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Receiver for sure beta sm58 only recieves signal within 2"

How do you start to repair receiver when it only receives signal on one antenna within 2" of microphone and does not receive signal on 2nd antenna at all

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Check all connections, maybe a bad bnc or a crushed cable...if all looks well use a multimeter to check continuity, also check to see if 12 V dc is on the inner conductor. I have seen this prob, it most likely relates to a bad surface mount resistor in the unit.

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I am looking for an amplified TV antenna to receive several stations within line of sight about 20 miles away.


I have an ordinary antenna for digital TV and use an ordinary amplifier that one end fastens up within six feet of the top of antenna and the other end plugs into an electrical receptacle in my house and both ends are right on my antenna wire that hooks to my tv. I live 80 miles from Detroit Michigan and across Lake Erie from Cleveland Ohio and I get 50 channels on my tv. all the time

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Problems in CB Radio Receive and Modulation


Much of the time complaints about CB receive (RX) and modulation are caused by problems in the antenna system. Make sure there are no shorted or open connections in the coaxial cable or PL-259 (screw-on connectors for coaxial cable, located at the antenna and rear of CB radio) connectors. Use your radio's meter or better still, a Power/SWR meter to check the SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) of the antenna. Try to get that as close as possible to a 1:1 ratio on the meter. A shorted or open antenna can keep the receive audio on your radio at very low levels. Plus, this will harm your transmitter if you continue keying the mike.

Another problem can surface in the radio itself. This will be noticed if you can transmit, but have no "modulation". Modulation can be described as the voice heard above the "carrier" (your transmitted signal). Every CBer knows about the term, modulation. The Truckers will definitely inform you about your modulation quality...lol. This problem can be caused by a defective AMC (Automatic Modulation Control) stage in the receiver circuit. Also, there will be no modulation upon transmit.

One other thing could be causing this lack of receive audio. Defective wiring or switching in the microphone can result in no audio. Additionally, in many radios, a missing mike will not allow receive, because the microphone connection completes the RX (Receive) circuit.

Solutions:
1. Check the antenna system, and fix any problems.
2. Check mike, or substitute another one.
3. Using meter, and/or another radio for listening on same channel, check power and receive.
4. You can probably fix 1, 2 and 3 yourself, or with the aid of a friend.
5. AMC problem in radio (as described above) will require professional service from a CB (Citizens Band) repair facility.

The above suggestions and advice will assist in repairing the majority of the symptoms described.

Regards, Bill

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Sirius radio problems


I would do the following, hoping one of them works.

1) DISCONNECT the power to the radio and SiriusXM unit to "clear" it. Then reconnect and ask Sirius to resend signat.

2) Ask Sirius to UNSUBCRIBE that radio so it is deactivated. Then, have them reactivate and resend programing signal.


3) Be sure your car is outside under clear sky when Sirius sends the program signal.


4) It is possible the antenna cable to your unit is loose at the connections and/or damaged. A weaker signal may get your stations, but may prevent the additional Navigational signals. Have the antenna checked thoroughly and tested. If car is still under warranty, this should be a covered diagnostic/repair.

5) Finally, be sure the correct Radio Serial Number is being activated. If your radio works, that is one service. But maybe they are putting a wrong number by some chance into the system to fix this one? For example, you have TWO radios in TWO cars. Are they sending the turn on signal to the WRONG radio? Not as farfetched as you might think.

Good luck!

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If you are sure with the antennae then the fault is with the RF section within, It can be related to a faulty RF section, tuner or IF. You need to take a signal test to confirm.

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When, I am walking around with either a guitar plugged in or a lavaliere microphone. I continue to get pops and static surging sounds. Is there a way to fix this.


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Although it has 2 antennae the AT201 is a single channel transmitter and receiver. As you move the transmitter about in relation to the receiver you are finding 'dead spots' in the room where the signal is reduced or even drops out completely. You can reduce the impact of this somewhat by doing the following things.
  1. Make sure there is a clear line of sight between transmitter and receiver.
  2. Move transmitter and receiver closer together
  3. Do not locate the receiver near large pieces of metal or near other electrical equipment, particularly things that have strong magnetic fields like transformers (including amplifier power-supplies) CD or DVD players, hearing loop amplifiers and loop cables.
  4. Turn off mobile phones and any other radio operated equipment that is not needed
  5. Turn the trim control on the transmitter to the maximum output that you can without causing distortion. The stronger the original signal from the transmitter the lower the related noise will appear to be (called signal - noise ratio)
  6. Turn the squelch control on the receiver up a bit to suppress noise - however doing so will reduce the strength of the output signal a bit so don't over do it.
  7. Use good quality screened cable between the receiver and your amplifier. Unfortunately the AT201 only has an un-balanced mono jack socket so this cable will be more prone to pick up radio interference than a twin core plus screen (balanced) cable.
  8. Make sure that your signal cable does not run parallel to, and close to, any mains electricity cables. If the signal cable needs to cross any mains cables it should do so at 90 degrees and the cables router well away from each other.
However the only real solution to this sort of problem is to use a full duplex (2 channel) transmitter / receiver system which will automatically switch to whichever channel is carrying the stronger signal. Typically these cost about 70% more than single channel units but they often use balanced cable outputs (stereo jack or xlr) which further reduce the propensity for noise due to interference.

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From what I know all receivers need an antenna, there should be a connection in the back for one. Sometimes you can just use a piece of wire if you live in a large city.

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There are two receivers and are used as "diversity" reception. That is, the strongest signal receiver output is used. As you move around, due to cancellation and reflections it is common for the diversity system to swap receivers. This is normal... HOWEVER there should not be a poplwhen it does this. You might experiment with the squelch level to improve performance. There is a possibilty there is a defect in your unit and repair would be beyond the capabilty and equipment you would have to troubleshoot the problem.

ONE thing is make sure the audio levels are turn up so the level is "not down in the noise" or in other words you have a good signal-to-noise ratio.

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