yes indeed. Aeroflex 8800
ok, On my MASTR III i had to add to the slugs. I didn't know if I would have to do something on the quantar as well.
That has always been the way I do the Quantar front end. I've never had a problem doing it that way. You can screw with that probe all you want, but you'll come out with the same results.I have also just peaked them all for best SINAD and came out with the same resulting sensitivity.
The probe is good if your changing the tuning from one extreme end of the band to the other.That has always been the way I do the Quantar front end. I've never had a problem doing it that way. You can screw with that probe all you want, but you'll come out with the same results.
If its a range 2 receiver many won't make it to 145Mhz. Try programming 146 then 147 or 148MHz to map out where it goes out of lock.As it sits right now the rx fail led is blinking. I will keep working with it and see what I can come up with. It did go from 155 down to 145mhz.
There should be a way to tweak a part on the exciter board to extend the transmit lock range slightly. I don't have the specific info but maybe someone else on this forum does. If you can get it to lock, the tuning slugs should cover down to 145MHz or at lest the one's I've played with will.You are correct. I got it to work! I seen now where it says 146 is about the bottom of the barrel .