[AMRadio] AM Amps


CHRIS PAPAIOANNOU amateur at ipnet.gr
Wed Jan 12 15:52:09 EST 2005


Geoff,
dinner's time in a while and while i was babysitting the beasts here read a
couple of  words on Don's comments...
i accept him!.....
this doesn't means of course that there aren't other inestimable members
also in the community.
73,
B well!
Chris SV1DAF.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Geoff" <w5omr at w5omr.shacknet.nu>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 2:46 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] AM Amps


> CHRIS PAPAIOANNOU wrote:
>
> > The article it's in my hands Geoff,
> > seems very interesting by the first look.But didn't read it with care!
> > Thanks anyway for your contribution on the mode with the article.To all
them
> > who are listed headline on the article!
> > Chris SV1DAF.
>
> I'm puzzled by your statement earlier, Chris, that claims you
> could run 500w in Greece.  I found this on the net (admittedly, I
> didn't look -very- hard for this info).  Can I 'assume' that by
> SSB, they mean 'voice' operations, inclusive of AM?
>
> (from http://www.dxzone.com/cgi-bin/dir/jump2.cgi?ID=6186)
> -------------------------------------------
> What is the max power that I can use in H.F.?
>
> Max output power in H.F. is: 300-Watt p-p
> -------------------------------------------
>
> 300W?  Using a sine-wave to modulate to 100%, that's only 75W of
> carrier!
>
> --------------------------------------------
> Is there any BAND PLAN with frequencies in SV land?
>    GENERAL H.F. GREEK BAND PLAN
>
> BAND     FREQ.  MODE  SERVICE
>
> 160m  1830-1850 kHz   SSB-CW PRIMARY
>
> 80m 3500-3800 kHz SSB-CW-DIGITAL PRIMARY
>
> 40m 7000-7100 kHz SSB-CW PRIMARY
>
> 30m 10100-10150 kHz CW SECONDARY
>
> 20m 14000-14350 kHz SSB-CW-DIGITAL PRIMARY
>
> 17m 18068-18168 kHz SSB-CW PRIMARY
>
> 15m 21000-21450 kHz SSB-CW-DIGITAL PRIMARY
>
> 12m 24890-24990 kHz SSB-CW PRIMARY
>
> 10m 28000-29700 kHz SSB-CW-FM-DIGITAL PRIMARY
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> Conditions have been pretty good on 75m, of late.  I wonder if
> it's possible to schedule something at the peak optimum time
> (UTC) for a connection between the US and Greece?
>
>
> 73 = Best Regards,
> -Geoff/W5OMR
>
>
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