Question about Radio Communications
Radio transmits on frequency, but does not recieve on any channel. I have a signal generator attached to radio but cant get a recieve signal. Have changed rx amp transistor but no luck.
If you're still getting loud squelch noise but do not receive on any channel, you must check the RF from the antenna to the audio stage(not included). There must be more than just one RF stage in this radio. Let me know what you find.
Posted on May 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
as far as the transmit frequency changing while you have the mic keyed this is normal, the transmit frequency is a little different than the receive, as far as the lost channels go you need to check the galaxy website and check to see if thier is any fixes listed. if none is listed then you can send the tech's a e-mail and tell them your problem and they will advise you on what to do.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
Ok! well i deffinitally know what the problem is. You need to play with the clarifier, i think all the way to the left is a "course and fine tune" knob. This is generally for use when talking on SSB. but may affect AM if its way off.
The clarifier lets you slide on the freq. some radios will go a full channel some will only go a little or above the center of the channel. You need to play with the clarifier, you probably need to turn the course a lot, untill the audio is almost clear on the channel you want to talk on, than use the fine to tune it in so it sounds like they are sitting right next to you.
what you should do is buy a Frequency counter, you got a nice radio, so the freq. counter wouldent hurt. lets say you want to be on channel 19. you would turn the clarifiers untill i read 27.1850 That would put you right on the money
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
1 why would you change the finals?? Have you checked you antenna? How are your SWR's? Crappy antenna's cause a lot of problems.
Use an external meter to see what the SWR is, and see what the output is PEP. If its low, then there is something wrong. If it is High, change the mic and turn up the dynamic all the way.
Next. Have you been messing around in there?? Tryin to get more wattage? You turned VR4? If you thought you were turning it up by turning it all the way to the right, you turned it all the way down. Turn it all the way to the left.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Check TR38 I have seen caps in the circut
go bad more then once if you have a schematic you should be able to find it if one
is bad,a capasator meter would help but you
can check them with a ohm meter.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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