|[AMRadio] Pro AM heat on FCC?|
Mike Dorworth, K4XM
k4xm at arczip.com
Thu Feb 2 21:22:27 EST 2006
Hold on there! It was 1000 watts DC input on the meters. With no meters it
was 900 watts maximum INPUT! With class C, High level that could be 70
percent, i.e. 700 watts carrier, with a grid modulated (can you say Linear?)
then it was about 330 watts carrier or maybe even 250 watts.. Eggs are eggs
and oranges are well, you know. You want only High Level 1 KW input with
multiple efficiency or a standard output read on standard meters?
Back to just reading and not talking. 73 Mike
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Dover" <quixote2 at ix.netcom.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 2:56 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Pro AM heat on FCC?
> Hello Steve
> Nevertheless, I wanted to put some heat and noise from a Pro-AM direction
> let the FCC folks know there are some opinionated AM'ers working the bands
> do not want any future restrictions....they were talking about it this go
> And...while I was at it...thought I'd ask for more "respect"...namely
> only segments so as to diminsh the AM/SSB elbowing...and add some of that
> Pro-AM heat.
> It may be beating a dead horse, but I'd like to see an attempt to restore
> OLD AM power level of 1000 watts of carrier!
> Even if the effort fails, if we make enough noise about it the attempt
> might well give a LOT of folks out there pause for though before
> Mr. T., W9LBB
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