FS: 10M FM Commerical Synth Rig 35Watts, $80+ship

FS: 10M FM Commerical Synth Rig 35Watts, $80+ship

Post by Joe K7JO » Fri, 30 Oct 1998 04:00:00

Hello,
I have a very nice condition Pace Mobile Commerical low band radio
that has been converted to 10 meter FM.   Radio runs 8 channels and
is diode programmable. Rated at 35 watts FM output. Radio includes
matching hand mic too.

Rig controls include Power, Volume, Squelch, Channel Selector
with LED read out and Tone (CTCSS) switch.  Busy/On Air
lamps too.   Size is about the
same as a bigger 2 meter rig, older CB rig, etc.  Looks commerical.  

The radio is rated at 35 watts output per the back panel heat sink
marking.  On the bench into a dummy load, I  measured 40 watts
steady output at 13.8V DC drawing about 6 amps.  The heat sink
was just warm to the touch after a 1 minute TX.  Receive sensitivity
is about 0.5 microvolt (very sensitive).

I worked several JA's from the west coast this past weekend when
CQWW SSB got boring.  I also worked lots of stateside stations
via the 29.640 repeater.  Reports were good.

Radio is currently set up as follows:

Channel     Freq RX       Freq TX
1            29.600       29.600   simplex calling freq
2            29.620       29.520   repeater
3            29.500       29.500   simplex alternate calling freq
4            29.640       29.540   repeater
5            29.400       29.400   simplex
6            29.660       29.560   repeater
7            spare         spare   nothing programmed here
8            29.680       29.580   repeater

This is diode programmable, so you can change/add the freq that
you desire.  All current USA-bandplan repeaters have
been programmed.   Rig works fine per on-the-air contacts, and with
40 watts of output, this rig provides ample output to maintain
a contact (compared to the 10M all mode rigs which typically
run a mere 8 to 10 watts on FM).  

Makes a great mobile/home 10M FM rig, or connect it up to your
440 rig or repeater for 10M FM remote base.  Simple to use,
rugged, inexpensive.

$80+shipping from Portland, Oregon

Email if interested.
thanks,
Joe K7JOE

 
 
 

FS: 10M FM Commerical Synth Rig 35Watts, $80+ship

Post by don davi » Sat, 31 Oct 1998 04:00:00



> Hello,
> I have a very nice condition Pace Mobile Commerical low band radio
> that has been converted to 10 meter FM.   Radio runs 8 channels and
> is diode programmable. Rated at 35 watts FM output. Radio includes
> matching hand mic too.

> Rig controls include Power, Volume, Squelch, Channel Selector
> with LED read out and Tone (CTCSS) switch.  Busy/On Air
> lamps too.   Size is about the
> same as a bigger 2 meter rig, older CB rig, etc.  Looks commerical.

> The radio is rated at 35 watts output per the back panel heat sink
> marking.  On the bench into a dummy load, I  measured 40 watts
> steady output at 13.8V DC drawing about 6 amps.  The heat sink
> was just warm to the touch after a 1 minute TX.  Receive sensitivity
> is about 0.5 microvolt (very sensitive).

> I worked several JA's from the west coast this past weekend when
> CQWW SSB got boring.  I also worked lots of stateside stations
> via the 29.640 repeater.  Reports were good.

> Radio is currently set up as follows:

> Channel     Freq RX       Freq TX
> 1            29.600       29.600   simplex calling freq
> 2            29.620       29.520   repeater
> 3            29.500       29.500   simplex alternate calling freq
> 4            29.640       29.540   repeater
> 5            29.400       29.400   simplex
> 6            29.660       29.560   repeater
> 7            spare         spare   nothing programmed here
> 8            29.680       29.580   repeater

> This is diode programmable, so you can change/add the freq that
> you desire.  All current USA-bandplan repeaters have
> been programmed.   Rig works fine per on-the-air contacts, and with
> 40 watts of output, this rig provides ample output to maintain
> a contact (compared to the 10M all mode rigs which typically
> run a mere 8 to 10 watts on FM).

> Makes a great mobile/home 10M FM rig, or connect it up to your
> 440 rig or repeater for 10M FM remote base.  Simple to use,
> rugged, inexpensive.

> $80+shipping from Portland, Oregon

> Email if interested.
> thanks,
> Joe K7JOE

Hi, my name is Don Davis, my call is WB3AXQ.  If the radio is still
available, I would like to buy it.  Please let me know if its sold or
not.  Thanks, BCNU, Don.
 
 
 

FS: 10M FM Commerical Synth Rig 35Watts, $80+ship

Post by Bernard A Doehn » Fri, 06 Nov 1998 04:00:00

Hi Joe:

If the Radio is still available, please contact me!

Thanks..

Bernie nu1s/2

: >
: > Hello,
: > I have a very nice condition Pace Mobile Commerical low band radio
: > that has been converted to 10 meter FM.   Radio runs 8 channels and
: > is diode programmable. Rated at 35 watts FM output. Radio includes
: > matching hand mic too.
: >
: > Rig controls include Power, Volume, Squelch, Channel Selector
: > with LED read out and Tone (CTCSS) switch.  Busy/On Air
: > lamps too.   Size is about the
: > same as a bigger 2 meter rig, older CB rig, etc.  Looks commerical.
: >
: > The radio is rated at 35 watts output per the back panel heat sink
: > marking.  On the bench into a dummy load, I  measured 40 watts
: > steady output at 13.8V DC drawing about 6 amps.  The heat sink
: > was just warm to the touch after a 1 minute TX.  Receive sensitivity
: > is about 0.5 microvolt (very sensitive).
: >
: > I worked several JA's from the west coast this past weekend when
: > CQWW SSB got boring.  I also worked lots of stateside stations
: > via the 29.640 repeater.  Reports were good.
: >
: > Radio is currently set up as follows:
: >
: > Channel     Freq RX       Freq TX
: > 1            29.600       29.600   simplex calling freq
: > 2            29.620       29.520   repeater
: > 3            29.500       29.500   simplex alternate calling freq
: > 4            29.640       29.540   repeater
: > 5            29.400       29.400   simplex
: > 6            29.660       29.560   repeater
: > 7            spare         spare   nothing programmed here
: > 8            29.680       29.580   repeater
: >
: > This is diode programmable, so you can change/add the freq that
: > you desire.  All current USA-bandplan repeaters have
: > been programmed.   Rig works fine per on-the-air contacts, and with
: > 40 watts of output, this rig provides ample output to maintain
: > a contact (compared to the 10M all mode rigs which typically
: > run a mere 8 to 10 watts on FM).
: >
: > Makes a great mobile/home 10M FM rig, or connect it up to your
: > 440 rig or repeater for 10M FM remote base.  Simple to use,
: > rugged, inexpensive.
: >
: > $80+shipping from Portland, Oregon
: >
: > Email if interested.
: > thanks,
: > Joe K7JOE