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Old 18th Sep 2023, 12:09 am   #1
Julesomega
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Default CIO Xtals

Looking through my 8MHz crystals this evening, I found a few marked USB, LSB, and CW, conveniently marked also with their frequencies:
USB 8989
LSB 8986
CW 8988.3

If these are for Carrier Insertion this would imply an IF of 8987.5kHz with a b/w of about 2kHz, but maybe they are part of a crystal mixer synth system from an early 23-channel CB rig.

Any ideas how they were used?
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Old 18th Sep 2023, 8:16 am   #2
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Default Re: CIO Xtals

That was certainly an IF range I recall being used in some 70s and 80s HF transceivers, so I guess you're right in thinking that they are USB/LSB/CW crystals.
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