Camping: Brought the GoPro along to film a quick QRP Field Radio outing with my Icom IC-703+ Plus (with W4RT Filters) on a hill ...
This video is a continuation of my series, QRP contacts. This contact will be the first of many to come using this ICOM IC-703 Plus.
This is a follow up of my Icom IC 703 portable Part 2 video. This time I was set up at a local park not far from my home.The band ...
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Modifications for the Icom IC-703
IC-703 '60-metre transmit mod,' plus full transmit HF/6 metre
Author: ve4rrb, Bob
First remove the nine screws which fasten the top cover of the radio. Do NOT remove the four screws which secure the speaker to the top cover. Carefully remove the top cover. Unplug the speaker wires connector from the board and put the top cover aside. Find silk-screened characters UT-102 at front edge of board. Immediately to the left of these characters are 14 pairs of pads for a diode matrix. The radio comes with diodes installed at pair 1, pair 6, pair 8 and pair 11, counting from right-to-left, beginning at characters UT-102. Rigs delivered to non-USA/CANADA destinations may have a different complement of diodes in this matrix. Remove the diode at pad pair 6, again, counting from right-to-left, beginning at characters UT-102. You are now finished the 60-metre transmit mod. Plug ...
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