[Boatanchors] Using a Globe V-10 with a CE 20-A?

Fuqua, Bill L wlfuqu00 at uky.edu
Tue May 24 23:55:29 EDT 2011

There are two ways this could be done.
1. You could make an external buffer/multiplier that would produce the normal 160 to 10 meter outputs followed by a mixer and 9 MHz oscillator to 
produce the offset needed to work with the CE which has a 9 MHz SSB generator. 
    The advantage of this is that you can keep the original dial calibrations and run the V10 unmodified.

2. You can look at the scheme used with the BC458 as a VFO. It looks like most of the band switching and 
everything else that would be needed is in the V10.  80/20 meters uses 5-5.5 MHz.
Double that to get 10-11 MHz for 160 Meters. and so on as in the BC458. 10 meters is a problem because they
used a crystal controlled converter. 
   The good side is that you modify the V10 and have no external translation box but the down side is that
you will need new scales made up.

Bill wa4lav
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Subject: [Boatanchors] Using a Globe V-10 with a CE 20-A?

How nuts might it get to try to modify a Globe Electronics
V-10 VFO to work with a Central Electronics 20-A?


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