|[AMRadio] Matching a 100 watt PA am to drive 833'S|
recycler at swbell.net
Fri Jan 7 14:48:49 EST 2005
Good points Geoff!
Yes I suppose I should give code another try, but I have tried in
earnest several times and, well I have problems with languages
and ciphers. Never been able to learn any computer language, and
my Spanish is nonexistant Donde estas el banjo?. I pass the
written stuff just fine. Basically I have given up on code, and
will just wait it out, or, when the rigs are ready, I can get a
buddy over who has a better license and I can 'air out' the rigs.
Really it's kind of silly, to me, to have to learn to use a
digital code (Morse) in order to be allowed to use an analog
computer (An AM transmitter).. :P
From: Geoff <w5omr at w5omr.shacknet.nu>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Matching a 100 watt PA am to drive 833'S
Patrick, with your collection of parts and transmitters, and
knowlege of the same,it's a shame you're sitting there with a
Technician class license. You need to put those rigs on the air.
They're old enough. The need to be HEARD! :-)
73 = Best Regards,
(descrete transistors are -not- evil. Evilness lies in
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