Superstar 2200

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I make a special EPROM expansion board that will add 4 more bands to many radios that use either Binary or BCD programming, it also adds a 10KHz shift function as well, click here to find out more.

It will give 1 band down, 1 band up, UK 40 (up 64 channels without Alpha ch hops), NZ 40 (down 63 channels) and 10KHZ shift.

On a 40 channel radio it will give coverage from 26.335 to 28.005 (including the normal low,mid and high bands of 26.515-27.855), that is a total of 167 channels !

I can also make a custom board upon request which will give whatever frequency range you want (within the limits of the radio).

Reading PointAdjustmentDescriptionValue
TP1CT1Band A -80 Ch.19.655MHz
TP1CT2Band B -40 Ch.19.880MHz
TP1CT3Band C CEPT20.105MHz
TP1CT4Band D + 40 Ch.20.330MHz
TP1CT12Band E + 80 Ch.20.555MHz
TP1CT5Band C CEPT20.1035MHz
TP2T10utput to RF local oscillator37.660-38.100MHz for CEPT
TP3VCO-CoilVCO DC Voltage2,5 Volt @ 27.175MHz
T8RF Input
T9RF Input
T10RF Input
T111. IF10,7MHz
T121. IF10,7MHz
T13AM IF455kHz
T14AM Detector455kHz
T6SSB IF455kHz
T7SSB Detector
T16FM Discriminator
T1PLL Output to Converter37.660 - 38.100MHz for CEPT
T2PLL Output to Converter37.660 - 38.100MHz for CEPT
T3Transmitter Output26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
T4Transmitter Output26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
T5Transmitter Output26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
L16Transmitter Output26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
CT8Transmitter Output USB/LSB26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
CT9Transmitter Output USB/LSB26.965 - 27.405MHz for CEPT
RV2Bias Q8
RV11AM/FM Output Power10 Watt
RV4RF Power Meter
RV1FM Modulation+/- 2kHz
RV6SSB Modulation18 Watt p-p
RV11AM Modulation90%
RV5Carrier at SSBAdjust for NO Carrier

Modification for SuperStar 2200

To get 10-meter, cut trace from + 5 Volt to Pin 8 and 9.
To get 12-meter, cut trace from GND to Pin 7 and connect Pin 7 to + 5 Volt.
Re-tune both Transmitter and Receiver-part.

VCO operates between 17.115MHz (Ch.1 Band A) and 18.445MHz (Ch.40 Band E),
output on Pin 6 is 36.780MHz (Ch.1 Band A) to 39.000MHz (Ch.40 Band E),
and output on Pin 9 is 2.550MHz to 2.110MHz in all band.
The VCO-voltage (TP1) operates between 4.5 Volt (Ch.1 Band A) and 0.5 Volt (Ch.40 Band E).

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