C'n C)' ± :1, KIlt. t>IUH.' sidt nr lh tTi111$ mit 'd ~igH.j:lt VIr·..:1 permits adiusnnent ~A corur )~3 tr t]w 1'- (' ,h.:~ and rransm: fr 'q'LH tL :l [_ ')iDC.iI ct. thE!

,L.'\l~r. I ER zero ( r C r~l.· POf'illl()l1. ~\-'I LI' ) volt I 'g"(L ive l.'o11 c~}!I.;' is d 1 ivi-red (l-CHtl pin ;-, to lhr unit. V112 sets lh£, I lx'r'lli'n~ bi~8 ~~l apl¥H'lximately-:-O vnl-l,:' rm the final f!.1'll flt~i~'r rub "::l" T'hi« l iax v~llj(tgL' is GiO voll S. on rrceiv and ~l]ll li ~ Ih~ gnd cir .uit rt~ tht' l'in"Ll 1u'~ I the ITI,l'lHi chassis Irom pin ~, Tlw :dtjfi .r~)I th" dnv r lul i.l l-21_Y7/\ is ~!,~o :':'uPlliL-xi fr m Ill-n I. This vnlHlg12 i~ 20 \mlLs; I II rec 'tVl' art j -:l_~ v(llb;

or t ran S~lI it.

T h lS mod LJ J (", a lso ron t ru ~~. lu- I( H ' J": lI~l~!) 1< J h:; ill" _ r kV'r g ni ra r, Cry:-<- ill ·'olLlt"ollLICI.:ci1Ia nr Ql, '~t7~1!j.Y oscilla "S ar he H){ ~-\[(z cr ...... stal ·n-'{lll~lH.!; r~ I' dial

'<)"libr~i 'i In, Trimm r 'aqJttciuJr. Tel [$1 used LII calibratr- 100 h II Z ;'lg.;;:;,:i nst \\,"'1..1\,' V or j]1' ,. Outp L1 t f rom ~ h ~ ~ )~cil laror j:-, Jed to i11lq 2Ft J{ 1 Iz ~nmltivjbn~ltW Q2 and

« l:SC7"-~!l r whs -j] .~ encral ~s r~ Illi"lrl ... C· ~iww1 ~'VE-'I~l

...;!1 KI lz, V R1 i~ L.I?: (I W svuchr mizc the n11lH ivibrat >t'

:d:- }\ Hz. Till? rn ltivrbrator npera es wh In L '~ l1Il'ty

~ It.:>l,lW l, appli 1d rhr: lHtl pln 17 Irom th{' "{'.nlrh on I hL' frolLt PaJl·~J. Th. nllHr .,dJor I HIlDll1 i:;;. rof'(l n1J·'J<\.I~:b lho b_IJ[(.'l amplifier Q~, 2$(7a~).Y to Lh(' receiver d I J l 'IlJHL f l rcu i' r I" 0 rn piP';.

ThL' VFO ~,)~C'iilm ion fr~l1wll{,~' H Sl7no J\ Hz lfl .~)~-dO K.ll1". WHJ t'Ol!'(~I~~ 1 he tunable II" FftngJ.':' of !iOn K l1Z, \: i~i~W.;l.or Lli(l('j_v p1. 1~11r). in ~t'1·i!~ with (D,;-"lC'iWf CJ 'I. is sw it"'h{'d ~lll n I I.~' elf 1~]l bv til, ch -Wf''I" $.w[I.<;11

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all thf' n"'l~~y n'l1I)H.t: L ~l1ifL tIll' VF) n IIIL-"[1 ~' [or 'S"('('.\:in i- }H~('l tLinin~.

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Ll T'D!

1IIi1~ ~I-;-- r

:n~o KIr1: outpu [ '~igna] frOTli t br receiver 2J1d rnhJ;'r if'; r cd tel the base of I fi" ;3 m P I:i [j 01 Q2" "2 st..~l "12 Y th rrJH~h Tn h Thp s.16"l1H I (I] I) pl j fj{i~l by {J~ t~ 'ef I tiD rlw lHHI,.' n f I hl1:' [F' J-1TIl p] i ri~I" Q1. :2 SK 1 '!1 G~{ [11 rn~ ~L L Ilk! 1.1 Of:if' bl ~L~ ~ k,l"'td ~ud~' D~', 'I S'I '''\l;J, and th en afn pl i fit:d by Q~ and f t:'d to lht~ IF ;trIJr)H(i~r' c:.ll.;ajl! in the !~1Ii!!l rr~quem;~' I} unit PH .. 11H~l

Th~ .i<lil()l,.rt' 81 SO KH,;b ~[gll~d i,s, ElL50 t-d tt~ the gate .or noise 2impl.'i'fi(>I' {J .... I,. 2SK] 9GR and amplified li1l:l"Oi,;igh Q4 ?1~"](1 Q5" 2SC784 rt

{~\2 --of-='''==;iiiiiOiiii "fC~ ---i.=~~

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Pulse recti fi,er d ~u(k (j,t 151': 5 5 C'CH Idue L"! wi th H IJ,"" nolse rmrSi(~~ iu the output from ~, find l1e~ativ,!;:" output voltage from [hk' diode i~ @j DP 1 ie(l l£i th~ fHt te· of QEL ~ S K 3.'1 H in n fd er to tu rn off Q6.. Then the noise hi a n ker d r i V er Q~7, 2S¢!372 Y conducts to switch (I HUlSe. hl~![!~ey t~it,.r;t(.J D2, which (~i'5t(lil;llet"t~ 'lJV' irl]mt tjn~Hil of I.h~ IF ai.l1[l,Hr~t~]· Q3 whertcvc r the noise pulse exists.

T h~' ?-=.w i te 11 ing level is adJ'l:!l s t ed by ~ he n mse bl an ker tb re~!Lo~d con l ro l V lU Ai t 11(" m ost df ec l ive h'l ~Hi'! kfng poslrion, there mar be ~'I]ghl d!RLOrr'ioi'l on I hf!' rl;!('DJv'e~d ~ 'ign hi (I U{.J. I () II Li xi 1'lg ;at tht: ~ IN i t chi rl!} d iode, This effect eai' be red beQd by .luju st 1 ng t ht' L h resh old ~~()J"I h'd ~i 19'h I i y ..

CHI I e.5tYSTA!... O;j SOC.{"'l.~.T

{g} Cl~. YST At CO)fT:R;qt UN rr (Ptf 13 ~14 )

This modnle is lnCf=Hr,d on the V PO unit. On rmereennection of the mtH luJ,,' 10 wired eHn~Uv wilh()lJL uSlng pln~ .. i n seeker,

ln addition LQ' n~lrma~1. vro o.p~I":a.LiGin. .. two ery~tal::;; 1l]~Y l1f> ~.etedeid for c"1'Y~1;aJ conrrolted upenLt'ion oy ii selector ~wttpb ]n,cattld Uri the ftbnl EJJln!~t. or the tran SeillV cr.

Th retHfhd"' unir PH .. IU76 [$ !o(!at~d Illder the l11?,1in chassis ,In tb.!? power supply oompartment , and delivers four ~i(f~i["i2nt DC I(Qltag~, 'f'h>t!" power aJllplifier 'j~i!I:l.[~ 'IJ(j,[ t~lh~i (0,00 VoH ~> DC) is ;;1,] p pl !6d f rom th:e b.r.idpff! connected siHtPFI recrtflers D'I D~l and J)!) - DJ 2. J,QQ Volh~ DC is ~h'jg t:)'iJ.tumed f1""l)&l1 (his t:-in':~lLl rm- the ~1ri Vl"'r" ph~'I't" ~tl.ppJy.

16 U VHI1..':1 DC tmel - '~{ J 0 V r~ Il:'! DC aT~' ~ )u1 a [ned LhrUi.rgh ])5 ~I.M1 D6. D5 SiU~D~.h~ Lhti final tUDt'S srreen gdd voH.age, and I)~ 'r5: u<o;e~~ Ior the hl~;S ,~(I pp~y",

1.0",) Vott .l\.JC 'is re"O(if~l2d by ~r;' tHH~ ~jg ,row the b:on s i);'tor :-HIPD'y l.rqlt ~ge.

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(11) MAIN CHASSIS

The main chassis contains the power supply. transmitter driver. final amplifier and other associated circuits. All sockets for plug-in modules are mounted on the main chassis.

( A) POWER SUPPLY

The power supply is designed to operate from either 100/110/117/200/220/234 volts AC or 12 volts DC ( negative ground). Inserting the appropriate power plug into the rear panel receptacle makes the necessary connections to operate the supply in either mode. AC or DC.

When the transceiver is operated from a 12 volt DC power source. transistors Q1 and Q2. 2SB206 function as a low frequency oscillator to provide AC to the power transformer. Starting bias for the oscillator is obtained from divider resistors R3. R4 and R5. All of the tubes heaters and input voltage to the DC converter are supplied through the HEATER switch.

(B) PRESELECT

The preselect control adjusts three gang-tuned coils TlOL Tl02 and Tl03. Tl01 tunes the receiver front end. T102 provides interstage tuning on receive as well as driver grid tuning on transmit. T103 tunes

the driver plate circuit. Tl04. Tl05 and Tl06 are placed in the circuit when the band switch is in 160 thru 40 meter band to obtain a proper impedance match for minimum distortion.

T111 is connected to the heterodyne crystal X1- Xll through the band switch and delivers the signal from the secondary to the mixer stages.

Diode switches are used in several locations for isolation of the circuits.

With the heater switch in the" OFF" position. voltage is still supplied to the receiver section. which allows continuous reception at reduced power consumption levels.

The high-voltage winding of the power transformer Tl1 is connected to a bridge-type solid state rectifier to supply approximately +600 volts and + 300 volts

to the transmitter tu bes, Output from the 120 volt tap is rectified to deliver + 160 volts to the screen grids and -100 volts for the bias supply. During AC operation. Tll is energized by two primary windings. These windings can be connected in series for 200/220/234 volts and in parallel for 1001110/117 volts operation.

The output from a high current winding of 10.5 volts is rectified and is used to supply the transistorized stages.

( C) FIN AL AMPLIFIER

The signal from the transmitter second mixer IS fed to the grid of transmitter driver VI. 12BY7A where it is amplified to a level sufficient to drive the final linear amplifier V2 and V3. 6]S6C The signal appearing across T103 and T105 is coupled to the grids V2 and V3. Neutralization of the power amplifier is accomplished by feeding back a small amount of the output through TC27 to the bottom of Tl03/Tl05 combination. Final output from V2 and V3 is fed to the antenna. The output RF voltage is divided by C28 and C29. and is rectified by 04, 1S1007 to indicate relative output power when the meter switch is in the PO position.

The ALC (automatic level control) voltage is obtained by 02 and 03, GP2-354 and controls the gain of the IF amplifier.

( 11) METERING

The meter circuit is designed to indicate signal strength in the receive mode. On transmit. the meter may be switch selected to indicate cathode current, relative Power Output, and automatic level control. The meter functions are automatically switched by means of relay contacts for transmit and receive modes.

t f

ALC meter readings are controlled by variations In grid current flowing in the final amplifier tubes. As the final amplifier drive is increased, due to modulation, a portion of this current flow is rectified and applied to the gate of MK-lO on PB-1184. The meter then indicates the current flowing in MK-lO which is derived from the ALC control voltage.

In the IC position, the meter is connected to the cathodes

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of final tubes in parallel with shunt resistor R12, and measures total cathode current of the tubes.

When the transceiver IS in the receive mode, the AGC vol tage developed by the signal is fed to the meter amplifiers Q4 and Q5 to provide a meter deflection proportional to input signal strength. The meter is calibrated in the customary "S" units. A meter indication of S-9 represents approximately 50 microvolts at the antenna terminals.

In the PO position, the relative power output is indicated by the rectified DC current at the pi output circuit. The meter sensitivity is adjusted by potentiometer VR6 located on the rear panel.

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C37

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C33

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CRYSTAL CALCULATIONS FOR CRYSTAL CONTROLLED TRANSCEIVER OPERATION WITH THE EXTERNAL VFO OR THE TRANSCEIVER INTERNAL FIX OSCILLATOR, PB-1344

The crystal holders accept standard HC-25/U type crystals. All crystal frequencies must fall between 8,700 KHz and 9,200 KHz. A trimmer capacitor has been connected in parallel with each crystal to permit proper frequency adjustment. Adjustment of this trimmer will change the crystal frequency approximately 1 KHz.

The correct crystal frequency for any desired operating frequency, may be determined by the following formula:

Fx =( F1 +Fc) -Fo

Fx=( F1+ Fc)- Fo , where Fx is the crystal frequency, Fo is the desired operating frequency, and the constant (F1 + F c) is taken from the table.

Frequency Table (FI +Fc) Unit: KHz
BAND LSB USB AM/CW
160 10701.5 10698.5 10699.3
80 12701.5 12698.5 12699.3
40 16201.5 16198.5 16199.3
20 23201.5 23198.5 23199.3
15 30201.5 30198.5 30199.3
11 36201.5 36198.5 36199.3
lOA 37201.5 37198.5 37199.3
lOB 37701.5 37698.5 37699.3
10C 38201.5 38198.5 38199.3
lOD 38701.5 38698.5 38699.3 For Example:

Find the proper crystal for operation at 3900 KHz LSB on the 80 meter band.

From the table find the constant (FI + Fe) for LSB operation on this band. The constant is 12701.5, there fore Fx = 12701.5 - 3900

= 8801.5 KHz.

CW FILTER INSTALLATION

1. Remove top cover of transceiver cabinet and locate

printed circuit boards PB·1315 and PB-1183.

2. Remove two screws holding PB-1315 to the U shaped bracket. Remove two screws holding the U shaped bracket to the shield plate, located between the two boards.

3. Remove PB-1315 from the chassis connector receptical. Gently, rock the circuit board out of the connector.

4. Remove the two screws holding the shield plate and lift out of the cabinet.

5. Grasping the U -shaped brackets still attached to PB-ll83, gently, rock the circuit board out of the connector.

6. With PB-1183 removed from the chassis, remove C-1O and C- 9 (.01 uF) capacitors from board. Install XF-30C CW filter in position indicated using the nuts and lockwashers provided. Solder the four filter terminals to the board.

7. Re-install PB1183 into socket, screw shield plate to chassis, and re-install PB-1315 into socket. Replace all attaching screws.

This completes the CW filter installation. The filter provides a 600 Hz bandpass when the mode switch IS placed in the CW position. Transicever alignment is not required for this installation.

SOLDER 4 PINS

REMOVE

XF32A SSB FILTER

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ALIGNME.NT

WAR'NI~G

lJA NGEROPS V(]f~TAG ES Ard~ PRES'ENT- TJS-E EXTh~EMI1: C.,l\l'i.ION \-V ~ni "J \v"Or~:J\].R'C Oh TH ~ T~(AN~C!i'~VEH \iV1TB COVE~K~ :R'F::VrOVE[). JHSU-ttl.R~£ ALL .CAP/tCTrOR& av SHO:RTI.'JG TO C~011J\'1J \~VJT]J AK l\TS{ 1 LA. TEn SCRJ~\V lJl~TVER. r:;T'C.

c.At lIl'~O'N

INe\i'~EH opelrale the [r.:Ml.~,e·Jver in the

tran srnlt mode without a ma~cheu .anteFil,na or ad1equ~t~ d Ym my lead, 'iIi'he p_d'W'elr' amp I fH~lH tu be,s GI In d I¥l'ffi f[ e'hv 0 r k '~('Hli, po ~ nents can be ,dl3m:ag@u if' the tral!fH~i~ceive~ Is o~e:If'a,~"d w~ t:ho-ilJ! the- p rpp·~i" loa4 term~ ~ natlon,

rou I PM E NT' REQU I REO

( :1 l R F Si,L{1l a i :3(!'!1 erato r' I lew .Il-"I t . p{ I ('~( ard \-iodej 606 A. ()F BCI1.iI\;:f!lf'!11 wi'l"hi tine volt 011 Lpui i:1i a'll i!llpe~rr~UlCC nl .3 0 (~il !TI~ and a [req 'II 12[1 cy l·ov{'nl:l:~{" to ;) IT'\1 Hz.

( 2') V ~("u 1L 111 'T u llt \T (~II rn rter { V TV M ) : H 'W JeH P~"l'!; kard ~,J w:kLI .~ lOB. or .(;'(1 H l v il cnt \ rT'I/[\.l W 'i th an H F probe good lu 10 MHz.

~ENEHAL

The tf~(n$(:f'iv~'r has bJ'(m !?ardudl5· ahgJled and lC:~Led {'It I h·' t til ory and, \n th no I"EII,uJ ttli3:fW. sheuld 110t H'-

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( : ~ ) Dn mm r LO.,1d: \~I Jll~ L!,S 1\'h)dfl.'l ~1 ~1 ,1 A. ~jl' ~~ I ii 1/aJ~"'m !){) ohms IK~I) reactive load rated ~l[ :::·U10 ~"'i,aHS' a V ('r~e P!j W-::'C

q u lrfl 01 h-et ~ban the U51.!1 011 artent i em p;3v Crt to" e I ect ron j c 1..'{1'lL i pmenr, Scp, rlee or' repl ace! nent ~ I f ~ n l8jor 0),:0'1 n P! Hi t'j I t may reqml"~ subsequeni realignmcnl; bul under no C]t't'IIJ11s.n:lnCC ~~wuhl realirrnmem hi{! ~Hh.~I.nrt;:-'d LilliE':-=':; ~ ht.. O])~Ii"f.,J l i I ~II fl.f l hf l,J:'.H.'J.~i.;i4.'t-'i Vt~t' L~ fu H,v II nd- 'rstOQrl, th~ malfunetien has been analise I rmd (t~fllir.Ldy rr,~!'ff.1 1);] illl;S,;,!J I g:J I rnetu.

{ .. I ~ /-'\.1-:' Sigmd Ccnerator : II~wl.t'II~P()lCknfd M~~It!l ZOQ /\B,. 1')]' "~t IJ iv ~ I ~clJl L.

( !1, ~ ~.JCl1{·I'"~LI C(,;!"11Y;',i:S~ l1'('~·1\'t'r fin'i.;t_;nn!!: lhl!-' f'r 'q!;3f'T1GY 'I";;IH,iifl'" I'rm:1I :1 It~ ~h~ Mill': wilh a 100 KHn ealib r;'lIIH"

s:: -rv i ('t w o!"t ~ II Cal idOl dy 1;:Ii perfi: ~1'lih1d by I.!.(l?~~rii,::nc"l pc r:-;;rtl1 IH·..J,. 1i'S1ltiJ: lh~ proper tot'sl ~qulp!ll.l~nt.

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CRYS'TA.L CAL. ADd.

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L S··1 ETEIi Sf NSIT1V'lTY A DJlJ STM ENT

Pt:li,t(~' Il.t' transcciv 'r 111 i.lw r''I:'C IJ i v l 111 ud (: (I n d l:OTI"!J i~ i a signal zener» CT to the ank nna tern iual of 11Jt" transc ivrr, t;"'(_I~ tho signal ,rpw'r l~()t~ til l'l~('~ KHz with ;;m 'L11LLput of :-;0 lIV,

Tim lh' transc '~Vf':I'" for m a ximu ill s- m ter J - i d l rl;b" ThE' S- meter ~,hi(111 ~d read S-~). l f S-'ll eter adJu,..;,r rnenl r",

equlred, alljl,L{ VR2 m PB"Llg~~ In obtain £1:1 So,

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\\[h 'n i he transceiver IH tuned [. 1 'l ~t n f1.:.lh ~ he 100 1\]-1;:: lr:'~tal 'al:ibnfL' r ou pn ( \.'i~1 1- apprrr irnntelv ~)O uV or S-~ on the S-!ll!:Jr--r,

2, NOISE BLAINIKER HRESHOlD

T h e ~Pt nl i lW t 'v~ I f'l r I H" 11{) is,1;:l blan k ;'1" i') d.f'"L( r m ined by llw TH!~E$('l )I.D ~'()H1rol VR ~ on P.).-J~92- Counterc I 0<.; b. L~I.:' rota t i( ~f1 0 r I h eo 11 t I' i l [] ('n:;'il~ I~ t he ffect

i \'I.:·nt':-:'~ rd the 11 1:;:.1 n k~II'. )HJ~, L'\' 'r, ~x I~ me ~l.'tt i rlg 0 r l h LS control rf>OllO(-'S. t 11 .. receiver sensluvity,

\hftLh [11'1.' nolse 1J1':;Lnl\~.".t m lh(' "OF"F'" P s(tioll. tun

j 51 ij S~f! II l}[i a I:'] Y h~) ml t hat l'r'1~ 't~r~ LtFI, w~cn s- rio ,

Note- the S m 'Lt"r cham;! , when tlw nni~f' 1,](1rn~cf' ;':;Wilth 1") placed ilL In(' II .. ~ •• prl~itll ~[L \iVh""ll i IH .... noise ']il1bk-" lev cl is ~ LrlJ u ~t('d P -n I WI'] Y _ I.b~ rn ('If' r ~h '.lJ I d i n~ 1 i(·~ It "i:! defn-!CI.9.e 0.r on ~ { 1 ) n I' hall S>-1I1 ~ i 1.

Ir llu- CJt",Li~gL' 'i:-; un~tFr nr !~~ Lila I. indicated, adiust V I~ I H) ach iov e the P],OI C'r sctti npr,

I~xtn'm(i.l~,' ~tr'ong sign,al.R rna, eause (I:i.~h. tion (11 the dl:'i'jVt'Lf"l :-;~gna] {hl(' to mi'~ir'lg Hi rlw ~w itdm'lg diode. This '0.. fF{'d C'}I] he r~'dlln~rl. Ily rh,'('l"t,PI.sm.lt' U 8 ~ is.+.' BI,(llh~r lIJ[1:'shnld u)jllr~d 01' by K'~~'Ht:'h]m lh' .~{ iSl' lJldll],f'l- lJ!] "()} F ",

'3. VOX ADJUSTMENT

VUX controls are JI}Olted 1111 I'l~- :I (89, TI.il:;'s"P ~Ln.:' Vl{ I VOX (;'~Il[I, Vlt? D.da~, \'H~1 Relas ~ n. i ivity and

V R~ -~, ntltrip Cain.

'&JIL th . peration switch 1.'1 the VO;X p()~Jtk)n and turn U~'-' " F t ~ /'d"~ ~ nrl rvnc .' l\ [N coni n ds fully countercl ekwise. Steli' 11.' t'mate- th~ RELAY control ~ \'R' )

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lnck ... ,,"j~~ until Ih{l rt'bJY activat ''\ IhtLll I'LLl1"n Ih' l'f)'M t'ol arr{u'ly eonntrr 'lock\\'i~~ until rA::w t: 'It"a.:-'l'~, This rpld'ls.f~ POIIl[ i~ rh I rWf1"IWr ",ctting rnr the- HEL.!\.Y f:itjns.iLir'iL~ CfHU rol,

St'l M Ii ; AIN ('nnt 1"01 hJ I be center of rl~ l r~d"l~L ~flLla.l{ into the l1lit:t"(i]itIUi1 I 'IJot'llwlly_ :;}~ju~t VClX, control VHL to just a th'o:He' V . ~ n-lay.

Turn' ill 11 ~lgnal ml~i ~,rI,'II~1 llw A F C./\]J\ conrrol to '. '~ Jlful·1abJj· 1i .... ((,Hing Il ',.'(JI. SN lb." A~TITrlJJI ~'~)]ltnll VR;" to the minimum pOLnl lhal will • revent Ih· o,,!,] ~~~k(:'i~ OH rpu ~ FrotH I n 1 ~P] i I Q' n Il ~ \F.oX.

" VR,I

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Adjust the DEL A Y control VR2 for suitable release time.

4. CW SIDETONE LEVEL ADJUSTM ENT

CW sidetone level may be adjusted by rotating TO\,E· level potentiometer (VR4) located on PB- 1189.

5. CARRIER BALANCE

The transceiver should be allowed to reach operating temperature before making the carrier balance adjustment.

Tunc-up the transceiver for SSB operation using an antenna or dummy load. Turn the :VIlC GAIN control fully counterclockwise to remove all audio from the modulator stage.

With the MODE switch set to either the LSB/CSB positions, turn the .. MOX-PTTVOX" switch to the MOX position and adjust the carrier balance controls (VRl and TC1) on PB 1184 for minimum PO meter reading.

A more exacting balance may be obtained by tuning a receiver, having an S-meter, to the transmitted frequency. Adjust the balance controls for minimum S-meter reading while switching the MODE switch back and forth between the two sideband positions to obtain good carrier suppression for both sidebands.

6. ALC LEVEL ADJUSTM ENT

The ALC meter will require adjustment if when the METER switch on the front panel is set to the ALC position, the mode switch to USB, the" MOX-PTT·VOX" switch to MOX and the microphone gain to zero the ALC meter does not read 5. To adjust the meter, set the controls as follows:

MODE CSB

MIC GAI\ Fully CCW

MOXPTTVOX MOX

If the meter reads other than Ji on the bottom scale, adjust the ALC control VR2 on P13 118,1 for a meter indication of .i)_ Return the" MOX-PTTVOX" switch to the PTT position.

7. VOLTAGE REGULATOR ADJUSTM ENT

Connect a VTVM DC probe between pin l:l of M] 6

(PH- 1185 ) and ground. Adjust VOLT potentiometer VR3 for exactly 6 Volt reading on VTVM.

8. CLARIFIER ADJUSTMENT

The frequencies coincide at CLARIFIER control OFF and o position in the receive mode. I f not, adjust potentiometer VR4 located near the clarifier control potentiometer under the main chassis.

Transmit and receiver frequencies coincide at CLARIFIER control OFF position. If not, adjust ZERO potentiometer VR4 on PB·l185.

9. BIAS ADJUSTMENT

The final amplifier bias must be checked to insure linearitv and normal operating' plate dissipation for the final tubes. Adjust the BIAS control VR2 on PH-1079A as follows: Set the transceiver to the receive mode and allow the transceiver to reach operating temperature.

Set MODE switch to USB, METER switch to IC and the" :VIOXPTT-VOX" switch to MOX position for transmit condition. The meter will indicate P A plate current. Idle plate current is i)O rn A if the bias is correct. If the idle plate current is other than 50 m A, adjust the BIAS control for 50 mA.

There is a little difference in the idle current between i\C and DC operation. Adjust the idle current to 50 nL\ for each operation.

10. POWER OUTPUT METER ADJUSTMENT

VR6, located on the transceiver rear panel adjacent to the antenna coax fitting, provides an adjustment for power output indication on the meter.

This potentiometer should be adjusted to indicate 1/2 to 2/3 full scale meter deflection when the transmitter IS producing full output power in the tune position.

It should be noted that the meter indicates relative power output and is not the basis for determining actual power output.

VR6 has been preset at the factory to read 1/2 to 2/3 full scale into a i) 2 ohm dummy load. The operator should not indiscriminately adjust VR6 into an unknown load or an antenna with high VSWR.

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u FIN A L AM P II F ~ E!R N E U TRA LI ZA T ION

Wh l_'~J repJa.ci tl,~ IJIC:! final '::1 In pli ftt] r t L1. hes. il may h(:' JKl{'{1::<=;al'_I! to ['es,;_'[ l h (' bi.t\$ t( I p:i 'l,1'~' ('t'J.j T~·1 itl k n:rn'"(_'ll t a!1d rheck m-urralizal i~)n. t .s,jng I h.p Py("",;j'+'thJ I-t·' ()r!( 1 ill~J bel ~ sw 1,<\7 i.1 j gllarm I h 't' n L.a....: lnuuu 0_ II tHH a 11e1 k)n,g- In be lif~,

h"i.f! d '!IV 1 th \iIO I)E "il,N i tc b at T U t"\ E pn~~uon. an d advance '1 he c.,\rtl~ fEE control HHl i'l: !llP'I{"!" lC n;lLrh~ lO~j !11 ;\.

C,AUlfION

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( !l } l~ol~I.1p PLATE .11JtiH~ rOlll ro~ :4lncl I.b~ervli.' dir:l as IIKI ~{' ah>.-('I nn l he I'rl!:?l e I~. 11 I h!;.' dl P i:i [I ()[ [')n JH''I n U:"l H. I"CChH·C' I hI'"' kl':lfling· ('l1rrt'-l ~t ~'ighUy lnr l)elLL1f i Ilcl1 ('al lOU ... \:-:. I be! PI.ATE conrrol r:l'J 1"()1{it~'d the mG~t'r sheu I d I' i St' l,.."(Pl.l::lH) and s tnr.-x d.ll!} nn 1.:' i LlYei' ~I.d(t I ~f

11 ~~I;::': i '1 jj I HII ~ I j l' I '11~ 1 i ~'.a'l jnn,

~ 11 Conncrt ~ dummy kl1ld lq i"lnt-:.. nna, ~ind su mru-r to rc

(' f,.) D~ L~ ~rfl ri I'I.t-' wl tid L ~]~ I·e' ~ If l he (ll P H:sJ~:i ~ hru pH)· ,

SI.:!t PtA TE eomrol S'li,g~~ I ~ in III i~ ~irl~ ~Jr (ii]) b'l'jJing I h" meter r~~Ldi'T1~{ lldo\\ [nO m 1'"'\,

~ 2 ~ I.{l( '(l.lt:' T C ~ 'I nw II eu tr8,1 ).7:[ltl(lH v m~· i itb h" (,'<llktci t or ~hart on lhc underside Ii the chassis 1:1 'ai' [Iw driver .,taf2,;~' band swltch wafer, ill the flna] ampll. lj~f' sec Ij~ III

( 7) I f"p;ifl,g Il'I1'!l1l!"'IHHi' (uni:ng wand, rotate IlL't.LU'¥liz~lI km car;':3t'I.1 o r i;)kL.rt 'I,.·~I· :~. ~Ji;Lth tl Y rn 1 hl' {I i n~di~")H which red~LC(,:-i. the fljfl cnt shown on 11Hi-' flL~\I~"r. R~'JW4'1 $-~ ']J~ 6 and "7 11 nti I the m '[~):' indicates 3 I..!m4,.lo~h a:11(1 l'(IH,;d rL~{~ .11] I dllll,..']" ~ict,f) ~Ji IJ,!o:.! 111:::.::~i· rnurn dip point

( ~ t l C h~::-(!{ ~] 11 :'iJ ,an:m~ [ft~~r rd I~" [·~l rr: 'n I· ill [_;f; Ij or r .s l~ f'ir1$ i t i ntl 2J;n d H~ Ijw~t ~'l1_.;; d t'~ r i bed ht.'fc ~~.~.

Th(, linal compartment cover must br:, in pJ';-l(,(:' 10 :O-;11]}ply lile I-?F ~hif;']~ I'in~ r('qLJir~d during the ncntralizar i(~n pn:tct'ClL"I n~p

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12. ALiGNM ENT OF TRANS M ITTER M IXER/DRIVER AND RECEIVER FRONT END STAGES

The final amplifier bias adjustment must be set to 50 rnA before extensive operation of the transmitter is

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RF INPUT CIRCUIT

( 1) Connect the 50-ohm dummy load to the antenna Jack. Tune up the transceiver at 30,000 KHz (BAND 10D,VFO at 30,000 KHz) as follows; Set the BAND switch to lOD, the VFO to 30,000 KHz, PRESELECTOR control to the upper end of 10 and 11 meter segment and the OPERATION switch at MOX. Advance the CARRIER control and tune the final amplifier. Maintain the resonant plate current ( IC) at 100 rnA with the CARRIER control. Set trimmer TC5 to the midcapactance position and adjust the slugs of Tl02 and Tl03 for maximum output into the dummy load. Reduce the transmitter output to zero with the CARRIER control.

( 2) Set the OPERATION. switch to the receive mode, RF and AF GAIN control to maximum, CLARIFIER control to .. OFF ". and NOISE BLANKER to .. OFF". Do not change the VFO setting and PRESELECTOR control setting set up in step 1. Tune the RF signal generator to 30,000 KHz and adjust it for approximately 1,000 Hz beat note.

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attempted. It is assumed that the signal generating stages of the transceiver are functioning properly. Use the internally generated signal of the transceiver to align the transmitter mixer and driver stages and the RF signal generator to align the receiver front end stage.

BAND COIL CAPACITOR TRIMMER
160 C128 1000 PF TC29
,----
80 Tl01A + Tl04 C4l 300PF TCll
r----
40 C42 50 PF TC12
20 C43 50 PF TC13
r----
15 Tl01A C44 20 PF TC14
r----
10 TC15 Use just enough signal generator output (approximately 1 microvolt for an aligned unit) to keep from developing AGC voltage ( no S-meter indication). Set trimmer TC15 to the mid capacitance position. Adjust a slug of TI01 for maximum audio output without developing AGC voltage.

( 3 ) Set the BAND switch at lOA, the VFO at 28,000 KHz and the .. MOX·PTT-VOX" switch at MOX. Advance the CARRIER control and tune the final amplifier. Maintain the meter reading at 100 rnA with the CARRIER control as described in step 1.

Set the PRESELECTOR control to the lower end of 10 and 11 meter segment and adjust trimmer TC5 for maximum output at the dummy load. Reduce the transmitter output to zero with the CARRIER control.

( 4) Set the OPERATION switch to the receive mode and without changing the VFO or PRESELECTOR control settings, tune the RF signal generator to 28,000 KHz and obtain 1,000 Hz beat note.

GRID CIRCUIT PLA TE CIRCUIT
BAND COIL CAPACITOR TRIMMER COIL CAPACITOR TRIMMER
160 C129 1000PF TC28 C130 1000PF TC10
80 Tl02+Tl06 C4 270PF TC1 Tl03+T105 C9 250PF TC6
40 C5 50PF TC2 C106 30PF TC7
20 C6 50PF TC3 C10 50PF TC8
15 Tl02 TC4 Tl03 C107 10PF TC9
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10 TC5 12BY7 A TUNING CHART

Control the signal generator output and adjust trimmer TC15 for maximum audio output as described in step 2.

(5) Repeat step 1, 2, 3 and 4 to peak out the coil adjustments for the 10 meter band.

( 6) Set the BAND switch to 15, the VFO to 21,000 KHz and the PRESELECTOR to the lower edge of the 15 meter segment. Tune up the transceiver to 21,000 KHz as described above. Adjust trimmers TC4 and TC9 for maximum transmitter output into the dummy load.

VI 12 BY 7 A

( 7) Set the OPERATION switch to the receive mode, and without changing the VFO or PRESELECTOR settings. Tune the RF signal generator to 21,000 KHz and obtain the 1,000 Hz beat note. Adjust trimmer TC14 for maximum audio output as described in step 2.

( 8) Repeat the procedures given in step 6 and 7 on the 20 meter band. The trimmer TC3 3J1d TC8 are used for maximum transmitter output and TC13 for maximum audio output in receive.

TX 2ND MIXER -

RX RF (MP

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RSyL2

300V

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TC28 13.SV

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{ ~~) SC't the B_'\ND switch at 8(). \/1-'0 at ~l.OOO l(l.rz~ ~Ll ~d ~ be P R lSS EL ISCTUR' '8 l i II i H~I Lo. j nner sea ~e b<c-t T'C! and TOG· ill ~ hr-'! mid-capacitance Wnnt:. Tu f\t, I he transeeiv or 'L~) ~kO nQ h H J: ant] ~~dj ust T10~ anti '111 (1,6 r~r· maximum transruiuer ']l[)wtr rJlHIJLJ,l I'!HO the io.:ut

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~ 10) SN the OP~R.i\.TIO)f !;,I1. ... itch hi I hC:1 receive rrrH1dL~, and wi lllO'lll C Il~1:11g1 n g: t he V 1"0 Or PRESET. ECTOR r.:;§'1rl ngs, ~ u n I:: '(l~e l~ F ~'i,gr-I,~I ,\JJ'n"i:"r~1 t~1r ,It, 1.000 ~~ l.[h olJ [I d ohta IH a lOOt) H,~ beat no 10_ S l~t Ten I o I'h c m Ld-C3P~C ~ LJ.I'(,(" Doi n l A rU Ll ~t T' 1 (} ... r [01' 11121 ~j mum ~L~I,du) out P~II 1)_"';] described m step .....

r II ) :)(!1 the I~RESE::LEt.lon at the hywr.:;.r edge or the 80 1!H"Ler semnenr, ·V F 0 at 3 ,,fi on K 11:.:, and J-~rij u ""I" Te1 and T(6 fnr TI1C1Ximum transnuuer ~O'l.lJit'lrnrtp LJ l iu to 1lH:' dU.111m y loail.

:1I'HJ , .. i ... ·inl()~lt tl,I~'!Ig'i'llg: Ih ' VfO or PIlEbELECrOH. ~ettin;tl;~, tune the 1~F' gi~nH] gencr.aoicl]: to ,'tGOO Ki:[x and obtain . .tl l.OO(~ llz I}L"';H nll-LI;.~. '~dj-l.J.~t Tell fcw maximum audio output as cl~;:;cdl}e:d in ~tep 2.

( 1 :-1 } HeP'f~a~ step ~r. 10, ll. a n d 1 ~ I fl' pt"Ilk 'I jut the ['(1 i r a~j ustrn en t s fo r 80 meter h~l:1 J d~:

(l-1l'St'L the BANn Siwitch lu ·10. VPO f:11 7,ono I":ft,r .. and tho Pl~ESELGCTOH to tlu- luw€"1 ~ or: tb~ -~ ~) rn (!h~1"" ~~llh;JH i. '\ 'dj u~ l . ["C'd' ,arH I .1'" [,""1 rnr' ma x imum t ransm itter prt'o,'" er {JU LP1.t l ,j I"Ito the (hm·lill Y I (i<J.d,

(·l ~,)Set the VF'() at. 7.J 5 0 ~ H~ and PRES ELECTOR rur m ax im i i,m p(JW'"cr 01.:11 p~i L A.djiJ~~ Ll3 fer max LH m m pO"",Vf"t' 0.1111)11 t :i n to, th i2 d urnmy ] oad,

(16')S~t the OPEH A TIO N" ~\i\trtf ~ b,y th c recei V,I? ,nu nth·', and $~~ the V FO or P ~ t::?ELE'wOR ~ett; Q1~ to the s:aarl:12 position as step 14-. 'LI.;I ne tho@: R¥ -S:~fi'2l,i g~i uenHm' te 7,000 KHz 'and ,,-blts.ill ~ 1,000 Hz b~at 1'HTbe, A.dju~t ~ rC12 fnr max] m tim au dio oueput.

(]7) Set ~h~ 'BA~JJ switeh to lb(~, VFO at t9DO I;(Flz aad iJw PRESE,LECTOR Hi :2 n] 'the inner 81(;(\1o, A.~~jmlL 'TCZ8 an.d ·Tel Q rOf mHX irrru 1.11 fjOW ~r 061~_pjjl It'l Ln rli~ dummy load,

(L~) 'Tnrn ~ he OP'R,RA TJON switch to th~! rec ,j'!;.'t 111()cI~, and leave tbl? ·\~r'O ~J1d PHE.SELT~L~~QH S!£tiJt'i_g:¥:. U Fl "h(:lJngcd. A lJP!Y the ~_F ~I~n'~ I generater output ~l~ 1..900 KHz I 0 (tDl~iltl.F1 I Pf!llin~!L ;\t~ju~t l'C2-q ((~f

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maxlmum Smeter reading.

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13, rl ET ERODYN E CFf'fST AL OSC~lLATQR ALIGN~

MENT

The heterodyne 'cry:=::UI.l oscluanon ir jectkm. rn~}y be -eh zckcd in the fol! N:i (, manner. Conn ct (he 'v''T'VM r~F 1 Tob~ v.? the .Iocal (J8cil'l~ t'll,r t(>sl point, h~.j~ctj6Ji. is n. rma] "if the injection v ltage mOlS' res O)~· Volt Rt,1S OlT t!.~ bands

Jr. not (it! ig]111 ~(~n ~ is requ j ~e~j, Sd l h e HI\ N D ~; 1M i kh

. 1" T": r C' ? I ,(' " , p , •

. al. . n J, '_~-,;,'l nl"<J c.i: pacuance posrtion, anti adjust

TIll f, 1",0,3 Volt R\'lS readinz rn VTV\,'1, Til 'Jl adjust TC23, '['C22. t ··21.".... TC16. and T;C26 for e~.th of Lbe 0':::111(1 to read 0-3 vou R~irs on 'V'r\/r\,-!:

'(.4· 0) ~~~~.~X·;l . (20)

6,A,foJQ t:lo. TUNiL'G c 'i,PACITDR :CRYSTAL F'Ri:QIJE:NCY
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80 X 1 C~5 30dPF TeliS 9,52HHt
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40 X ,~ rAE 150PF Tell i. J. D.2t'-'lHz
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, 20 ~ 3 !2'47 ;)OPF ·q:-:1.8 '20 . o.:ir.-l rlZ
15 x '4 Tt19 2'1 _ 02M Hz
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to A " s "TC21 34 _ C 2[··HI;!
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108 X 7 len 3."".'; 5 2 rVl·H.z
10 C X B TC2'" 35.;j2MHz;
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10'0 X .~ TC24 I 35.52r'.o1I:-I"1
V: r i~lV lib C4g 1.aOPF TC25 16_02f'.o1Hz· LOC.A..L OSCILLATOR TUNlliNG CHART

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14 TRAP COIL ALIGNMENT

(1) Tl07 is used to eliminate the direct-feed-through interference at the IF frequency. and tuned to 6020 KHz. Set the transceiver at 7.000 KHz LSB in receive mode and peak the PRESELECTOR for maximum noise output. Set the RF signal generator to 6.020 KHz and increase the signal generator output until an audio beat note is heard. Adjust Tl07 for minimum audio output.

(2) L29 on the printed circuit board located near the antenna change-over relay RL2 is also used to eliminate the direct - feed-through interference. Set the transceiver at 7.100 KHz in the receive mode. Tune the RF signal generator to 5.920 KHz. Adjust L29 for minimum S-meter reading.

3) L22 eliminates the interference by 9th harmonic of the carrier oscillator. Tune the transceiver to 28.600 KHz USB in the receive mode. and increase RF and AF gain control until an audio beat note is heard. Adjust L22 for minimum audio output.

CAUTION

Con tin uous full output for more than 10 seconds may result in destruction of final tube.

(4) T113 in the high frequency IF unit is used to e 1- iminated spurious radiation on the 20 meter band. For alignment. tune transceiver to maximum output at 14.350 KHz in the tune postion. Measure the spurious radiation. by using the S-meter of another receiver

tuned to 14.520 KHz where a spurious radiation

can be heard. Adjust Tl13 for minimum S-meter reading wihout decreasing the power output of the transceiver.

(5) Tl15 is located on the printed circuit board near the VFO unit and is used to suppress carrier oscillator feed-through. Tune the transceiver to any frequency and load it to full output. Reduce the microphone

gain to zero and place the mode switch in the

USB position. Adjust Tl15 for minimum S-meter reading on the receiver.

(6) L28 is used to eliminate spurious radiation on the 15 meter band. Tune the transceiver to maximum output at 21.200 KHz in the tune position. Locate the spurious radiation at 21.220 KHz by another receiver. Adjust L28 for minimum S-meter reading on the receiver.

(7) TC30 connected in series with L32 on the printed circuit board located on the main chassis near the relay RLl is used to eliminate spurious radiation on 10 meter band. For alignment. tune transceiver to maximum output at 28,500 KHz in the tune position. Measure the spurious radiation by using the S-meter of another receiver tuned to 28.160 KHz where the

spurious signal can be heard. Adjust TC30 for

minimum S-meter reading withou t decreasing the

power output of the transceiver.

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VOLTAGE CHART

D.C. VOLTAGE R.F. VOLTAGE
~ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T
N
1 E E E E E E E E E E E E 0 0 E E E E E E E E E E E E 3180KHz -
85dB
2 E E E E 0 0 0 0 0 0 -70 -55 E E E E E E - - - - - - - - E E
3 6.0 6 .0 0 0 13.0 12.5 0 0 0.7 0.7 -18 0 E E 3 3 3180KHz - - - - - - - - - E E
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4 0.5 0.5 E E 0 0 0 0 8.5 8.5 -·20 -3.5 0 0 2 2 E E - - - - - - - - 3180KHz -
85dB
5 5.5 5.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.0 6.0 -150 -140 0 13.0 - - 0 0 0.6 0 - - - - - - - -
6 6.0 6 .0 E E 0 0 E E 0 0 170 170 0 0 - - E E - - E E 1 1 - - - -
7 E E 13.0 12.5 E E 0 0 E E 2.7 2.7 13.5,13.5 E E - - E E - - E E - - - -
8 0 0 E E 0 11. 5 0 0 0 0 0.6 2.7 1.0 1.0 14MHz - E E - - - - - - - - - -
4&JB
9 8.0 13.0 12.0 0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 0 0 12.5 0 E E - - - - - - - - - - - - E E
10 0 11.5 E E 6.5 0.35 1.5 1.5 13.0 12.5 0 11. 5 E E - - E E 3180KHz - - - - - - - E E
70dB
11 13.0 12.5 0 0 13.0 12.5 E E 0 0 2.5 2.5 - - 14250 1 0.08 0.06 - - E E - - - - - -
46dB
12 12.5 0 E E 0.7 0.7 9.0 9.0 6.6 0.3 13.5 13.0 - - - - E E - - - - - 0.1 - - - -
13 12.0 0 0 11. 5 8.0 13.0 0 0 12.5 0 6.0 6.0 - - - 0.06 - - - - - - - - - - - -
14 13.0 12.5 E E E 6.0 6.0 12.5 0.3 13.0 12.5 - - - - - E E E - - - - - - - -
15 0 0 13.0 12.5 0 0 13.0 12.5 - - 0 0 - - 0.3 0.8 5720KHz 0.3 3180KHz 0.06 - - - - - - - -
66dB 83dB
16 0 11.5 13.0 12.5 0 0 13.0 12.5 - - 0 0 - - - - 5720KHz 0.1 - - - - - - - - - -
56dB
17 13.0 12.5 E E 0 0 0 0 - - 0 0 - - 5720KHz 0.3 E E 3180KHz 0.03 - - - - - - - -
70dB 78dB
18 E E E E 0 0 E E - - E E - - E E E E - - E E - - E E - -
19 - - - - 13.0 12.5 E E - - - - - - - - - - - - E E - - - - - -
20 - - - - 12.5 0 E E - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
21 - - - - 6.0 6.0 E E - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
22 - - - - E E 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - E E - - - - - - - -
VALUES ARE IN VOLTS D.C. MODE USB. BAND 20M. R RECEIVE. T TRANSMIT
R RECEIVE. T TRANSMIT VALUES WITHOUT ANY UNIT ARE IN VOLTS R.M.S
VALUES WITH DB ARE SIGNAL GENERATOR OUTPUT LEVELS TO
PRODUCE S·9.
VALUES GIVEN UNDER THE COLUMN T ARE SIGNAL LEVELS TO
PRODUCE 100W OUTPUT POWER MODULATED BY 1KHz MIC INPUT. •

RESISTANCE CHART

-

~. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
P
1 E E E E E E =
2 E E 150 30K 0 10K E
3 300 0 10 0 = 4K E
4 3K E co * 10 K 10K 0
5 300 = 0 = 200 30K 0
6 200 E 1K E 5 50K 0
7 E 10 E 0 E 3K 10
8 0 E 0 1K 5K 6K lOOK
9 2.5K 120 10K 10 K 1K 120 E
10 * E 3K 50K 10 0 E
11 100 = 10 E 1M 3K -
12 120 E 1K 50K 3K 10 -
13 120 0 3K = 1.2K 200 -
14 10 * E 200 700 10 -
15 0 100 co 10 - 50K -
16 0 100 = 10 - 0 -
17 100 E = * - = -
18 E E = = - E -
19 - - 10 * - - -
20 - - 120 E - - -
21 - - 200 E - - -
22 - - E * - - - VALUES ARE IN OHMS.

-31-

Order Instruction:

Parts number is independent for each unit, except T-transformers and T-inductors, therefore it is requested to specify parts number together with unit classification as following example.

No. I RF Unit RI lOOK ohm ;.iw '* VALUE IS NOMINAL

RF UNIT

7

__l_-:::_?,_9 _.__I_I_,__!1 17

50WV

C-CAPACITOR

PRINTED CIRCUIL_ BOAR_D PB-:_I_I_B_(A -Z) DIPPED MICA

Q- FET & TRANSI STO~ . ~_~_--=-,--:::- --=:-50~W~V:--_~==-==-c-~c----J

TR. 2SC372Y 50WV

50WV

----

__ T_R. __ 2~SC::-:_3-,-,7 3::___

TR. 2SC784R

-------- -----

FET 2SKI9GR

t--c__ ~F~E~T 3S K40M _

O-OIOOE

Si

ISI555

1-- __ R-RESISTOR _~ ~ ~

CARBON FILM

Xw 56

X W ____c1_0-c-0___::.::_:=::_:_'-::-''---1

I--.-...::::.c'-=-.:__ ~ X W.:_:_ __ --=2-=2_:_0__: I 8 __ __ ! 6 \\'~ _

_______ X_'4_W_ 330 Q ± 100/0 -f-' T_C-TR_IM_M_ER CAPACITOR

Xw 470 Q ± 10% CERAMIC

___ ~Xc;-4,;-W ~Q_O _g_~ 1-::-0-;0°-,,;-0 -t-1---3---:c---:c::-:-:=-:- :-::=-=-=-=_ E CV I Z W 50P:_::_32=----=- __ -I

Xw __ I::__KQ ± 10'?0 ~ L_-_II\I_OLJ_C_T_O_F3_

xw I. 8KQ ± 10<;'/0 I BPF-A

1--._:.:...I~'-"-=2:.::0 -_-_-_-----'o-S,;-~~- ~: ~~~: ':-~':_:'='~'_: -+--=-~-4--- :f~~~HOKE I. 92~H

14,18 Xw 15 KQ ± 10% 4,8 RF CHOKE 250,uH

2 Xw 22 KQ ± 10% T-TRAI'J_S_F_O~~MER & INOUCTO-=_c_Rc__ __ ---l

-XW 82 KQ ± 10% 112A IF TRASFORMER

---.o..X"'4 ":"w'- 100 KQ ± 10 <:7/"-0--1--':"'1 ---13:".."..."- --T-R-AP -COl C-

~X~-~C~R~Y~S~T=A~L ~=-----

14~ 16

-------"--_

CERAMIC FEED THRU

500WV O.OOI,uF ELEC-=r-R-O-L Y-T-ic~-~--~~

4

1,3,5, 12

HC-18/U

t------c-V-:cR=--=- VARI-A-S-L-E--RESI STOR

-----+--------

5KQB

TR-IIR t-- __ C-CAPACITOR

DIPPED MICA PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1183(A -Z)

)---:-17'--- -'-50----::-:W-'-Vc-:-_---=:--=-=-~~~-.-,._~---=Q:---, FET, 1_g__& __ TRANSI S::_T,-O=-:..cR:__ __

5 50WV 50PF ± 10% TR. 2SC784R

I, I I __ _:_50-,-WV lOOP F ± 10% _T.:_.:_R::_. __ 2=.:SC82.:_8Q=-- __

IC CA3053

IF UNIT

CERAMIC DISC

3 5Q_~V O. OO,-,I,u=-=-F_=-=~

50WV 0.01 ,uF _~~-j__ -==-==-=-= 50WV O. 047 ,u F

ELECTROL YTIC

16WV 47,uF

FET 2SKI9GR

__ --=Gec_. I S 1007

L-INOUCTOR ----~---:1--,c2-- --- ~i~~er ~~=~5-C10=-----

------

•• iIIg]J:lti~L!li9RIiF.CIIH,OiilKiiE •••• ~.lliim.Hilt~---:-R~- RES I STOR

PI CARBON FILM

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1082(A -Z) XW 100 Q ± 10%

-----

___ ~~__ __I'I3~IJl()_~-Z) Xw 220 Q±IO%

1---- Q-FET & TRANSISTOR __ X_4_W_ 470 Q ± 10%

TR. 2SC372Y 12,15,19 Xw I KQ ± 10%

F-E-T--3-SK40M ---+-":"3, 14 _-_ X-W-----2. 2KQ±-io%

--'::O:---::O::-Ol-::O:-:O::CE=-__:_-=":" ---------- P,9,22__ _ Xw

Si. ISI555 , II XW

-----+-- ------- ----- - - ---- ,--------::

R-RESISTOR . 4,5 XW

CARBON FILM 17,.2~25-,-.?.7 __ X_4 w_

I 2 X W I 0 Q ± I 00/6 lOX W 27:---:-:-::-----:c-;:":---I

5, 7 -_- __ ====_-_=~_ XW-----IOO Q ± 100/0- I,__I_8,21 XW __ !QQ__Ig.l_~-I()%

13 Xw 470 ~2 ± 10-;O'?/~0-t- CARBON COMPOSITION

3,16,17 XW I KQ±IO%

)--2=-:--c:-=-- --';-X~4.,:.W~ 4.7 KQ ± 10% I 6, 7

14,15 Xw 5.6KQ±10%

10 ---X-w 10 K~2 ± 1090

4,6 Xw 15 KQ ± 10-',0/"-/;-+-

----- -------

II Xw 22 KQ±IO%

I ---xw -27KQ ± 10%-

8 Xw 100 KQ±IO% I

9 Xw 220 KQ±IO% 2

- -,~------ -~---. ----t----

2

26

VR-VARIASTLR~2~ESISTOc_R----~-c TRIIR C-CAPACITOR

1,24,25

DIPPED MICA 50WV

100PF + 10 %

-32-

..

..

IS,22 SOWV ISOPF±IO% IS,27,39 __ _____2QWV 0.001,uF±20%

~__"--~"-'~,--'~'-C7-------::-:---S-o-w-v~ 470PF±10~ _1_,_~,_!_2, 17,_22,33, 34 __ _5Q_WV 0.01 ,uF±20%

CERAMIC DISC + 80% 24,28=30 SOWV O. 022,uF ±20%

1__2-:_6:c__----=2._:c8----------".S-".0~WV O.OOI,uF - 20% _l,_2S, 26, 4S, 48, SO SOW V 0.047,uF ±20%

2-6,9,10,12,13,18,20, SOWV O.OI,uF ~ ~g~ 23,32 SOWV O. I ,uF ±20%

1__2=-1::_>,--=2=-=32_, ~3_:_1_-_:3=-c4:__ _c__-____c___c----__c_""'~----'1--'1- SOW V 2. 2 ,u F ± 20 %

7,8,14, 16, 19, 3S SOWy___QJ)j7,uF:__~+_8""g;~ ELECTROL YTIC

S -7, 10, 14, 21, 36 1=-6=-=Wcc=V-c--_~Ic"-,u-F=_----j

2,16,19,20,31 16WV _:1~O~,u_:F ~

8, 3S, 40, 43 16 WV 22,u F

PLASTIC FILM 1__2=-9-----------:--=-:=-S_:_0-W-=-cV O. 47 ,u F ± 20 % ELECTROLYTIC

38 16WV 47,uF

4, 18, _±I_,_ ~-'- 49 __ =====_1c-c6::W;; ---cV:__- _--_-- _:_I OO---c-',u,--~F=-----I

13,44 16WV 220,uF

30

16WV

10,uF

L-INDUCTOR

MOD. & OSC UNIT

1-4 RF CHOKE 2S0,uH

T-TRANSFORMER & INDUCTOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1184(A -Z)

108 IF TRANSFORMER Q-FET & TRANSISTOR

- - - --~- - - ---=-=-----=--~~-=------------I

109 IF TRANSFORMER(DETECTOR) 2,3, S, 6 TR. 2SC372Y

XF-CRYSTAL FILTER 4 TR. 2SC828P

____ ~~~~F--=E=-T=-.'---:-M~K=---:-IO-D=-------~ __ -=D:_--=D::_:_I-=O-=D--=E=--- __

1-4 Ge.

R-RESIST--=O_:_R_:__ __ ~ _

XF-32A SSB

XF-30C CW(OPTION)

2

ISI007

AF UNIT

CABON FILM
18 Xw 100 Q±IO%
1,3 Xw ISO Q±IO%
19 Xw 180 Q±IO%
.1,21,30 Xw 470 Q±IO%
9 -II, 14,24,28 Xw I KQ ±IO%
20 Xw 1. SKQ ± 10%
6,8 Xw 2. 2KQ ±IO%
12, IS, 16,22, 2S, 26, 29 Xw 4. iKQ±IO%
32 Xw 10 KQ ±IO%
Xw IS KQ±IO%
Xw 22 KQ±IO%
XW 33 KQ±IO%
4 Xw 100 KQ±IO% PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-13IS(A-Z)

Q-FET, IC & TRANSISTOR

1---=--=------'--- 2S C3 72 Y

2SC373 MK-IOD---_-_-::..-;___:___:--'-'--'--'-'_ 2SKI9GR

--~-- STK401 ---+--:--::--------

TA7042M

2, 3 TR.
6, 7 TR.
S FET
FET
8 IC
4 IC D-DIODE

1-4 Si.

S Zener

I__--_:_R~--:-R~E~SISTOR'--------------I__-----------~--------~_, CARBON FILM

:~ ------~~~

1--c-13::C-,-4:-4=-,-=4-=S------------x-W---lOO

41 Xw ~2~2~0~=-=~~~---~V~R~--:V~A~R~I~A~B~L~E=-~R~E~S~IS~~T~O~R~======~~-_=-~~---~

12 Xw 330 I TRIIR SOOQB

16, 17, 33, 38, 39 --XW-- 4 7~0~:-----=~~+--:-2-------T:-R=--1 :-1 R=-----------=-S=-=K--=Q=-=B=---t

27 ?iw 680 C-CAPACITOR

-----__:X~4 w-- -----T - DIPPED MICA

XW I.-S-KQ±IO% 20,28,30 SOWV 30PF±10%

--X-W 2.2KQ±10% 19,27,32 SOWV 40PF±10%

Xw 3.3KQ-±---=10~%~o~T-~3-=-8~~~---_-~-~_-_-_==~S~0~yv---=V---=-:-S=-=O~P:-::F=-±---=IO~%~o--l

Xw 4. 7KQ ±.:_IO~%7--+---=-S,--, _._10-=-',._.3::_c7'-- SOWV __ IQOPF_:±=IO%_

Xw S. 6KQ ± 10%

--XW 10 KQ±IO% 4 SOWV ISOPF±IO%

Xw IS KQ ± 10% 21 SOWV 300PF ± 10%

1--~:__--------~X~4~W~-----c2=-=2---=-=-K~Q=--±:-I--=O~%~o~+---:2::-:-32-,-:-3_:_6 -=-----=~-S-0-W-V---:-I-OOO----'P~F-±-1-0~%~

43, 47~ Xw 27 KQ±-CO% CERAMIC DISC

32 Xw 33 KQ ±IO% 31 SOWV O.OOI,uF :+: ~g~

_2,36,37,46 -----,X-7:4 W - 47 KQ ± 10% -+---=-2-, -;C:-8,:-9::-,:-1C-::3=-,-c-1-=7-, -:c18::-,--::2:-4=-,------cS:-:c0:-:;W-::-:-::V-:--0::-.:-0c:-1:--'-,u:-F=--:+:-~-g-:-~-t

22 ~X~W'-'-_~4_:_70_:___:K~Q_±_.:_10__:%:__+--~2_:_6~,29,33 ~~

6, 11,22, 2S, 34 SOWV 0.047,uF :+: 8g~

ISISSS

WZ-090

PLASTIC FILM

SOWV 0.22 ,uF±20%

12

ELECTROL YTIC

CARBON COMPOSITION 1--_IS ~ 1_6_W_V __ I 00,u F

~~' 24 ~~ __:_~:::-:-~-:-~~~:-!--:-: ~-::-;c~::,-+--------~

26 THERMISTOR SDT-2S0

VR - \tARI ABLE RESI STOR - =_:__:=--='--~--+------=T:-::;C;:----=T=R=-:-:I M-=-:-M:-:E=R=--=C::-A::-P=-:A-:::CI:-:: T=-=O::CR=---

CERAMIC ---------j

2-4 ECVIZW20P40

3,4

10KQB

TRIIR

--~--------,-

VI60KRZ-1

10KQB

I, S

20PF

I, S, 6 ECVIZWSOP40

2

VI60KRZ-1

2MQB

SOPF

C-CAPACITOR

L-INDUCTOR

46

DIPPED MICA

___ -=----=---==-=--=-SO_W-=-V-=-- __ 1O_0 P F ± 10% PLASTIC FILM

SOWV O. 0047,uF ±20%

S

RF CHOKE

10,uH

2-4,6,7 8, 9

RF CHOKE

RF CHO=--:K==E:__--~-

22,uH

2S0,uH

47

-33-

T-TRANFORMER D-DIODE

ISI555 WZ090

~------~ --------1

110 IF TRANSFORMER 1-3 Si

X-CRYSTAL 4 Zener

HC-6/U 3178. 5KHz(U~B~) __ ---j _._R:-_-RESISTOR

2 HC-6/U 3181. 5KHz(LSB) CARBON FILM

1 3 H_C~-_6~/_U 3_1_7_9_._3_K_Hz __ c(~C_W~/_A_M~) __ ~-~4'-,~13~----------------~?{~4W 100 Q+IO~

16._________ ?{W 330 Q + I O~

3 _~--~-------------'C?{"-4 W 560 Q ± 10%,

~---=6-'-, -=8,__, -,-I =-2,,~19:__ /_?{,._W.:_:____ KQ±~

18 __ ~?{/_"4"_W..._ I. 5KQ ± I O~

15 ?{W 2. 2KQ ± 10~

I---=----:-----------__:_~----==.__.= _:..=-_::_ 1--~9,__, ~I-,--,-I, 21, 22 ~?{W 3. 3 KQ ± I O~

I ~W 4. 7KQ ±IO~

2,10 ?{W 22 KQ + 10~

5,7,14, 17,20 ?{W 100 KQ ± IO~

VR- VARIABLE RESISTOR

REG. & CALIB. UNIT

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1314(A-Z)

Q-TRANSISTOR

6 TR. 2SC372Y
1-4 TR. 2SC735Y
5 TR. 2SD313
D-DIODE
2 Zener IS993
1,5,6 Si ISI555
3 Zener WZ-090
R-RESISTOR _~~ +- ~C~--=C=-A~P_=A~CITOR __

t---'-----=:-==-==-=-=~~-c-----==- DI P PE D MI CA ----~

CARBON FILM 1

------- ----------------- -------

3, 10 ?{W 100 Q ± I 0 ~ 13___________ _ -=5~OWV =-6;.:P~F-=+:-:I.-.P-.F~-1

22 XW 220 Q ± 1O~ 3, 9, 16, 18 5 OW\! 30P F ± I O~

17,19, ?{W 330 Q+IO~ 12 50WV 50PF+IO~

TRIIR

50WV

3P F ±0.5PF

~~2~6------------------~?{~4~W~----~-4~7~0~~Q~+-.1~0~~~O~f--71-'-1,'-2~1,_=2~2~------------~50;.:W~V~--.~1~0~0~P-=F~+~10~~~o~

~~1~8------------------~?{~4~W~------.-~K~Q~+~1.-.0~~~o~f---2'-,4~,~8~,-1_5 ~~~~5~0~W~V~~-13~0~P--F±10~

12 ?{W I. 5KQ ± 10~ CERAMIC DISC

20 ?{W 2. 2KQ ± 1O~

4,7,11 ?{W 4.7KQ+10~

50WV

5,10,14,17,19,20,24, 25,28.29

1,8,13,15,24 Xw 10 KQ±IO~

25 ?{W 15 KQ+IO~

5 ?{W 27 KQ ± 10~

6 ?{W 33 KQ ± 10~

14 ?{W 47 KQ ± 1O~

2,9 Xw 100 KQ±IO~

CARBON COMPOSITION

16

_______________ -=2__cW-'--- 6. 8 KQ ± I 0 ~

VR-VARIABLE RESISTOR

4 TRII R 500QB

3 TRIIR IKQB

t--c:-I---------- --=T"='R~lc c.:1 -::R"::-::::--c -----=-I 0 KQ B

2 VI60KRZ-I 10KQB

C-CAPACITOR

50WV _.0._04 -j fl F:":.~-= ELECTROL YTIC

6,26,27

7, 23 16WV IflF

TC-TRIMMER CAPACITOR CERAMIC

1-4 ECVIZW50P40 50PF

-------- .. -------------

_____ L-::__-_,I_:_N:-:DUCTOR

RF CHOKE

1,3-5 -----R-F- CHOKE

T - TRANSFORMER

2

250flH

~-_

ImH

IF TRANSFORMER RI24129

FIX UNIT

PRJNTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1344(A-Z) Q-FET

FET MKIOE

DIPPED MICA
5,6,21 SOWV 30PF+IO~
9 50WV 40PF + 10~
20 50WV 50PF+IO~
2 50WV lOOPF +IO~
50WV 250PF+IO~
7,8 50WV lOOOPF +IO~
3 50WV 2000PF +IO~
CERAMIC DISC
4,19 50WV O.OlflF + 80%
20%
PLASTIC FILM
24 250WV 0.047flF +20~
ELECTROL YTIC
14-16 16WV lOOOflF
17,18 25WV 1000flF
13 160WV 22flF
10-12 250WV 22flF D-DIODE

Varactor

ISI45

R-RESISTOR

PRINTED CIRCUIT B<?AB--Q_:=-P_B_-_I_2_9_2-'---(A_::_-_Z='-) __ -+ R~-~R.:.::E=_S_=_:_IS=__:.T_=O==R~=-=~:-C--==-=-:C-:----------------1

t __ --:----=--_Q.=_- __ FET & TRANSISTOR CARBON FILM

_=--o:-~ -+-_4~,_.7.___ X W 100 Q ± I 0 ~

10 XW-----··270 Q ± 10~

3,6 }:iw 330 Q±IO~

8 XW 8. 2KQ ±IO~

2 Rw 56 Q +IO~
3 ?{W 100 Q +IO~
1,4 XW 100KQ ± 10~--
C-CAPACITOR
DIPPED MICA
5 50WV 20PF ±IO~
3 50WV 50PF'+10~
CERAMIC DISC I--_I:_, =-2,'_4-'-- _:5~0:_W-'--V_:__ O. 0 I fl F + ~g:;;;

L-INDUCTOR

2

R F CHO_~K_=E=-- __ ~ FIX OUTPUT COl L

------

TC- TRIMMER CAPACc..:I..:.T_=O::__:R_::__ ~

CERAMIC

ECVIZW50P32 50PF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-I056(A-Z)

L -I NDU CTOR -~-=-=--=------=-:.::-=---+-=-=-=-:...c..::Q-=-=-F=-cc-E-'T=-. =--=&--=-=.:::cTRANS 1ST 0 R

1,2 RF CHOKE 4mH 3 TR. 2SC37:=-2~Yc-~:-----------.-----------------1_1

X-CRYSTAL 1,2 FET 2SKI9GR

HC-13/U 100KHz

NB UNIT

1,6 TR. 2SC372Y
4 TR . 2SC784R
. _---- _. ___ --------
2, 3 FET 2SKI9GR
5 FET 2SK34E VFO UNIT

1-- __ D- DIODE .. __

Varactor I S 145

-34-

I Xw 10 K£1 + 10% 3, 8, II~'·=::._-",,----,-------::S:;-:i_:_. _~I~S~I::-5-=:-55O- 1

~=~9===========:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::X:4~W~ __ -=22 K£1 ± 10% 14 Si. IS 1941

2, 5 Xw I 00;:----:K~£1:-±:;=--c1-:::0~%c'Oo--j-9~-------Z=-en--=e::-:r.:---=-W::'-"::Zc--=OO~90~--------l

CARBON COMPOSITION .-"-::::SISTOR

Y2w K£1±IO% CARBON FILM

11(L5)

48 Xw 220 £1±IO%
22 XW 330 £1±IO%
18 Xw 470 £1±IO%
26,62 Xw 560 £1±IO%
64,65,68 XW IK£1 +10%
50 XW I. 5K£1 ± 10%
61,63 XW 4.7K£1+10%_
23,24,33,34 Xw 5. 6K£1 ±IO%
25,59 XW 10 K£1±IO%
60 XW 33KQ ±IO%
CARBON COMPOSITION
54 Y2W 10 £1±10%
4,9,17,39,69 Y2W 56 £1±IO%
14,51,53,55 Y2w 100 £1±IO%
16 Y2w 470 £1±IO%
35 Y2W 680 £1 +10%
7,38,66 Y2w K£1 +10%
6,67 Y2W 2. 2K£1 ±IO%
2 Y2w 3. 3K£1 + 10%
44 Y2w 4. 7K£1 ±IO%
19,20 Y2w 5. 6K£1 ±IO%
8 Y2w 10 K£1+IO%
36, 56 Y2w 33 K£1 ±IO%
3 Y2w 47 K£1 ±IO%
28,29 Y2w 470 K£1 ±IO%
13 Y2w I M£1±IO%
10, II I W 56 £1±IO%
METALIC FILM
30 I W 47 K£1±'IO%
5 3 W 5. IK£1 ±IO%
40 5 W I. 5KQ ± 10%
37 5 W 18 K£1±IO% 1---'3::2,c..:5'-'-,__:1--=3'---- cc-=:-=-~~500WV O. 0 I ,u F CERAMIC TC

NPO

+100% - 0 %

+ 80% C--~~~~~-----~~----_:_:_~.:--~~__j - 2000

2-4,6,7

RF CHOKE 250,uH

5(RII)

RF CHOKE

RECTI FI ER UNI T

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PB-1076(A -Z) D-DIODE

50WV 2000PF ±IO%

WIRE WOUND METER SHUNT

12

I--- __ --'C:_-_CAPACI TOR

DIPPED MICA

50WV 20PF ±IO%

50WV IOOPF ± 10%

16

VR-VARIABLE RESISTOR

3

EVCBOQS20BI3

IK£1B

8,10

1,2 II

_____ ~50WV 650P F ± I 0%

50WV 1000PF ±IO%

6

IK£1B

II

CERAMIC DISC

6,7,9,12,15 50WV 0.01 ,uF

14

6PF±0.5PF

EVHBOASI5BI3

I 2 4

5K£1A/IK£1B

4

NPO

10PF±10%

E VKA2AF02314

EVKA2AFOl339 TR-IIR

5K£1A/5K£1B 500£1B

19

NPO

82PF±10%

20

N750

2P F ±0.5PF

C-CAPACITOR

N750

7PF ±0.5PF

DIPPED MICA
123 500WV 2PF ±O. 5PF
134 500WV 3P F ±O. 5PF
28 500WV 5P F ±O. 5PF
1,16,98,107 500WV 10PF±10%
44 500WV 20P F ±IO%
97,106, 122 500WV 30P F ±IO%
5, 10,42,43,47 500WV 50P F ±IO%
135 500WV 6tlp F ±IO% 18

17

N750

20PF ±IO%

48,53,55,92,99

500WV 100PF±10%
500WV 150PF±10%
500WV 200PF ±IO%
500WV 250PF ±1O%
500WV 270PF ±IO%
500WV 300PF ±IO%
500WV 400P F ±IO%
500WV 470P F ±IO%
500WV 1000PF ±IO% 6

C-CAPACITOR 46, III

CE RA MI C DI SC 1---=2_:_9 ----'---:--:_:_c--'--'_--=_:__:_'-"_--=--::~__j

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500WV 0.01 ,u F :+:'go~6+--_4 __:_-----------:c-:::-=-~::-::--_=_=~__=___:_c__-~__i

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AIR B521AI12

TC-TRIMMER CAPACITOR

I AIR TSNI50C30PF

2 AIR TSNI70CIOPFX2

L-INDUCTOR

OSCILLATOR COIL

5,6 Si.

ISI942

1-4,9-12 Si.

10DI0

7, 8 Si.

V06B

3 E L E CT RO L YTI C I--~I 0c-5-=''-c-1 0-c8'=-c--------:c=:-::-=-=-:-----c=-:::-=-==-:--:-;:""c-1

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7,27,120, 121

128 131

R-RESISTOR

CARBON FILM

6-13

Xw 470 K£1 ± 10%

17

500WV 2200P F ± 10%

133

500WV 3000P F ±1O%

CARBON COMPOSITION

4, 5

IW

3. 3£1± 10%

13,104

MOULDED MICA lKWV

80PF± 10%

2W

3

MET ALIC FILM

5W 220 £1±IO%

4 1,2,5

TUBE
12BY7A
2, 3 6]S6C
Q-TRANSISTOR
1,2 TR. 2SB206
3 TR. 2SC372Y
D-DIODE
4, 7 Ge. ISI007 125

IKWV

100PF +10%

II

I KWV 200P F ± 10%

23

I. 5KWV IOOOP F ±IO%

-35-

CERAMIC DISC

51,62,65,81 -83, 86, 87, 50WV 0.01 I-' F + 80% T - TRANSFORMER & CHOKE COIL
- 20%
90,118 II POWER TRANSFORMER
33, 38, 50, 52, 59 -61, 50WV 0.0471-' F + 80% 12 AF CHOKE 20mHO.5A
- 20%
66,69-73,85,89,91,94,
95, 100, 103 F-FUSE
8, 14, 15,20,22 500WV 0.00471-'F +100% I AC 5A(100-117V)3A(2oo-234V)
- 0 0/0_
3,19,21,101,102 500WV 0.01 I-'F ~Igo~ 2 DC 20A
74 1.4KV O.ooll-'F +100% FH-FUSE HOLDER
o '!i
24 1. 4KV 0.00471-'F ~lgobS I AC S-NIOOI
+100::'0 ----
36, 75 1.4KV 0.01 I-'F - 0 % 2 DC S-NII02
25 (RDA30) 3KV 150P F ± 10% RL-RELAY
132 3KV 600PF ±IO% I AE3171-42
CERAMIC FEED THRU 2 l\1X2P
30-32,34,35,37,39,40, 500WV O.OOII-'F +10Q(!o
- 0 0/0
67,68,84, 110

PLASTIC FILM S-SWITCH
140, 141 50WV O. 0471-'F ±20% I ROTARY RSI3-13-II(BAND)
18 50WV 0.22 I-'F ±20% 2 ROT ARY ESRE365R20Z(MODE)
---
49 50WV 0.47 I-'F ±20% 4 ROT ARY ESRE246R20Z(SELECT)
METALIZED PAPER 6 SEASAW WD3001 (POWER)
76 160WV 2. 2 I-'F±20% 5 SEASAW WD3201 (HEATER)
145 220VAC II-'F 3,10 SLIDE SS-F22-08
ELECTROLYTIC 7-9 SLIDE SS-H23-08
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142 16WV II-'F
54, 144 16WV IOI-'F
143 16WV lool-'F
63 16WV 220,uF X-CRYSTAL
109 450WV 2. ~.flL I 80M HC-25/U 9.52MHz
77, 78 500WV 100HE 2 40M HC-25/U 13.02MHz
VC-VARIABLE CAPACITOR 3 20M HC-25/U 20.02MHz
----- HC-25/U 27.02MHz
1 (PLATE) AIR RTI8B300VC 300PF 4 15M
2 (LOADING)AIR C 123AI29 5 11M HC-25/U 33.02MHz
TC-TRIMMER CAPACITOR 6 10M-A HC-25/U 34.02MHz
CERAMIC 7 10M-B HC-25/U 34. 52MHz
5 ECVIZWIOP32 10PF 8 10M-C HC-25/U 35.02MHz
1-4,11-25 ECVIZW50P32 50PF 9 10M-D HC-25/U 35. 52MHz
7, 8,9 MICA B-IPY 40PF 10 JJY/WWV HC-25/U 16.02MHz
__ ~_lJ B-2PY ioor-r II 160M HC-25/U 7.52MHz
10, 26, 28, 29 B-7P 420PF
27 AIR TSN-150C 10PF
PLASTIC FILM M.J-MULTI .JACK
30 CTYI2B 10PF 1,2,6 3305-018-011 18 P
L-INDUCTOR 3,4 3305-022-011 22P
12,13,16-18,20, RF CHOKE 25Ol-'H 5 3305-014-011 14P
21, 26,31,35,38 7 3305-010-011 lOP
3, 11,14,15,36 RF CHOKE(TV-245) 25Ol-'H PL-LAMP
9 RF CHOKE 3ool-'H 1,2,4 15V 0.15A
7 RF CHOKE(PLATE) 5OOl-'H 3 14V 40mA
2 RF CHOKE ImH 5,6 TLR-104
24 P.S. Y2'W56QO. 3 ¢ lOTS PLH-LAMP HOLDER
1,4,37 P.S. Y2'W56QO.6¢ 4TS 1,2 #001011
5,6 P.S. I W56Q 1. 0 ¢ 4TS 3 B-1
SOCKET -
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22 TRAP COIL I TSI03COI
28 TRAP COIL 2, 3 S-B0703
29 TRAP COIL .J - RECEPT ACLE & .JACK
32 TRAP COIL 1,4,5,7,8, II, 16-18 CN-7017
33 TUNING COIL 2 S-G7616 (KEY)
25 L.P.FIL TER COIL 10 S-G7814 (PHONE)
3 FM-144 (MIC)
6 JS().239 (ANT)
9 450AB 12M(POWE R)
T-TRANFORMER & INDUCTOR 12 P2240 (SP)
lOlA ANT COIL A 13 S-B0611 (EXT.VFO)
102 GRID COIL A 14 SA602 B(ACC)
103 DRIVER COIL A 15 S-I6303 (FAN)
104 ANT COIL B
105 DRIVER COIL B
106 GRID COIL B
107 5MHz TRAP COIL M-METER
III 6.36MHz TRAP COIL I MK-45
115 3.18MHz TRAP COIL
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