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I would think so.
Sounds like s dusty or faulty encoder.
If you have some “deoxit” try a small amount on the VFO stem.
I’ve not seen one since it is so close to the 3b in operation. You might try the AT_SPRINT yahoo group.
set the desired Frequency for each band. Or if your only want to change one band, set that frequency then select another band then back to the band you want to change. Now save per the instructions in the manual. In other words, to save a frequency on a single hand, you have to set it, then move off of that band and then back on it before you can save it.
I find these work pretty well:
You might try an inline volume control.
None that I know of. You may try thr contact email address for more info.
If you are using a resonant antenna ther will be no need for a tuner.
If you run a non-resonant antenna the a tuner will be necessary. The Elecraft T1 tunner is a perfect addition to any of the MTR series radios.
If you choose to run resonant antennas then the LNR EFT-10/20/40 properly trimmed will work great without a tuner on thise bands.
The MFJ will week fine on all the bands covered by the W4OP Loop.October 15, 2017 at 12:53 am in reply to: MTR3b (and 5b) – how does the battery voltage alarm work? #3655
The letter “L” will be displayed on the LED readout when the voltage drops below the set point. The factory setting is 5.5 volts. This is the absolute minimum the MTR3 will functionoperate at.
73 for now,
go into the menu and set “CW VOX” to “DISABLE”
No. if you were leaving it outside then tuning at 6 feet may be ok. But since you are putting it in the attic there will be far more interference and it will need to be tuned in the attic
That is correct. it is actually designed in Russia.
I think it is the very last page. If not go to http://www.aerial-52.com/new-sky-sdr/
LnR passed on all information to them.
Not to my knowledge. But the LD-5 is the same protocol as the kenwood 2000.