Sort of the same design used in the Wee-Willy rig. VXO into pin 6
(unbalanced). Audio (from an LM386 serving as mic amp) into pin 8
I'm getting disappointing levles of carrier suppression. I don't have
the gear to measure it accurately, but I'm getting more carrier than I
got when I used diode modulators on earlier rigs. I estimate that the
carrier is about 10 db below voice peaks. I should be doing better.
Any thoughts on how to improve carrier suppression with the NE-602?
I've tried reducing the signal level at pin 6. This seems to help,
but not enough.
Would it help if I used a balance (two pin) input for the VXO input?
73 Bill CU2JL N2CQR