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Soup'er Up'er Accessory
for Bayou Jumper
Designed by
David Martin, NA1MH

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The Soup'er Up'er is an add-on accessory board for the Bayou Jumper that adds a sidetone for transmitting, receiver fine tuning, and the Hi-Per-Mite CW Filter - all on one board for the Bayou Jumper. This is no small feat and Dave Martin, NA1MH has burned the midnight oil to bring this excellent accessory to you. The Soup'er Up'er mounts on the bottom of the Bayou Jumper's circuit board and does not require cutting any traces.
 
Clubs and Group Builders Please Note! Club and Group Builds will receive a quantity discount, 5 kit minimum order required. Contact K5EST (good on QRZ) for more info.
 
Specifications and Design Features
    The Soup'er Up'er adds the following features to the Bayou Jumper.
      Sidetone for transmit
      Fine tuning for the receiver
      Hi-Per-Mite CW Filter
    Additional Specs below:
    Power Supply: Connects to the Bayou Jumper.
    Dimensions: The PC Board is 2.93" x 1.94"
    Current Requirement: The circuit draws only 16.5 ma.
    Enclosure: Not needed, installs inside the Bayou Jumper enclosure.
 
Documentation
    Assembly Manual
    Schematic
    Parts List bom
    Board Layout part location
    Drill Template - front panel.
    Drill Template - circuit board.
    Photo Page Rig pix and building tips
    Elecraft's Excellent Capacitor Identification Page  Posted with permission.
    Electronics 2000's Excellent Resistor Code Graphic Calculator Posted with permission
 
The Soup'r U'per is carefully kitted and shipped by Ron Potter, AG1P.
Please direct shipment related questions to Ron
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