Question about Yaesu Radio Communications
At first my icom v100 operates normal when i keep it in the box. when i plug it on to my power supply after many months of not using it, strange things happen. all channel has no TX and RX and everytime i push the PTT, the display goes flashing. and the local fm station can be heard in all channel. what could be the problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 148GTL Cobra (no tx)
the dx 2527 has a fine ransmitter. it is choked out by the factory to pass FCC reg's. With about $4.00 in parts from the rat shack you can really make it talk. my personal 2527 dead keys around 3 watts with around 45 50 watts on rms with bird meter around 60 with crappy dosey.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Unfortunately, most people look to unlock the clarifier in radio's it is locked in.
From what I understand it is possible to lock it in that radio, however I do not know it because I usually unlock it in my radio's.
I also did a search, and asked a few people I know who are also very good with radio's and they do not know either. The only thing I found was this, and you have to pay this shop to do it.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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