Sincere thanks to Pihernz for sending the photo below so you can have a look at this old school favorite with the new school insides.
- Channels: 40
- Modes: AM / LSB / USB / FM
- Frequency: 26,965 to 27,405 Mhz
- Power in Tx: 4W (AM / FM) 12W (SSB)
- Impedance: 50 Ohms
- Power: 13.8 V C.C.
- Handheld microphone, disconnectable on the side
- Backlit display with channel indicator and radio functions.
- Stationary wave meter (ROE)
- Output power and reception signal indicator (SWR METER)
- Dimensions: 198 x 57 x 235 mm
- Weight: 1,800 gr.
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You can see the vents on the covers, that’s a pretty good sign.
I think we’re gonna have similar boards to 6900v and 7900v.
I think it will have the same Rx and Tx performance with the same frequency stability.
Because I find that the old-fashioned circuits with all the trimmers of settings, are the door open to all possible and imaginable drifts between the hot and cold device.
For me the evolution for these radios 10M and CB are in the right direction.
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