[AMRadio] Turns Ratio Question


Geoff/W5OMR ars.w5omr at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 10:56:32 EST 2007


jeremy-ca wrote:
> Im still well into learning mode as I stumble around my audio 
> requirements.
>
> Looking at a modulation xfmr that is marked 4596VCT RMS Primary and 
> 3747V RMS secondary. This appears to be a 0.82:1 voltage step down or 
> a .64 impedance step down if I did the math right. Question is what 
> sort of wiggle room is there in both impedance ratios and actual 
> voltages used?
>
> The power rating is way more than sufficient for my needs and it is 
> rated down to 50 Hz. I can use modulator tubes to supply sufficient 
> power to overcome a reasonable mismatch but what is reasonable and how 
> does the mismatch affect distortion? I havent been able to find any 
> formulas or graphs.

Try this educational link.
http://www.qsl.net/wa5bxo/power.html


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