[AMRadio](still selling stuff!


Brett gazdzinski Brett.gazdzinski at mci.com
Fri Jul 15 22:25:36 EDT 2005


It uses two 6dq6 tubes as modulators, modulating a 6dq5.
What you might remember is the modulator tubes use the screen grid or
protection
grid, not the regular control grid for audio drive, and are set up as zero
bias
triodes....

A very neat little rig.

Brett
 

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I did not remember the G-76 as being a plate modulated rig but as a screen
modulated instead.  But then I am old and I forget a lot.

John
WA5BXO



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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Brett gazdzinski
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I am still cleaning out stuff I don't seem to use that has
filled up the basement.

Gonset G76 with home built power supply (looks very nice).
This is a trans/receiver, sort of a receiver and transmitter in one small 
and really cool looking cabinet.
80 through 6 meters, VFO, plate modulated, puts out about 70 watts of
carrier.



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