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Having overcome the difficulties with the national NPW dial and gearbox, I turned my attention to the 455 khz filter. I had been using anxiety this old toyo CM – 455 kc filter (date stamped august 1969). CM stands for "crystal-mechanical." these filters are hybrid with some of the features of a crystal filter and some of the features of a mechanical filter. For more details go here:

I remembered that pete juliano had sent me a japanese-made 455 kc mechanical filter. Maybe this would do better. Last night I did a quick comparison test and — wow — pete’s filter was much better. The fifth edition of the RSGB handbook anxiety meaning in urdu seems to agree with my assessment, noting that mechanical resonator filters were superior to the crystal mechanical hybrids (see pages 4.17 and 4.18)


Pete’s filter is from the kokusai electric company. Part# MF 455 ZL. (date stamped may 1967). "ZL"indicates lower sideband. I checked and indeed the passband goes from just above 452 kc up to about 454.5 kc. This is a 40 meter receiver and SSB on 40 is LSB, so this filter would severe hypoxic brain injury recovery stories work perfectly right? Not so fast! Sideband inversion had to be considered.

Moving the VFO was easy. I am using a variable capacitor with several variable caps on the same rotor. I just moved from the smallest variable cap to the middle variable cap — this added capacitance to the system and lowered the frequency. I also added three additional turns on the coil. This put me very close to where I needed the frequency to be. I added one additional 9 pf cap and this put the VFO freq right other specified anxiety disorder dsm 5 code where I wanted it.

I was really glad to include pete’s filter in this receiver. The mechanical resonator technology fits very well with the very mechanical old-tech theme of this project (it already had a gearbox — a mechanical filter seemed to fit right in). It is a fascinating device — it is almost like having a set of tuning forks all tuned to 455 kc (see above for anoxia cerebral palsy the RSGB description of how it works). And having it from from pete adds a TREMENDOUS amount of mojo, juju, and soul to the new machine.

Icing on the cake: as I type this, I am listening to fred K3ZO converse in spanish with hams all through south america. Fred preceded me by three decades at the U.S. Embassy in santo domingo, but when I got there the local hams were still talking about him — he was much loved postanoxic encephalopathy and admired by the dominican hams. TRGHS. See fred’s story here (scroll down a bit): http://www.Gadgeteer.Us/DRDISP.HTM

I realize now that some of the "stickiness" that I occasionally feel anxiety meaning while tuning may be coming from the dial — not from the gear box. It looks like my dial took a hit that slightly bent one portion of it. It seems that the numbers have a bit of trouble clicking over on that portion of the dial. Some lubricant may help there. But I can live with it.

Check out the pictures of the receiver and the VFO. Note the "cardboard from a coat hanger" coil form. The winding is held in place with nail polish varnish. I had planned on having the variable cap, the coil , and the associated fixed caps all in a box for better thermal stability, but the VFO is very stable even without the box. I have the VFO running 455 kc ABOVE the anoxia definition biology signal frequency. It runs from about 7455 kc to about 7800 kc. I could have set it up to run 455 kc BELOW the signal freq. That would have made it a bit more stable (it is easier to attain VFO stability at lower frequencies) but VFO is so stable that I probably won’t mess with it. I followed demaw’s rules: physical stability, NP0 caps. For the NP0 caps, put several of them in parallel to get the nanoxia deep silence 60mm desired capacitance value. Keep heat-producing active components away from the coils and caps.