[AMRadio] BC610 modulation XFMR


Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Thu Jun 21 16:06:08 EDT 2007


He could also get the transformer he has now rewound in no time flat by
Gary WZ1M...Not that expensive...

Bob W1PE

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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] BC610 modulation XFMR


On 6/21/07, Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:
> I'm not sure on the physical aspects, but electrically, the potted 
> versions (F - I) will work as well or better.  You don't have near the

> "talk back" with the potted version as you do with the original open 
> frame the "E" model used.
>

I agree Rick, however I got the impression he might want an original
replacement when I heard him on the air this morning, but I may be
wrong.  I would opt for the potted version myself, but that's me and the
way I look at these old buzzardly things at times ;)

Brian wa5am
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