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Old 07-25-2009, 01:52 PM
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Question anyone no witch vfo for tram titan 2


does any one out there know witch vfo
will fit my tram titan 2 ?
i have a siltronix model 80 it is the 5 on back.
i tried it but nothing. i also tried the 3.
id like to have on on it.
any help would be great.
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Old 07-25-2009, 02:40 PM
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sometimes they use the channel 23 crystal slot for the vfo
did you try it on channel 23?
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According to the Original Docs from Siltronix, none of the VFOs will work on the Titan II, Looks like it requires 13mhz xtals so #1 is closest with 11.5-12mhz output or so.... Next is the #5 with 10.7-11.x or so... Not sure if either of those will quite make 13mhz without mods though.

A Pal Model A is 11-12 and should tune 13 from what I recall. You can also hunt around for a Glenn Digital controller, or make something up. Crystals are a bit pricy now days, depending where you need to go may be an option. However you do it, the old Titan isn't very broad banded...

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sometimes they use the channel 23 crystal slot for the vfo
did you try it on channel 23?
yes i did.

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According to the Original Docs from Siltronix, none of the VFOs will work on the Titan II, Looks like it requires 13mhz xtals so #1 is closest with 11.5-12mhz output or so.... Next is the #5 with 10.7-11.x or so... Not sure if either of those will quite make 13mhz without mods though.

A Pal Model A is 11-12 and should tune 13 from what I recall. You can also hunt around for a Glenn Digital controller, or make something up. Crystals are a bit pricy now days, depending where you need to go may be an option. However you do it, the old Titan isn't very broad banded...
ok thank you for the info.
it has a home brew on it but it drifts.

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