|[AMRadio] JOHNSON WHITEFACE|
rwpeters at swbell.net
Fri May 26 20:56:02 EDT 2006
So are you saying like order 3 sets 29,0 and 29.1 and 29.2 ?????
If I get these can you help me with the mods??? Thanks Rick...
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Rick Brashear
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 7:47 PM
To: Discussion of AM Radio
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] JOHNSON WHITEFACE
Great find, Bob! Once you get your crystals (I'd suggest 29.000 and 10k
steps) just retune for the new frequency and you're home free. N other
mods necessary. If you want a little extra pepper on it, strap the
power resistor and replace the rectifier with a couple of diodes.
Remember, we used to call this "black tube and strap" back when... You
can easily get 10 watts of real nice AM out of it. I have a Black Face
in the shack ready to go on 29.000. By the way, Petersen is the way to
go for the crystals as you stated. Very accurate and very fast service.
Have fun and see you on 10 meter AM.
Bob Peters wrote:
> Ok guys get ready to say crazy but I just purchased a Johnson
>Whiteface that is NOS Brand new in the box. It actually is in the
>Johnson Box along with all original paperwork including the how to get
>license, and we gripe about Vanity Pay Licensee. Back in 1964 it cost
>$8.00 to get a class D call sign. It even has the stick on Call Sign
>plate. The mike is still wrapped in plastic. Now what am I going to do
>with it...CB Nooo can not bring myself to put an antenna on it and
>up the mike !!! CONVERT it to 10 meters... YEP will do and need some
>help...Xtals no problem from Peterson.. Any one out there that has the
>conversion for it??? HELP PLEASE...Also what are the best AM Fqs to
>it on 10 meters??? Are there any mods that any of ya all remember???
>I am going to get a pix and all the documentation up on my web site
>I know that 10 does open and that there is activity.. Thanks guys and
>just call me crazy!!!
>Oh By the way it came with the Johnson Radio checker upper... Dummy
>load, Mod Monitor, Field strength, SWR.. Not 100% new but almost. Paid
>way too much but this was my 1st CB in the 60's.
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