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Drake SP75 Sonstiges
Modell: SP75
Kategorie: Funk und Kommunikation
Gruppe: Sonstiges
Beschreibung: Speech Processor
                                    The SP75 Speech Processor is designed to provide an increase
in average power and readability of a single sideband voice
signal during weak signal or high interference conditions.
The SP75 is connected between the microphone and microphone
input of the single sideband transmitter, thus requiring no
modification of the existing Transmitter or Transceiver. A
front panel switch allows the processor to be switched in or
bypassed as conditions warrant. Two additional inputs, such
as a tape player or Phone patch, may be front panel selected
in place of the normal microphone input.

The amount of RF envelope clipping is adjustable between
zero and twenty decibels by a front panel control. A LED
indicates proper audio input level. Because of the
pre-clipping audio compression, small changes in voice
levels do not widely affect the clipping level.

Muting circuitry reduces gain during speech pauses, thus
reducing undesirable background noise pickup and allowing
VOX operation with the processor on.

The SP75 was designed for optimum performance using the
Drake model 7077 microphone and the Drake TR7 Transceiver or
Drake 4-line transmitters. However, excellent performance
can be obtained with most other transmitters which have a
microphone input impedance of approximately 50 K ohm or
greater. Microphones other than the Drake 7077 may be used
successfully. However, microphones with a more sharply
rising frequency response may produce a less pleasant
response than a microphone with a flatter response.

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I.	General Description
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II.	Specifications  ... 
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III.	Installation
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Operation ... 6

V.	Theory of Operation ... 7

VI.	Alignment and Troubleshooting ... J ... 8

VII.	Service Data
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