|[AMRadio] Testing Transmitting Tubes|
w5jo at brightok.net
Mon Sep 20 12:40:15 EDT 2004
Do you mean schematic or physical layout?
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Subject: [AMRadio] Testing Transmitting Tubes
> Has anyone built a transmitting tube tester? Or seen any plans on
> the web? The only thing I have seen on this subject is the issue
> of GE Ham News that covers the subject (Vol 6, #3, May/June,
> 1951). I have some power supplies I can use to run the static
> test. But I need to build something to hold the tube sockets,
> filament transformers and plate current meter. I hate to reinvent
> the wheel and would be happy to follow a pre-existing design if I
> could find one...
> Any ideas?
> 73, Don Merz, N3RHT
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