Re: receiver overload

Jerry Gaffke

The stock uBitx provides a DC path to ground.
During receive, that would be K3-12,14, K1-12,14, L1,2,3,4,  and T2.

Don's AGC fix adds AC coupling, there is no DC path:
Perhaps a 1k resistor from antenna to ground is in order there.


On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 02:04 pm, Tim Gorman wrote:
I'm sure it happens. But not consistently. You need wind and something
to create the charge like blowing dust. If the tuner is dissipating the
charge why doesn't the rig itself do it, at least with an unbalanced

tim ab0wr
. . .


On Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:47:00 -0500
"K9HZ" <@Doc_Bill> wrote:
Unless the antenna is picking up a static charge and the antenna
tuner is acting like an impedance to ground draining that charge
off. Don't laugh, it happens.

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