|[AMRadio] Triode connecting 803's for a Modulator |
Mike Dorworth, K4XM
k4xm at arczip.com
Sun Apr 9 13:08:53 EDT 2006
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Deuel" <k2glo at jkasystems.com>
To: <AMRadio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2006 11:52 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] Triode connecting 803's for a Modulator
> I have a bunch of 803's. In the past, I have seen modulator articles
> featuring triode connected 813's. Physically, the 803 also looks like it
> would be a good candidate for the same application. Has anybody tried
> connecting 803's for a modulator? If so, what were the design parameters
> you used? Tnx, Bob K2GLO
On page 662 of the 15th Edition of RADIO HANDBOOK by Editor and Engineers.
Paragraph 30-8 the use of 803 in triode connection is fully discussed. A
schematic (figure 20) shows 2500 volts at 18000 ohm plate to plate being
driven by a 8 watt speech amplifier through a Stancor A-4761 Class B driver
transformer set for 2:1 Ratio. Eg-g =170 volts
Driving power 7-8 watts
Resting current = 50 mA.
Power output = 510 watts
Supressor volts = 280-340 volts
A Chicago CMS-3 was used for the output transformer..
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