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Re: selling my V6

Bob Lunsford
 

Thanks for letting me know.

It did work but from the other VU-ham's video, I thought it had to be tuned. Now I learn too late that I should have left it alone.

I used WWV at 10 and 5 MHz ans then used WTAM at 1100 KHz as reference signals to zero beat. Got it very close but now I have the same signal on USB as on LSB. I'm giving up.

I even tried the locate screen in the menu but still same sig on USB as on LSB.

I no longer have as much patience as I had when younger. Maybe it will be a good deal for someone with more patience.

Bob — KK5R
nocrud222@...

On Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 3:58:16 PM EDT, Ashhar Farhan <farhanbox@...> wrote:


The BFO is pretuned from the factory. you don't HAVE to do it. This is a myth. It works out of the box for almost everyone. Many think that they need to do it and they mess it up. It will take you about 20 minutes to assemble it. Try it on air before giving it up.
- Farhan

On Thu, Jun 18, 2020 at 1:11 AM Bob Lunsford via groups.io <nocrud222=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I am selling my full kit V6. I do not have a way tyo do the BFO tuning, etc. Included will be the V6, microphone, complete kit box, etc. (all items I received with the kit).

It is nice and receives OK but the tune-up is what I cannot do. Wish it could be done but I do not have Cromium or a computer that will do the microphone to HF Sigs thing.

It will be sold for $200 stateside. If anyone is interested, email me at:


Bob — KK5R


Re: selling my V6

Ashhar Farhan
 

The BFO is pretuned from the factory. you don't HAVE to do it. This is a myth. It works out of the box for almost everyone. Many think that they need to do it and they mess it up. It will take you about 20 minutes to assemble it. Try it on air before giving it up.
- Farhan

On Thu, Jun 18, 2020 at 1:11 AM Bob Lunsford via groups.io <nocrud222=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I am selling my full kit V6. I do not have a way tyo do the BFO tuning, etc. Included will be the V6, microphone, complete kit box, etc. (all items I received with the kit).

It is nice and receives OK but the tune-up is what I cannot do. Wish it could be done but I do not have Cromium or a computer that will do the microphone to HF Sigs thing.

It will be sold for $200 stateside. If anyone is interested, email me at:


Bob — KK5R


Re: selling my V6

Bob Lunsford
 

I am selling my full kit V6. I do not have a way tyo do the BFO tuning, etc. Included will be the V6, microphone, complete kit box, etc. (all items I received with the kit).

It is nice and receives OK but the tune-up is what I cannot do. Wish it could be done but I do not have Cromium or a computer that will do the microphone to HF Sigs thing.

It will be sold for $200 stateside. If anyone is interested, email me at:

nocrud222@...

Bob — KK5R


5 & 12 VDC cooling fans for the V6 in particular. From past experience with these fans I have found that they can be a little noisy when moving air over a closely mounted surface. To quiet these things down I install a silicon rectifier diode in series with one of the leads The approx. .7v drop will usually slow it down so that it'l be less annoying.

JJ Kowal <arsk0wal@...>
 


Re: ANTUINO antenna analzer CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS REG

Bill Cromwell
 

Hi,

Does your analyzer tell what the R component (the resistive part) is?

SWR of less than 2:1 is of no importance to me (nor my radios). Ii have operated with SWR around 3:1 but I avoid more than that, even with tube finals. In a 50 ohm system a "perfect SWR should show you 50 ohms. resistance and no other reactance. If I accept some small SWR I want the resistive component on the higher side instead of on the lower side of 50 ohms. I am more interested in R value at my operating frequency and on a sweep I am also interested in that at the lowest SWR.

If you add to the lengths of your antenna it should lower the SWR and move the resonant frequency closer to where you operate. If you get that dip right on your operating range but the SWR is not quite perfect it will probably be very good. With dip where you report it is some effort getting it closer is worthwhile.

73,

Bill KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 6/17/20 12:44 PM, LAKSH MUTHU wrote:
HI GOOD DAY TO ALL.
I recently purchased an ANTUNINO Antenna Analyser.
I used it to measure the SWR of my antenna system. I erected an inverted VEE antenna system for 40 m and 20 m bands with a common single coaxial feeder. WhenI measured the SWR , the ANTUINO shows the following values.
*At 7.007MHZSWR is 1.9*
*At 14.554 MHZSWR is 1.8*
Subsequently using the plot function of the ANTUNINO I measured the frequencies at which SWRs are lowest and the values are as below.
*At 15.822MHZ SWRis1.0*
*At8.600 MHZSWRis 1.10*
*At11.900 MHZSWRis 1.10.*
As such I cannot understand *when the antenna system has been installed with calculated resonant lengths of arms corresponding to 7 MHZ and 14 MHZ bands, the SWRs are low on some other irrelevant frequencies.* Is there any error /mistake in my observation.?
. I appreciate, any one, kindly through some light on the above and give some tips on adjusting the system to achieve minimum SWRs in 7 and 14 MHZ (preferably on 7075 MHZ and 14.175 MHZ.
Thanks a lot in advance
With 73
MUTHU
VU2LMN
+919443114779


Re: ANTUINO antenna analzer CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS REG

Jorge Luiz Fenerich
 

      Hello Laksh, for the measurements you showed your antenna is short, try to increase 5cm at each end of the two antennas and measure again.
Jorge PY2PVT _._

Em qua., 17 de jun. de 2020 às 13:44, LAKSH MUTHU <vu2lmn@...> escreveu:

HI GOOD DAY TO ALL.

    I recently purchased an ANTUNINO Antenna Analyser.

   I used it to measure the SWR of my antenna system. I erected an inverted VEE antenna system  for  40 m and 20 m bands with a common single coaxial feeder. When  I measured the SWR , the ANTUINO shows the following values.

At    7.007MHZ     SWR is 1.9

At   14.554 MHZ  SWR is 1.8

     Subsequently using the plot function of the ANTUNINO I  measured  the frequencies at which  SWRs are lowest  and the values are as below.

At  15.822MHZ  SWR      is  1.0

At   8.600 MHZ   SWR    is  1.10

At   11.900 MHZ   SWR   is 1.10.

  As such  I cannot understand when the antenna system  has been installed with calculated resonant lengths of arms corresponding to  7 MHZ and 14 MHZ bands, the SWRs are low on some other irrelevant frequencies.  Is there any error /mistake in my observation.?

   . I appreciate, any one, kindly through some light on the above and give some tips on adjusting the system to achieve minimum SWRs in 7 and 14 MHZ (preferably on 7075 MHZ and 14.175 MHZ.

   Thanks a lot in advance

                                                                          With 73

                                                                           MUTHU 

                                                                           VU2LMN

                                                                         +919443114779




--
  73 de Jorge PY2PVT
  Campinas SP
  GG67MD


ANTUINO antenna analzer CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS REG

LAKSH MUTHU
 

HI GOOD DAY TO ALL.

    I recently purchased an ANTUNINO Antenna Analyser.

   I used it to measure the SWR of my antenna system. I erected an inverted VEE antenna system  for  40 m and 20 m bands with a common single coaxial feeder. When  I measured the SWR , the ANTUINO shows the following values.

At    7.007MHZ     SWR is 1.9

At   14.554 MHZ  SWR is 1.8

     Subsequently using the plot function of the ANTUNINO I  measured  the frequencies at which  SWRs are lowest  and the values are as below.

At  15.822MHZ  SWR      is  1.0

At   8.600 MHZ   SWR    is  1.10

At   11.900 MHZ   SWR   is 1.10.

  As such  I cannot understand when the antenna system  has been installed with calculated resonant lengths of arms corresponding to  7 MHZ and 14 MHZ bands, the SWRs are low on some other irrelevant frequencies.  Is there any error /mistake in my observation.?

   . I appreciate, any one, kindly through some light on the above and give some tips on adjusting the system to achieve minimum SWRs in 7 and 14 MHZ (preferably on 7075 MHZ and 14.175 MHZ.

   Thanks a lot in advance

                                                                          With 73

                                                                           MUTHU 

                                                                           VU2LMN

                                                                         +919443114779



Re: TFT/Touch screen VFO/BFO ver 5 with CAT #ubitx #bfo #cat

SP Bhatnagar
 

OM Jack,


The CAT is not that heavy. In fact the newer CAT commands are Two letter plus only required data and not like the earlier one sending 5 bytes for every command / data. I have separated the CAT functions and tried to make a collection of minimum needed functions (I call it CAT library though technically it is incorrect for Arduino). These are also available from github.com/sprakashb for all to use and enjoy.

Hope someone benefits. This is all a result of Lockdown :)

Thanks Neils for quickly giving out data.
Best,

VU2SPF


Interisting site

Gérard <kabupos@...>
 

hello,
If you want to find celculators and lots of other things about electronics.

For you it’s easy, it’s in English. Lol
cdt
https://www.daycounter.com/


Re: TFT/Touch screen VFO/BFO ver 5 with CAT #ubitx #bfo #cat

Joe
 

😁 Thanks 



On Thu, May 7, 2020, 1:12 PM SP Bhatnagar <vu2spf@...> wrote:
It is our pleasure to announce availability of the new improved version (v5) of our Color TFT/Touch Screen VFO/BFO for uBitx  with CAT , emulating Yaesu FT-2000. It has been tested with WSJTX, FLDIGI, JS8CALL.

Details are on vu2spf.blogspot.com and github.com/sprakashb.

73s and stay safe.

VU2SPF     &      VE1BWV
SP Bhatnagar & Joe Basque




Re: Hfsignals send ubitx on 3rd of march #ordering #ubitxv6 #homebrew #v6

Burçak Çubukçu
 

Dear Thomas,
Thank you for detailed info.
Take care and stay safe 
All the best from Turkey,
Burcak. 


Re: TFT/Touch screen VFO/BFO ver 5 with CAT #ubitx #bfo #cat

Niels Jalling
 

Arduino Mega:

Sketch uses 69842 bytes (27%) of program storage space. Maximum is 253952 bytes.
Global variables use 2306 bytes (28%) of dynamic memory, leaving 5886 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 8192 bytes.

Niels, OZ9NY


Re: TFT/Touch screen VFO/BFO ver 5 with CAT #ubitx #bfo #cat

Jack, W8TEE
 

What are the compile statistics now for % flash and %SRAM utilization? With CAT added, it's got to be getting tight.

Jack, W8TEE

On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 10:34:26 PM EDT, SP Bhatnagar <vu2spf@...> wrote:


Friends,

In our effort to provide a low cost attractive colour display with touch screen we have been working on this program and got good response from various users of Bitx and uBitx, using it for voice as well as digital modes. Recently we had updated the program (msg #78674) to include CAT, emulating a new generation rig like Yaesu FT-2000, using their new CAT command set. The arduino library for FT-2000 ( or any newer Yaesu rig)  was also released and is available from Github for experimenter Hams to use/improve/correct.

A minor bug was found in the TFT VFO BFO program and repaired. The corrected version is available on the Github.com/sprakashb .

We welcome your feedback to improve this program.

73s and stay safe.

VU2SPF    &      VE1BWV
SP Bhatnagar & Joe Basque



--
Jack, W8TEE


Re: TFT/Touch screen VFO/BFO ver 5 with CAT #ubitx #bfo #cat

SP Bhatnagar
 

Friends,

In our effort to provide a low cost attractive colour display with touch screen we have been working on this program and got good response from various users of Bitx and uBitx, using it for voice as well as digital modes. Recently we had updated the program (msg #78674) to include CAT, emulating a new generation rig like Yaesu FT-2000, using their new CAT command set. The arduino library for FT-2000 ( or any newer Yaesu rig) was also released and is available from Github for experimenter Hams to use/improve/correct.

A minor bug was found in the TFT VFO BFO program and repaired. The corrected version is available on the Github.com/sprakashb .

We welcome your feedback to improve this program.

73s and stay safe.

VU2SPF & VE1BWV
SP Bhatnagar & Joe Basque


Re: FS V6

John Veach <ke4d@...>
 

Email is good on QRZ


Re: bitx v6 is here

Dale Parfitt
 

What title are we discussing?

 

Dale W4OP

 

From: BITX20@groups.io [mailto:BITX20@groups.io] On Behalf Of W4MWD
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2020 9:15 PM
To: BITX20@groups.io
Subject: Re: [BITX20] bitx v6 is here

 

Over the last few months I've been searching for this title to no avail.   Has the publication been canceled?


Re: bitx v6 is here

W4MWD
 

Over the last few months I've been searching for this title to no avail.   Has the publication been canceled?


Re: Bro tuning aid mic error #calibration

joe@...
 

Thank you skip,mic access is on.
when I get home I’ll try from a laptop with mic built in


Re: shipping

 

Hi,

Is it so much more with DHL?  In Canada, we are hit with customs duties whether it goes through DHL or through Canada Post.  With the latter, they charge an extra processing fee of $10 on top of the duties charge, so it is still expensive.  With DHL, the duty is pre-paid so there is no customs processing charge through them.  Maybe in the UK, your shipments don't always get charged duty?  I think only the small stuff gets through here.

73 eh


Re: Bro tuning aid mic error #calibration

Skip Davis
 

No Arv, spellcheck got him he is trying to use the tuning aid for setting his BFO up. 

Skip Davis, NC9O

On Jun 16, 2020, at 13:18, Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote:


Joe

Way off-topic.  Apparently you posted this to the wrong discussion group!

Arv  K7HKL
_._


On Tue, Jun 16, 2020 at 10:32 AM <joe@...> wrote:
When accessing the bro tuning aid page on an iPhone via safari it displays the error Error: You must allow access to the microphone.
(ReferenceError: Can't find variable: AudioContext)

but mic access is enabled
I tried two other browsers FF and chrome and still no go.