I can easily modify my board still to arriveand its seems to me that adding nF in parallel EasyMod2 — just adding right on top seems easiest to do …. I would have thought so, but just to check: csdarrellcould you comment? Customers will receive a shipping notification email with a tracking number once packages are out the door.
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The mods generally result in a wider band of transmission or reception. I used to own an Icom MKII — a serious mobile rig that, after removing a diode or two, gains an extremely wide transmission band. You can find a range of mods here — most are just a quick google away. Especially since so much of the radio is controlled on a chip.
Dynamic-range measurements were made using two equal-strength test signals 2 kHz apart to approximate a "real-life" pile up, plus then more normal 20 kHz spacing. A few radios had to be tested at 50 or kHz because of synthesizer noise. See below for additional details.
This radio is known for a very conservative approach to internal ALC on the power output. Of course, there is no need to overdrive any linear amplifier, however Icom engineers have probably overdone it a bit on the conservative side on this radio? There are two published mods that are possible on this radio. I did only one of the mods that involves a jumper from C to ground, because the other mod that involves a 10uF capacitor is reported to cause modulation issues on FM and AM.