[Boatanchors] Fwd: radio
wlfuqu00 at uky.edu
Sun Aug 12 21:43:00 EDT 2012
Hallicrafters and Hamarlund receivers us X to indicate the receiver has
a crystal filter.
The SX140 is the only one that breaks this rule as far as I know. Are there
any others that
you guys can think of? I just thought it was interesting.
Nice combination for someone who started with that station as a novice.
I first had a transmitter made by General Electronics and a HQ129X.
The TX did not work out so well so I traded it in on a Challenger. And when
I got my
General got a HG10 VFO.
At 09:10 PM 8/12/2012 -0400, you wrote:
>a friend sent me this so I thought I would forward in case any of
>You were interested.
>73 de Mark, KX8XX FIRST WN8CKZ
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From: "Allen Alter" <kc8oti at triton.net>
>Date: Aug 12, 2012 9:00 PM
>To: "Don Brown" <jrbrowndl at yahoo.com>, "bruce pierce" <
>rbrucepierce at gmail.com>, "Bruce MacLean" <wa8iih at yahoo.com>, "Bradley King"
><bking63055 at yahoo.com>, "BILL N8NJA" <bkn8nja at att.net>, "Rick Smedberg" <
>hrsmedberg at hotmail.com>
>i have a HELECRAFTER HT 40, MATCHING SX 140, AN MATCHING VFO,
>MANUALS, AN QT. JAR OF XRALS
>AN A 110 VAC COAX SWITCH
>RADIOS HAVE BEEN REBUILT OR UPGRADED SO THEY'ER SUPOSED TO BE WORKING LK NEW
>ALLEN KC8OTI 73
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