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Ten-Tec Omni-D (546)

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SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Type:Amateur HF transceiver
Frequency range: 10-160 m in ten bands
160 m:   1.8-2.3 MHz
80 m:   3.5-4.0 MHz
40 m:   7.0-7.5 MHz
20 m:   14.0-14.5 MHz
15 m:   21.0-21.5 MHz
10 m A:   28.0-28.5 MHz
10 m B:   28.5-29.0 MHz
10 m C:   29.0-29.5 MHz
10 m D:   29.5-30.0 MHz

  10.0-10.5 MHz (RX only)
Plus one AUX band
Tuning steps:Analog / continuous vernier, ~18 KHz per revolution
Frequency stability:? ppm
Mode:SSB / CW
Channels / memory management: None
Repeater shift / offset:No
Power supply:12-14 VDC
Current drain / power consumption:RX: Max 850 mA
TX: Max 18 A
Antenna impedance / connector:50-75 ohm / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D):362*140*356 mm (14.25*5.5*14")
Weight:6.6 Kg (14.5 lb)
Other features:VOX. SWR-meter. Dual speakers.




RECEIVER SECTION
Receiver system: Single conversion superheterodyne
IF: 9 MHz
Sensitivity:From 2 uV on 160 m to 0.3 uV on 10 m (10 dB S+N/N)
Selectivity:
Image rejection:
AF output power / speaker:1.5 W at 2% distortion / 4 ohm
External speaker connector:




TRANSMITTER SECTION
RF output power:

Pwr
SSB (PEP):85-100 W
CW:85-100 W

100% duty cycle
Modulation system:Balanced modulator
Max FM deviation (Factory set):No FM
Spurious emissions:Better than -40 dB
Microphone impedance / connector:Hi-Z / 3-pin (1/4" jack)
Microphone input level:? mV




MISCELLANEOUS
Manufactured:USA, 1978-1980 (Discontinued)
Additional info: Same as Omni-A but with digital readout
New price 1979 in the US: $1069.00
Related documents: User manual (5.2 MB)
1979 advertisement
Modifications and fixes:
Reviews:
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