|[AMRadio] Re:Modulator Plate Voltage|
km1h at jeremy.mv.com
Tue Nov 13 20:07:06 EST 2007
Well Bob, all I can say is that Im flexible in the final design. I mentioned
those tubes and voltages since that was what I have on and and I'm trying to
stuff it all in one rack. However if I go with two supplies I suppose I can
use stacks of electrolytics to save space as well as get the C up and save
on choke size. Dunno, I havent run the math yet but I have a bunch of
handbooks and engineering manuals from the 30's and 40's to keep me company.
Its a relearning process as well as incorporate some newer ideas Ive picked
up over the past few months by doing a lot of Internet reading.
At least I have a full array of test equipment this time around to minimize
----- Original Message -----
From: "rbethman" <rbethman at comcast.net>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:58 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Re:Modulator Plate Voltage
> You are "attempting" a battle of wits against the UNARMED.
> Geoff and a couple of others have "their OWN idea" as to what constitutes
> a GOOD radio!
> You and I seem to be in the minority.
> I just use "old tanks" such as the BC-610s. At least they were built with
> the necessary iron to get the job done.
> Granted, they MUST be run correctly, BUT any radio must be run properly or
> issues develop. The pair of 100THs drive the audio through the 250TH very
> Keep up the GOOD fight!
> Bob - N0DGN
> jeremy-ca wrote:
>> What do you mean by well above? If the RF deck is at 2250 where would you
>> want the modulator to be?
>> Im in the process of building a pair of 813's with 810's audio and have
>> one big single PS that can get up to 3KVC@ 1A. How much can 810's be
>> pushed in voltage or should I go to 572B's or even 250T's?
>> Since Ive been unable to find a big mod xfmr so far the audio section is
>> still up in the air and flexible.
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