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  • Re: AM mode frequency control?

    Thanks Phil. Yes I was afraid of that. The 450D is designed that way and no way to un attenuate that part of the band. Oh well. Sent from Mike's iPad WA1MAD

    maddmd818 12 hours ago
  • Re: AM mode frequency control?

    Indeed. There are other am broadcast bands on upper frequencies. On those you can turn off the attenuator but not on the lowest band, that is right. Nicolas

    zombi_net 12 hours ago
  • Re[2]: [ft-450d] AM mode frequency control?

    I make sure my antenna tuner is in bypass and get nice sensitivity using my G5RV. Not much of a test but WSM in Nashville. TN is 20 over S9 in Brandon, MS at

    ad5olawrence 12 hours ago
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