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K3 mini ?

Alan Price-2
How does it differ from the KX3?
 73
Alan
W1HYV
     
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Re: K3 mini ?

Don Wilhelm-4
Alan,

The K3 mini prototype was at Dayton last year too.  It has the same
front panel as the K3, but is not nearly as deep as the K3/0.

73,
Don W3FPR

On 2/23/2014 10:35 AM, Alan Price wrote:

> How does it differ from the KX3?
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Re: K3 mini ?

Bruce Beford-2
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And now might be a good time to remind folks that the K3/0 mini is not a
radio by itself... It is a control panel, for a "real" K3, just like the now
available full-sized K3/0. It is to be used to control a remote K3.

pictures on twitter:
https://twitter.com/elecraft/status/327112919525490690/photo/1


Bruce, N1RX

> Alan,
> The K3 mini prototype was at Dayton last year too.  It has the same
> front panel as the K3, but is not nearly as deep as the K3/0.
> 73,
> Don W3FPR



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Re: K3 mini ?

Phil Wheeler-2
I'm pretty late to the K3 game due to a decade or
so focusing on other things than ham radio. I
thought I knew that the K3/0 had to do with remote
control and took the first message with subject
"K3/0 Mini" to refer to a mini K3/0. The earlier
ones on the "K3 Mini" were a bit confusing.  
Thanks for the clarification!

73, Phil w7ox (K1 #18, K2 #380, K3 #8004)

On 2/23/14, 8:03 AM, Bruce Beford wrote:

> And now might be a good time to remind folks that the K3/0 mini is not a
> radio by itself... It is a control panel, for a "real" K3, just like the now
> available full-sized K3/0. It is to be used to control a remote K3.
>
> pictures on twitter:
> https://twitter.com/elecraft/status/327112919525490690/photo/1
>
>
> Bruce, N1RX
>
>> Alan,
>> The K3 mini prototype was at Dayton last year too.  It has the same
>> front panel as the K3, but is not nearly as deep as the K3/0.
>> 73,
>> Don W3FPR
>

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Re: K3 mini ?

Nr4c
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Read carefully.  Reference to K3/0 Mini.  Its a front panel only for remote operation of a K3/10 or K3/100

...bill nr4c

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>How does it differ from the KX3?
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>Alan
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Re: K3 mini ?

Jessie Oberreuter-2
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      But my first thought when I saw it was, "Wow!  A KX3 RF board with
the full K3 Front Panel would ROCK!" :).  -kb7psg


On Sun, 23 Feb 2014, Bruce Beford wrote:

> And now might be a good time to remind folks that the K3/0 mini is not a
> radio by itself... It is a control panel, for a "real" K3, just like the now
> available full-sized K3/0. It is to be used to control a remote K3.
>
> pictures on twitter:
> https://twitter.com/elecraft/status/327112919525490690/photo/1
>
>
> Bruce, N1RX
>
>> Alan,
>> The K3 mini prototype was at Dayton last year too.  It has the same
>> front panel as the K3, but is not nearly as deep as the K3/0.
>> 73,
>> Don W3FPR
>
>
>
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