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ICOM IC-2410 Receive Expansion Mod [message #90] Sun, 17 December 2006 15:57 Go to next message
kc2nda is currently offline  kc2nda
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The following diodes are located on the Logic Unit circuit board. The Logic Unit circuit board sits behind the front panel of the radio. To get to the board remove the top and bottom of the case. Now notice that the front section of the radio is a separate unit from the main body of the radio. Remove the 4 screws holding the sections together but do not yet separate the sections. Place the radio on a table so that it is right side up. Carefully start to separate the sections being careful of ribbon cables that connect the front section of the radio to the rear. If you look at the back of the circuit board on the front section towards the lower part of the radio, you will clearly see three glbassdiodes labeled D8, D9 and D10. You will know this is the right circuit board because a lithium battery will be taped to it. These are the diodes to cut to get extended receive range as follows:

D8 320-399, 830-950 800 Mhz coverage requires new antenna input
D9 118-135
D10 400-479

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Re: ICOM IC-2410 Receive Expansion Mod [message #122 is a reply to message #90] Sun, 11 March 2007 22:38 Go to previous message
celes_maxtrac is currently offline  celes_maxtrac
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Pretty good huh.

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