Difference between revisions of "Antenna Analyzer"

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{{Equipment  
 
{{Equipment  
 
| Name = MFJ 269B Antenna Analyzer
 
| Name = MFJ 269B Antenna Analyzer
| Intro = This is the Antenna Analyzer in the e-room.
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| Intro = This is the Antenna Analyzer in the e-room.  It's been acting sporadically insane recently and  [http://www.radio4all.se/sdxa/mfj-269.htm I need to fix it].
 
| Owner = [[User:n8vi|Brad Tarratt]]
 
| Owner = [[User:n8vi|Brad Tarratt]]
 
| StorageLocation = In the plastic box next to the amateur radio station in the e-room.
 
| StorageLocation = In the plastic box next to the amateur radio station in the e-room.
 
| MakeModel = MFJ 269B
 
| MakeModel = MFJ 269B
| PartNumber =
 
 
| Documents = Full documentation is included in the plastic box the unit is in.  Or [http://www.mfjenterprises.com/pdffiles/MFJ-269.pdf here].
 
| Documents = Full documentation is included in the plastic box the unit is in.  Or [http://www.mfjenterprises.com/pdffiles/MFJ-269.pdf here].
| LooksLike = Looks like [http://www.radio4all.se/sdxa/mfj-269.htm I need to fix it].
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| LooksLike = (An image will be put here in the next week or so.)
 
| Rules =
 
| Rules =
 
* Read the manual before using
 
* Read the manual before using
 
* Do not remove from shop (parking lot okay)
 
* Do not remove from shop (parking lot okay)
* Do not leave without charging if vbatt drops below 13V.  Vbatt is displayed on the LCD at boot, and a charging cable is included in the box.   
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* Do not leave without charging if V<sub>batt</sub> drops below 13V.  V<sub>batt</sub> is displayed on the LCD at boot, and a charging cable is included in the box.   
 
* Do not power on with UHF button depressed.  Press UHF button AFTER power up.  If you are surprised by this, you didn't read the manual.  Please do that.
 
* Do not power on with UHF button depressed.  Press UHF button AFTER power up.  If you are surprised by this, you didn't read the manual.  Please do that.
 
| Instructions = Currently unit is acting crazy and probably needs a transistor replaced.  It seems to work somewhat better after running a while.
 
| Instructions = Currently unit is acting crazy and probably needs a transistor replaced.  It seems to work somewhat better after running a while.

Revision as of 00:29, 27 December 2011

MFJ 269B Antenna Analyzer

This is the Antenna Analyzer in the e-room. It's been acting sporadically insane recently and I need to fix it.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: Brad Tarratt
  • Location: In the plastic box next to the amateur radio station in the e-room.
  • What it looks like:

(An image will be put here in the next week or so.)

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: MFJ 269B
  • Part Number: not specified

Documentation

not specified

Rules

  • Read the manual before using
  • Do not remove from shop (parking lot okay)
  • Do not leave without charging if Vbatt drops below 13V. Vbatt is displayed on the LCD at boot, and a charging cable is included in the box.
  • Do not power on with UHF button depressed. Press UHF button AFTER power up. If you are surprised by this, you didn't read the manual. Please do that.

Instructions

Currently unit is acting crazy and probably needs a transistor replaced. It seems to work somewhat better after running a while.

Other References

not specified

Maintenance

I will personally be maintaining this unit in the next month or two.

Things that Need to be Done

I need to make it operate sanely again.

FAQs

  • Q: when will you have it fixed?
  • A: Probably before February.