Drake MN-4 C Antenna Tuner and Related Items For Sale:

Drake MN-4 C

The Drake MN-4 C is a 300 watt antenna tuner covering from
160 thru 10 meters. It features a very large wattmeter, that
can also read SWR. There is also an antenna switch built in.

The MN-4 C is much different than the plain MN-4. It is a better
match for the 7 line than the 4 line. It really is very close to an

This unit looks like new. I can not find a scratch or defect on it.
It includes the original manual, in the original box (including the
four packing pillars) for only $125.

Drake B-1000 Balun

This balun can be used on almost any of the Drake tuners. It is
rated to take a full KW. Compared to other KW rated baluns, this
one is MUCH more heavy duty, and also is quite scarce. $90

Buy both the MN-4 C and B-1000 for $200.

Drake Low Pass TVI Filters:

A low pass TVI filter is added to the transmitter to reduce harmonic
interference. All of these will handle full legal power, have SO-239
connectors in and out, and are 50 ohm filters.

Drake TV-3300-LP Low Pass Filter
This modern low pass filter has been optimized to have more
attenuation in the 40 MHz region, where many TVs have their
IF. It is good for 1000 Watts "average" according to the manual,
and has over 80 db attenuation at 41 MHz. This one looks great,
and includes the paper work. $30

Drake TV-1000-LP Low Pass Filter
This filter may also be used on the low end of six meters, as well as
on HF. It is good for 1000 W below 30 MHz, and about 200 W up to
52 MHz. $30

Johnson 250-20
This cylindrical low pass filter has a cut off frequency of 45 MHz,
75 db attenuation, and is adjustable. Rated at 1000 W AM, or
5000 W PEP SSB. It is adjustable so you can get rid of more TVI,
and is rated to handle higher power. A real win-win situation. $30

Classic Drake UV-3, 2 meter/440 MHz FM Transceiver:

The UV-3 was manufactured by the R.L.Drake Company in
Miamisburg Ohio in the late 1970's. It is a classic!
It is one of the first fully synthesized rigs covering both the
2 meter and 440 MHz bands, and optionally 220 MHz.

Frequency coverage is 144-148 MHz and 440-450 MHz.
It has exceptional adjacent channel and intermodulation rejection
due to having a six pole crystal filter and eight pole ceramic

Sub-audible CTCSS PL tones were not originally included with the
UV-3, but this unit has a Comm Specs TE-32 mounted on top of it
to produce all of the tones, selectable by a switch.

This transceiver works 100% as best I can determine on 2 m and 440
MHz and is in extremely good cosmetic condition. It has the 220 MHz
option, which does not appear to work.

It includes the original Drake hand mic, power cord, and paper
work for $350.

I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, HF, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, etc.
Just too many to list here. Please e-mail your requests.

Prices do not include shipping from Florida.



Ken, W8EK

Ken Simpson
E-mail to w...@flham.net or w...@arrl.net
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400

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