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Old 3rd Dec 2020, 4:56 pm   #1
sna68240
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Smile Question about CW output FT101ZD

Hello,

I'm happy to have found this forum concerning the vintage radios.
I use an old Yaesu FT101-ZD. I have question concerning the CW output.
Could somebody help me just by doing a small test if you use a FT-101ZD as well ?

If I set the CW output to 12W for example, PROC switch OFF, this power decreases about 3 W by activating the PROC to ON.

I don't know if this behaviour is normal or not.....
Please who could make this simple test and inform me ?

Thank you very much!!
Best regards. 73.
Stephane.

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Old 4th Dec 2020, 4:35 pm   #2
James Duncan
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Default Re: Question about CW output FT101ZD

The Processor is for use with a microphone, leave it off and adjust CW rf out put
cheers

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Hello,

I'm happy to have found this forum concerning the vintage radios.
I use an old Yaesu FT101-ZD. I have question concerning the CW output.
Could somebody help me just by doing a small test if you use a FT-101ZD as well ?

If I set the CW output to 12W for example, PROC switch OFF, this power decreases about 3 W by activating the PROC to ON.

I don't know if this behaviour is normal or not.....
Please who could make this simple test and inform me ?

Thank you very much!!
Best regards. 73.
Stephane.
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