|[AMRadio] Amplifier to use with my DX-60|
kenw2dtc at comcast.net
Fri Mar 17 00:41:21 EST 2006
My main concern Don is that giving out a calculated carrier level for a set
of tubes to a guy who does not have a scope and audio generator is not going
to give the amateur band another clean signal. As I mentioned in a previous
email, I have been unable to obtain the efficiencies you mention and would
like to hear from someone who can measure everything with test equipment and
tell me about it.
>>From: "kenw2dtc" <kenw2dtc at comcast.net>
>>"So you could run maximum 1500 watts DC input to those tubes, with 500
>>watts carrier output, and 1000 watts dissipated by the tubes"
>>*******I need a little help with the math here Don. You are suggesting
>>that with a class B linear in AM mode, one can get 2000 watts PEP with
>>1500 watts input ?
> Assuming 100% positive peak modulation, yes.
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