[AMRadio] Home Brew


Neal Newman groucho at skyweb.net
Wed Sep 29 18:06:01 EDT 2004


 Hey Pete   I know that... thats why I have in my collection
an RCA BTA-500r,1R1,gates BC-1H, Collins 300G   
 LOL...

peter A Markavage wrote:

>But Class E transmitters don't glow in the dark. You have to put Xmas
>lights in them.
>Parts are not that difficult to find if you're willing to spend the time
>to find them.
>To me, Class E (asy) lacks the traditional nostalgia that many of us feel
>in a tube-based transmitter.
>As someone already pointed out, there are lots of great circuits in the
>older ARRL Handbooks, Radio and Engineers' Handbook, etc.
>The ARRL has a new book just out called "RF Amplifier Classics" and
>includes two-dozen projects and articles from the pages of QST and QEX,
>published between 1980 and 2003. There are amps for HF, MF, VHF and
>microwave.
>Pete, wa2cwa
>
>On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 19:10:27 -0400 Neal Newman <groucho at skyweb.net>
>writes:
>  
>
>> Build a Class E transmitter.
>> Parts for building a tube transmitter is getting harder to find 
>>everyday...
>>
>>StephenTetorka at cs.com wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>Hello All:
>>>
>>>I'd like to build my own AM transmitter.
>>>Tube style; more than 200 watts.
>>>
>>>Sure a heck of a lot to choose from...but I'd like to hear what you 
>>>      
>>>
>>think.
>>    
>>
>>>OR...if someone knows of a home brew for sale....
>>>
>>>Tnx,
>>>Steve
>>>WA2TAK
>>>      
>>>
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