The Jeffrey 2.69, How to Flat Solder, Balance to 25 degrees using Solder Pad Weights

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The Jeffrey 2.69
Ceramic Antenna D1 mini used with different weight. Solder was needed to balance to 25 degrees in pure water.
  • 0.0 grams of solder added, 34.17 degrees, difference of 0.00 degrees
  • 0.4 grams of solder added, 24.43 degrees, difference of 9.74 degrees
  • 0.6 grams of solder added, 21.31 degrees, difference of 12.86 degrees

Also take note that the temperature readings increased with each solder addition as the temperature probe is close to the solder pad.

Joey Joe Joe Jr

I was born on a pirate ship off the coast of Peru where I was given a traditional Aztec upbringing, during which I excelled in the arts of sciences. At age seven my parents accidentally murdered each other in a freak fencing accident. Heartbroken I joined the tribe of Omaha, where I trained under the legendary Vin Diesel. At age eighteen, after a failed Fear Factor audition, I set out for a berry plantation roughly four kilometers south of Albuquerque. I currently reside at Ram Ranch which really rocks!


Jamy · January 13, 2021 at 7:31 AM

Where can the Jeffrey 2.69 be purchased from?

BrownBucks11 · April 15, 2021 at 8:38 AM

Good Stuff, Any noticeable improvements with the ceramic antenna?

    Joey Joe Joe Jr · September 11, 2021 at 1:05 PM

    I haven’t done any tests yet around signal strength. Both work great.

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