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I spent the late afternoon yesterday at my TV neighbour Dave G7MEG 's shack. He lent me the above FM ATV transmitter to investigate. He has bought lots of kit from Harold Bent G0EZW of Nottingham some years ago. This is from that sale. Nowt on the internet and it's a likely candidate for a new BATC wiki page.
Crystals are 4.90295 and 4.87891 MHz
Does anyone know about this unit and / or have information like the owner's manual please?
All the best
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Aztex Electronics was my company and I ran the business for around five years and finally stopped trading around 1993. Not sure how many transmitters I made over that time, but it would be in the order of 50-60 units. I already had a full time job and Aztex Electronics was done in my spare time. Unfortunately, the business became too successful and I just could not keep up with orders, so sadly, I decided to close the business.
Most of the units came with two output channels, 1249 and 1255 MHz. with a divide factor 256.
What seems to be the problem with the transmitter you have there?
Thanks for the offer. I will report back what happens.
Don't forget there is an index which you can search on the wiki and would have found Aztec - BTW we need someone to complete the index (nice Christmas project?).... https://wiki.batc.org.uk/1988_-_1992_CQ ... _CQ-TV_160
Will upload the rest tomorrow - off to see who got murdered in Exeter or was it Epping or Enfield...