Calling all youth contesters!

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by WQ2N, Feb 19, 2007.

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  1. WQ2N

    WQ2N Ham Member QRZ Page

    oops wasn't clear maybe in my last message. The bands for contest are 10M, 15M, 20M, 40M, and 80M. hopefully work you on 20 or 40. If you have AIM my name is - kc2nmz. Talk about it more. MSN kc2nmz(at)hotmail(dot)com
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I'll get back to you if I can absolutely do the contest.
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What is the date?
  4. WQ2N

    WQ2N Ham Member QRZ Page

    This saturday, 1800Z-0600Z
    max operating 10 hours for single op.
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I am out.
    I am busy this Saturday.

  6. WQ2N

    WQ2N Ham Member QRZ Page

    Last chance to join in for the NAQP RTTY Test this weekend! Need to know before the contest if interested!

    73's Paul/WQ2N

    Young Hotshots
    1. VE6WTF - AB
    2. WQ2N - NJ
  7. VE6WTF

    VE6WTF Ham Member QRZ Page

    No contacts!
    My radio went to the gutter after that opening into europe.

    somehow the centerpin on the SO-239 got connected to the chassie?
    somewhere in the circuit board.
    So now I gotta get my darn radio fixed.

    But at least I talked to France, Italy, and England first
  8. DJ1YFK

    DJ1YFK Guest

    Sorry to hear that.
    If you just measured this with an ohmmeter, there is probably nothing wrong with that. Most HF transceivers have a RF choke from the antenna connector to ground. It has a low DC resistance but a very high reactance for RF.

    What are the symptoms; just no RF output? Does it draw current when transmitting, what do the internal meters say?
  9. MI0JVI

    MI0JVI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Just to let you know Kyle, Gi is a really soughtafter place...especially on CW, due to the number of hams in NI.

    73 Jonathan
  10. VE6WTF

    VE6WTF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Everything works up to par,
    Just IT SHOULD NOT!!!!!!
    be conducting that well with the chassie.
    I dont want to be using the radio as a dummy load!
    there is NO resistance between the chassie and the center pin of the SO-239[​IMG]
    I think I have to "Take it to the repair shop"
    If you know what I mean.

    I am leaning towards a peice of stray solder sticking somewhere in the circiut just before the output.
    if its not that then I will have to take it to someone else as I have not enought knowledge other than my eyeballs.
    I can see when something is wrong, and see the problem.

    But I have no idea how to test for one. well I do.
    But if its a little more complicated than a bit of solder.
    I will take it in and have it looked at.
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