[AMRadio] Home Brew


Neal Newman groucho at skyweb.net
Thu Sep 30 15:01:30 EDT 2004


 Hello Brad.
 I think your Looking to talk with Me....
I also collect old FM broadcast transmitters...
Neal Newman-KA2CAF
CE/CO
WTTM,WYGG,WUPC,W220AA
http://www.angelfire.com/nj4/wttm


UVC wrote:

>>From Brad KB7FQR
>I could not tell who has the BTA 500 1R1 etc, I am intrested to chat with
>you. I am an tube collector who has been out of the hobby for years and have
>gotten back in with both feet. I have a Johnson 500 and want to build a
>4-1000 amp or other. My motto is "NO GLOW NO GO" I am in the process of
>getting a Gates BT5 and looking for other broadcast transmitters on the West
>coast.
>I live in N Nevada, have 6 acres and room to store a 50 kw if i can find
>one. I am new to the site, I am impressed at the quality of hobbyist
>encountered. NOT APPLIANCE OPERATORS.
>
>Best regards to all
>
>Brad
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
>[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net]On Behalf Of Neal Newman
>Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 6:06 PM
>To: Discussion of AM Radio
>Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Home Brew
>
>
> 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:
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>
>>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:
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>>>Build a Class E transmitter.
>>>Parts for building a tube transmitter is getting harder to find
>>>everyday...
>>>
>>>StephenTetorka at cs.com wrote:
>>>
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>>>      
>>>
>>>>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
>>>>
>>>>
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>>>think.
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>>>      
>>>
>>>>OR...if someone knows of a home brew for sale....
>>>>
>>>>Tnx,
>>>>Steve
>>>>WA2TAK
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
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