Thanks for the suggestions! I will try switching the tone, and as for
the COR sense, it takes COR & tone. I do hear the courtesy tone when
the CAT tone sense is on. Additonal replies welcome! Don't you just
LOVE repeaters!

I worked on one of our other repeaters yesterday that was throwing a
spur. After looking at it on the service monitor, it loked like an
upside down comb! It is a low power exciter feeding an amp. What we
found was we could "sweep" the exciter power control and the spurs
would go and come. It had two "sweet" spots the amp liked so we choose
the lower one. Now it is "happy" (and so are the ones who were hearing
the spurs!). Everything but the actual TX frequency is down -90db.

Maybe that will help someone!

Scott NA4IT

--- In, "wn1b8" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Scott,
> Are you hearing the courtesy tone when this happens? The absence or 
> presence of the tone could help narrow the possibilities. Also, what 
> provides the PTT signaling for the repeater; tone, cor, or both? 
> Have you tried disconnecting the receiver and checking to see if the 
> problem still exists?
> Scott Madison, WN1B
> --- In, "Scott" <na4it@> wrote:
> >
> > Here's the problem...
> > 
> > Every so often (several times in 10 minutes) we are getting a key 
> up
> > of our repeater. 
> > 
> > Here is what we know...
> > There is no signal coming in on the input frequency. No even a 
> small
> > spike. It is almost like something in the set up is timing and 
> keying,
> > but it is not an exact interval. Doesn't matter is RX tone is 
> enabled
> > in the CAT or not.
> > 
> > Here is the setup...
> > Motorola Mitrek trunk mount on 443.275, CAT 250 controller, Com-
> Spec
> > TS64DS tone board. It has a good 300W 3 can duplexer that is tuned
> > correctly and working well. 75Amp power supply. The cabinet also 
> has
> > an APRS rig in it, as well as a remote receiver for another 
> repeater,
> > and a link radio, but NONE of that is even turned on (and doesn't 
> make
> > a difference when it is).
> > 
> > Suggestions as to what to look for...?
> >

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