[AMRadio] Modulator iron & ideas needed


Jim Candela jcandela at prodigy.net
Sun Jan 8 22:10:23 EST 2006


Mark,

   The 6N2 VFO was a low level 8-9 Mhz VFO. As for a
modulator, the guy at the following link used an Eico
730 Plate modulator. Maybe that would do along with an
8.4 Mhz rock for 50.4 6 meter AM. Contact Jim, WB2FCN
for the missing schematic at his site for his home
brew power supply and modulator.

Jim
WD5JKO

http://eshop1.chem.buffalo.edu/6N2.html

http://eshop1.chem.buffalo.edu/6M-KW.html

--- W1EOF <w1eof at hamnutz.com> wrote:

> 
> I want to put my EF Johnson 6N2 on the air, and I
> don't want to use a Ranger
> of Valiant to drive it. So
> I'm going to build a power supply and modulator so I
> can run it stand-alone.
> Questions:
> 
> 1. Does anyone have suitable iron for sale for a 50W
> modulator for it? One
> source has told me that a
> DX-100 modulator works FB,  so anything in that
> class would do fine I'm
> sure.
> 
> 2.Has anyone does this before?
> 
> Either way do you have any hints/kinks/thoughts on
> it before I get started?
> 
> 73,
> 
> Mark W1EOF
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