X-Phase qrm eliminator kit available.

Discussion in 'Homebrew and Kit Projects' started by PD7MAA, Nov 1, 2015.

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  1. PD7MAA

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    Attached Files:

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  2. KB1YFD

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    Not much information about the circuit on the web site. Wish there more more.

    KB1YFD
     
  3. VK5TM

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  4. PD7MAA

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    The kit has a rock solid tx circuit by using the TX ground and the relays are put in series. This is far more reliable on ssb than the German vox design.
    The Wimo X-Phase has the same vox problem causing uncontrolled switching of the relays.
     
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  5. KB1YFD

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    Thank you for the complete update and information.

    Best, John KB1YFD
     
  6. PD7MAA

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    40m test with my Haje Electronics X-Phase



    Have fun.

    73 John
     
  7. DK7OB

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    Impressive!

    What is your antenna configuration, especially what is your noise antenna?
    Does it work on the higher bands too?

    I have some local noise here from a certain direction and I am thinking about similar noise cancelers. I found some designs in the RSGB handbook, but they are for the 137 and 472 kHz bands.

    73,
    Wolf
     
  8. N3TWM

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    What instructions are provided with the kit? I'm a novice kit builder at best, what is the level of difficulty with this? I could certainly use this kit at my QTH.
     
  9. PD7MAA

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    @DK7OB

    The noise antenna is a wire around the windowframe of my shack . length aprox 6 m.
    So all angles of noise signals are received


    @N3TWM

    Simple instructions are privided for this is a easy to build project. The only difficult part could be the connection to the TX ground of your transceiver.

    73 John
     
  10. M6RGX

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    As for instructions....have you ever considered studying mind reading ?

    Scant and badly translated are the words I'd use as my son and I are in the process of identifying the components as I type, and I don't hold out much hope for this project ?

    Anyone got any idea where the PTT socket is wired to please ?

    bilzin@outlook.com


    Billy Jr would appreciate your help fellas

    73 de Bill Sr
     

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