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 2m Transverter for Flex6300 
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Any suggestions please for 2m Transverter for Flex6300./Thank You.gm0lze


Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:03 am
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GM0LZE wrote:
Any suggestions please for 2m Transverter for Flex6300./Thank You.gm0lze

It just depends how seriously you are about 2M.
If it's just casual, speech QSOs, almost anything will do.
If you want to fully exploit the band, and the Flex, something like the Kuhne TR144 Pro.
The Flex has a transverter interface so you're not limited in choice.

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Thanks for that Tony.Its just for FM and some ssb aurora when available.Thank You.gm0lze


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I recently bought a Ukranian 2m transverter, superb for the price (about £50 fully built)
The frequency accuracy is not great but easily adjusted, and I think someone has built a proper stable oscillator for it. plug and play with the Flex, I got the txvtr drive version and drive it quite low, waiting for a cheap amp to come up then it will be fully usable. (Drive them too high and the signal is a bit raggy)


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