[AMRadio] Converting old 1.8-4.0 MHz AM Marine Radios


Mark Cobbeldick kb4cvn at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 11 15:27:38 EDT 2004


I should(?) know something by monday evening.





73,
Mark C.







--- Donald Chester <k4kyv at hotmail.com> wrote:

> 
> >Thank you to everyone who responded via postings and private
> e-mails.
> ... He mentioned
> >that he had a 20-foot shipping container's worth of the equipment
> >sitting in his warehouse, the business owner would love to get rid
> of!
> ...
> >He is planning to move to Eastern Tennessee in the not too distant
> >future, and would not mind putting a few of them onto the moving
> truck
> >for me.  This is what prompted my question to the list.
> >...>Mark A. Cobbeldick [KB4CVN, C6AMC]
> 
> I am intrigued by the ones you said ran a kw.  Those would make
> someone a 
> nice QRO rig for 160.  If you find any more info on those
> transmitters, 
> please post on the Reflector.
> 
> Don K4KYV
> 
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