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XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

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marc-ynm
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XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

Postby marc-ynm » Thu Oct 03, 2013 4:19 pm

Is there a way in CPS to change LO or similar in the XTS2500 mk III ?
just so happens a weak internally generated sproggie is right on the main local frequency.
anyone point me to the right section of the CPS - if i can please ?

Mark

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Re: XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

Postby Jim202 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 6:21 am

marc-ynm wrote:Is there a way in CPS to change LO or similar in the XTS2500 mk III ?
just so happens a weak internally generated sproggie is right on the main local frequency.
anyone point me to the right section of the CPS - if i can please ?

Mark



Been in this radio field a long time and have never heard of a "SPROGGIE". Can you please explain to me and the rest of the group just what this is.

Jim

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Re: XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

Postby jpa » Sat Oct 05, 2013 9:58 am

Jim202 wrote:Been in this radio field a long time and have never heard of a "SPROGGIE". Can you please explain to me and the rest of the group just what this is.

Jim

You can't figure out based on the context that he's talking about a birdie, or self-quieting frequency?

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Re: XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

Postby marc-ynm » Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:52 pm

Yes, I've been in radio 30+ years too, must be lost in translation over the pond :)
- its a 'birdie' :) - an internally generated 'carrier' on a freq i want to monitor..

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Re: XTS2500 sproggie on wanted frequency

Postby marc-ynm » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:28 pm

can nobody help please ? - i i could do with 'nudging' this birdie off a freq we use...


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