|[AMRadio] Re: AMRadio Digest, Vol 8, Issue 33|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Sun Oct 10 06:28:05 EDT 2004
This may be a diversion from AM, BUT you can easily do what I did
and convert the ART13 to grid block keying by putting two banana
jacks in the perforated rear copver.
No need for drilling holes.
Obligatory AM content:
I am seriously thinking about trying to start a Saturday morning
AM net on 7290 kHz for stations in the far southeast USA.
This would mostly extenmd to Florida and Georgia and anyone
farther afield that can hear us.
Is anyone interested in helping me get this started?
73 de AF4K, Brian
On 9 Oct 2004 at 0:18, W4AWM at aol.com wrote:
> ART 13s did have some harmonster problems back in the early days of TV, but
> that is rarely the cast any more. You are missing out on a lot of fun by
> letting yours sit. Watching that autotune do its thing is better than than "tuning
> up" one of the rigs fromacross the western pond! The audio on the ART-13 is
> not to be believed. Grab your power supply and get going.
> John, W4AWM
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