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Re: SIP Crystal Sockets

Todd K7TFC
 


On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Chuck Carpenter <w5usj@...> wrote:
 

Terry,

More recently, I probably got them from Rex. He thought he might
offer them as Misc Parts but don't see them in the list.

Previously I got them from Jameco and sometimes Mouser. I'll see if I
can find a part number from them.

At 11:50 AM 3/9/2013, you wrote:
>GM Chuck,
>
>Do you happen to have a part number for the SIP sockets you show here
>http://w5usj.com/4sqrpsavxo.html
>
>Thanks much

Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
EM22cv, Rains Co. TX



SIP Crystal Sockets And From Rex

Chuck Carpenter
 

forwarded from Rex,  QRPme.com

Parts:Crystals:Sockets 10pin SIP for $1 each

It's under Misc Parts at the bottom of the crystals list.

I was looking for a separate entry... :-)


Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
EM22cv, Rains Co. TX


SIP Crystal Sockets Jameco

Chuck Carpenter
 

Terry,

Jameco is probably the best source other than going direct to China... :-)

Part no. 78642

This is a 30-pin SIPP

Mouse has lots of them for $$$...

Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
EM22cv, Rains Co. TX


Re: uh oh

WA0ITP
 

GE DG,
 
I'm guessing that you have a bad connection in the feedline or the antenna itself.
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Dg Arnholt
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 4:23 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] uh oh

well got an swr issue now it wont load any bands and the 440 shut down never didi that before. found a few bad grounds i'm replacing..  440 is going away for a while will get c 21 on i forgot that dc rec is a pain but i can relearnit..:0 )
now to see if i got some connectors stashed some place.. tuner acts like everything is really tight to load too.. i suspect my 20 feet of extra feed line but i cant bring the 100 ft into the shack to far even for 100 feet.
thats probably why the g5rv wont laod righ any way.. to much coax.. i was told by a couple guys 67ft. but i thought it was any length and the ladder had to certain length.. it is i bought it from mfj..oh i see why its bad now..get what ya paid for..:)
 Dennis wd9dwe
if you got some ideas, remember i'm not real technical if youre explaining my 440 troubles.


uh oh

Dg Arnholt <dgarnholt@...>
 

well got an swr issue now it wont load any bands and the 440 shut down never didi that before. found a few bad grounds i'm replacing..  440 is going away for a while will get c 21 on i forgot that dc rec is a pain but i can relearnit..:0 )
now to see if i got some connectors stashed some place.. tuner acts like everything is really tight to load too.. i suspect my 20 feet of extra feed line but i cant bring the 100 ft into the shack to far even for 100 feet.
thats probably why the g5rv wont laod righ any way.. to much coax.. i was told by a couple guys 67ft. but i thought it was any length and the ladder had to certain length.. it is i bought it from mfj..oh i see why its bad now..get what ya paid for..:)
 Dennis wd9dwe
if you got some ideas, remember i'm not real technical if youre explaining my 440 troubles.


Re: SIP Crystal Sockets

Chuck Carpenter
 

Terry,

More recently, I probably got them from Rex. He thought he might offer them as Misc Parts but don't see them in the list.

Previously I got them from Jameco and sometimes Mouser. I'll see if I can find a part number from them.

At 11:50 AM 3/9/2013, you wrote:
GM Chuck,

Do you happen to have a part number for the SIP sockets you show here
http://w5usj.com/4sqrpsavxo.html

Thanks much




Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
EM22cv, Rains Co. TX


Re: Clipperton on 15

davidgeorgerichards
 

Congratulations Wayne. That near real-time online log is a boon. They even plot the stations worked on an online map, as they work them. They're setting new standards for large DXpeditions, IMO.
 
PS - they're going to Heard Island in Antarctica next year,
 
Dave
AA7EE
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 1:07 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] Clipperton on 15

 

TX5K, 15m, 5watts, CONFIRMED in their log.... whoo hooo

72/3 es God Bless de Wayne KC0PMH


Re: Clipperton on 15

Johnny AC0BQ
 

FB Job Wayne, Congrats!
Johnny AC0BQ


On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 3:07 PM, Wayne Dillon <wayne.dillon@...> wrote:
 

TX5K, 15m, 5watts, CONFIRMED in their log.... whoo hooo

72/3 es God Bless de Wayne KC0PMH

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The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
The Lord lift up his contenance upon you and give you peace.

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Joshua 24:14-15
2 Cor 5:17
1 Jn 2:17
 

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SKCC #1155
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Clipperton on 15

Wayne Dillon
 

TX5K, 15m, 5watts, CONFIRMED in their log.... whoo hooo
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne KC0PMH

--
http://www.qsl.net/kc0pmh/   Under construction but please visit anyway.
 
QRP -  EFFICIENCY AND SKILL, NOT POWER. 
 
I'm British by birth but American by CHOICE!

Jesus came to pay a debt He didn't owe because we owe a debt we cannot pay...

The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
The Lord lift up his contenance upon you and give you peace.

God Bless from Wayne Dillon - KC0PMH

Joshua 24:14-15
2 Cor 5:17
1 Jn 2:17
 

4 State QRP Group NCS - 40m & 160m
4SQRP #95
FPQRP #342 (Flying Pigs QRP Club)
G-QRP-C #11504
NAQCC # 0759
QRP-ARCI #11505
SKCC #1155
SOC #848
30MDG#1176
NEQRP #693
GORC #192


Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Todd K7TFC
 


On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 8:55 AM, Jim Kortge <jim.k8iqy@...> wrote:
 
It would seem that longer crystal leads would add a tad of inductance 
and quite possibly shift the oscillation frequency down a bit; a few 
Hz I'm guessing at most.

On 40 meters, any shift of that sort could be easily swamped by other random factors, including variations in the xtals.

 73,

Todd
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Re: This little piggy went to Berts house

Todd K7TFC
 

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 7:26 AM, qrpbert <e1dslr@...> wrote:

SN#168 arrived safely in Silver Lake this morning, hope to get the little feller ready to squeal next week. You have got to love a rig that comes in a brown paper bag h e e, h e e 


Mine arrived yesterday afternoon. #169. Last night I inventoried all the parts. There's still about 6 hours before sunset out here in Oregon. I have that little piggy bouncing off the ionosphere before sundown.

73,

Todd
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Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Opps same pic twice!
Here is the other shot.
Johnny AC0BQ


On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 11:06 AM, Barney <barneyro@...> wrote:
 

Hi;

I had a hazy memory of that, glad you came up with it Terry. 

73

Barney



On 3/9/2013 10:16 AM, WA0ITP wrote:
 

Check out Chuck's very neat SAVXO crystal socket mounting method.  There's a link to his page on the SAVXO home page.   It's similar to John's idea below and may be directly applicable to the pigrig.  Or just about any rockbound rig.
 
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www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] crystal sockets or mounting pins

GM John:
Sounds like a good idea to me!
Thanks
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 9:59 AM, John R. Lonigro <jonigro@...> wrote:
 

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.  I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.  Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.  Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.  When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.  Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE




On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
 

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.






Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Here is my version of the ground arrangements.
not idea for band hopping, but should be ok for a swap or two!
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 11:06 AM, Barney <barneyro@...> wrote:
 

Hi;

I had a hazy memory of that, glad you came up with it Terry. 

73

Barney



On 3/9/2013 10:16 AM, WA0ITP wrote:
 

Check out Chuck's very neat SAVXO crystal socket mounting method.  There's a link to his page on the SAVXO home page.   It's similar to John's idea below and may be directly applicable to the pigrig.  Or just about any rockbound rig.
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] crystal sockets or mounting pins

GM John:
Sounds like a good idea to me!
Thanks
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 9:59 AM, John R. Lonigro <jonigro@...> wrote:
 

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.  I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.  Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.  Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.  When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.  Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE




On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
 

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.






SIP Crystal Sockets

WA0ITP
 

GM Chuck,

Do you happen to have a part number for the SIP sockets you show here
http://w5usj.com/4sqrpsavxo.html

Thanks much

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I love this radio stuff !
72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com


Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Barney <barneyro@...>
 

Hi;

I had a hazy memory of that, glad you came up with it Terry.�

73

Barney



On 3/9/2013 10:16 AM, WA0ITP wrote:
�

Check out Chuck's very neat SAVXO crystal socket mounting method.� There's a link to his page on the SAVXO home page.�� It's similar to John's idea below and may be directly applicable to the pigrig.� Or just about any rockbound rig.
�
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72�� WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
�
�
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] crystal sockets or mounting pins

GM John:
Sounds like a good idea to me!
Thanks
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 9:59 AM, John R. Lonigro <jonigro@...> wrote:
�

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.� I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.� Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.� Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.� When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.� Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE




On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
�

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.





Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Jim Kortge
 

On 3/9/2013 11:06 AM, random.path wrote:
What effects would the extra lead lengths of the crystals have? Negligible, I hope.

Chip
AE5KA
It would seem that longer crystal leads would add a tad of inductance and quite possibly shift the oscillation frequency down a bit; a few Hz I'm guessing at most.

72,

Jim, K8IQY


Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

WA0ITP
 

Check out Chuck's very neat SAVXO crystal socket mounting method.  There's a link to his page on the SAVXO home page.   It's similar to John's idea below and may be directly applicable to the pigrig.  Or just about any rockbound rig.
 
----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72   WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2013 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] crystal sockets or mounting pins

GM John:
Sounds like a good idea to me!
Thanks
Johnny AC0BQ

On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 9:59 AM, John R. Lonigro <jonigro@...> wrote:
 

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.  I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.  Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.  Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.  When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.  Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE




On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
 

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.




Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

Johnny AC0BQ
 

GM John:
Sounds like a good idea to me!
Thanks
Johnny AC0BQ


On Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 9:59 AM, John R. Lonigro <jonigro@...> wrote:
 

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.  I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.  Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.  Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.  When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.  Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE




On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
 

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.




Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

random.path
 

What effects would the extra lead lengths of the crystals have? Negligible, I hope.

Chip
AE5KA


Re: crystal sockets or mounting pins

John Lonigro
 

Carrying this thought a little further, I'm wondering if there would be some way to run the crystal case ground to a third pin and not need paperclips at all.  I'm not familiar with the SAVXO, NS40, or PIGRIG pcb's, but if there were room, you could get a 4 machine pin SIP socket, remove the 2nd pin (as before), bend the 4th pin at a 90 degree angle, and solder a bare wire to that pin.  Then you could solder that socket to the PCB, running the bare wire to ground.  Solder the crystal to a 2nd 4 pin SIP socket and run the case ground to the 4th pin.  When the crystal is plugged into the board, the case will automatically be grounded.  Just a thought.

72,

John AA0VE


On 03/09/2013 09:25 AM, Tim McDonough N9PUZ wrote:
 

If you need a more robust technique also remember that machine pin type
sockets stack easily. You could take another similar piece and solder
the crystal to it so you are not stressing the crystal leads each time
you insert or remove it.

Another good use for these strips is as sockets and connectors in your
construction projects. Rather than solder all of the leads from switches
and pots to the circuit board you can attach them to a socket and then
plug that into a second socket mounted on your PCB. If you ever have to
remove the board for repairs it's easy to unplug things.

Tim N9PUZ

> Am 09.03.2013 14:03 schrieb "Chuck Carpenter" <w5usj@...
> w5usj@...>>:
>
> Bobby,
>
> Here's one with pictures...
>
> http://www.qrpkits.com/buildertip03.html
>
> Used this method on many Rock-Mites and others to make complete band
> changes including output filters. Worked out well with the SAVXO too.