Bill Fuqua wlfuqu00 at UKY.EDU
Sun Mar 16 19:12:03 EDT 2008

    This is an interesting comment. And the question should be how drifty.
In comparison to todays rigs all tube rigs would be drifty.
Basically all new solid state production rigs are crystal controlled.
One time we would not be so concerned about a few hundred Hertz drift but
today the younger hams would comment on your drifting signal.

Bill wa4lav

At 09:21 PM 3/14/2008 -0400, Bob Peters wrote:
>Hi All... I have FOR SALE a DX-100B in fantastic condition. On a 10
>scale it is a 9.5 at least. Has PTT, Full output, Modulation has been
>checked on an AM Mod monitor and it will modulate at 100% without
>negative peaks. I got this transmitter about 3 years ago from Jeff W0XV.
>I will supply 3 Xtals with it a 3,880,85 and 90. The VFO is drifty so I
>always use xtals. It can be shipped but would prefer a pick up in
>Mesquite,TX. I will drive and meet up to 100 Miles. A picture can be
>seen on my website www.w1pe.com or on QRZ. Yell at me off line at
>rwpeters at swbell.net or at 972-288-9911 before 2130 CDT. Price is $400.00
>FIRM and well worth it. It has been operated daily.
>Very Best 73's
>Bob W1PE
>The Voice of Mesquite
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