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Old 06-19-2002, 04:21 PM
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Default HR 2510 COMING MY WAY


hey everyone ii got a HR 2510 COMING MY WAY as soon as it gets here it's going to DOC FOR THE WORKS i've heard nothing but really good things about doc's work so i cant wait until my radio goes through him and makes it way back to me

will keep you updated locals aint gonna know what to do!!!!

LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



PEACE CDX-781


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Old 02-22-2003, 08:50 AM
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Hi,

Just a note about the above post...

Please follow the links to the originating pages, the Person that

"Copied" the info for his site did not copy all the relevant info on every mod.



For instance:

The 'Power Increase' mod is missing the important info at the bottom of My original page...

This mod was originally written by M.T. Stacey, KC4HGH in an article published in CQ magazine of September 1989 on page 48.

There was also supposed to be an Update in 73 magazine of November 1989 on page 76, Although I have never been able to

find a copy to verify it. If you have a copy, Let me know, I would like to obtain a copy.



Copy of update by M.T.STACEY, KC4HGH

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

Due to a technical error, innacuracy in my original test setup, the PEP power levels on page 48 of Sept.

"73 Amateur Radio" were erroneous. After revamping the test bench equipment, and testing the new

wattmeter against a Bird 43, the findings are as follows, In modified radios, 2-3 watts carrier, and 10-12 watts

PEP average increase over the stock peaked-out radios. Therefore, the original goal was reached, i.e. more

power with better audio and less stress in the RF output section.



I sincerely apologize to everyone who have been inconvenienced by the original results printed.

With regards to all, M. T. Stacey.



So, If you want the all the real info, visit JShorney's page and the Rogerbird 2510 site.

incolor.inetnebr.com/jshorney/2510.htm

and

Rogerbird.tripod.com



(You would think if someone is gonna 'steal' pages they would get

the important info too.. <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/mad.gif ALT=">:"> )



Rogerbird


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