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Increase the TX power of IC-7000 Mod [message #132] Sun, 13 May 2007 14:12 Go to next message
root is currently offline  root
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Increase the TX power of IC-7000 / IC-700 Mod

DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!

Build an adjustment jig plug by taking a 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8″) plug and short the tip to the barrel.

Enter the adjustment mode

Turn the transceiver's power OFF.

Connect the JIG plug to the [REMOTE] jack on the rear panel.

While pushing and holding [P.AMP/ATT] and [TUNE/CALL], turn the transceiver power ON.

Enter TX adjustment mode. : Push [F-2 (TX)]

CAUTION: Connect a dummy load to the antenna connectors during the transmitter adjustment.

Pushing [F-2 (TX)] until you see on the display PO MAX (HF)

Adjust the power using the dial (VFO)

Press F4 (SET) to accept.

The same can be done for
PO MAX (50 M)
PO MAX ( 144 M)
PO MAX ( 430 M)

Be careful you risk destroying your radio all adjustments are at your own risk.

Re: Increase the TX power of IC-7000 Mod [message #145 is a reply to message #132] Thu, 08 November 2007 12:57 Go to previous message
k7ats is currently offline  k7ats
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Registered: November 2007
Location: Kanab, UT, USA
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To make this adjustment, you must transmit with an audio input on the MIC connector of 30mV at 1.5kHz. Suggest a close look at service manual before trying.
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