[AMRadio] antenna tuners...

Stevan A. White w5saw at pathwayz.com
Wed Apr 11 15:09:39 EDT 2007

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Best Regards,
Stevan A. White, W5SAW
SW Commercial Electronics
928 South Crockett Street
Amarillo, Texas 79102
Phone 806-681-7228
w5saw at pathwayz.com

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Brett gazdzinski wrote:
> My heathkit antenna tuner has worn out I think,
> I built it 20 years ago or more, and I think its shot.
> All the silver plating has worn off the roller bar, which
> sometimes results in an open which blows
> the diodes out in the swr bridge.
> I took it apart and cleaned things up, but I think
> its time for a new tuner.
> I would also like to be able to bypass the tuner without
> moving coax, so the rigs with built in tuners can
> do their automatic thing.
> For unbalanced antenna's, what is available that can handle say
> 3000 watts pep?
> Some headroom is a good thing, no?
> I know better then to buy anything MFJ...
> Anything out there that holds up to AM?
> Brett
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