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Exciter needed from Low band Micor

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Exciter needed from Low band Micor

Postby George » Mon Jun 26, 2017 1:02 pm

Okay, here's what I am looking for...

I had a low band exciter for a Micor mobile. It was a 30-36 range 2 version.

This was also a phase modulated version that used the PL board with wider pin spacing.

Anyone have one? I need one for a base station and the reason I want the PM version is because I have channel elements on 29.6,29.56 and 29.52 that are for the mobile, that is, the PM version. I don't want to transfer the crystals to a true FM exciter. Would rather use it as is.

Anyone have a range two exciter they wish to sell? This is going into a base station with a real 25-30 MHz 100 watt continuous duty PA.

George

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