|[AMRadio] Re: Bauer 707|
wa3vjb at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 11 08:11:15 EDT 2008
Here's hoping the lost documentation from Paul Gregg was not the original, last known copy.
Meantime, let me draw your attention to Paul VE7KHZ's website, where he has a number of photos posted. He may have more already on file somewhere that he can dash off to you.
The "garden hose" sequence is a classic.
Looking forward to hearing that rig.
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> From: BILL GUYGER <bguyger at sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: [AMRadio] Bauer 707
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> Hi All
> I'm in the process of ham banding a 707 with some ideas
> from George W8QBG and some others like Jack AD5VO who use to
> work for Bauer, Gates, and Collins. What I have run into is
> that one of the broadcast stations that owned this box (S/N
> 164 originally on 1190 probably in PA. and moved to 1150
> when it came down here to Dallas) pretty well savaged the
> power change (250 W / 1000 W.) circuitry, and there are no
> pictures of the right side panel (from the back) circuit
> boards in the manual.
> Paul Gregg of Bauer was sending me a packet of material
> containing documentation not in the normal operating /
> service manual that has been lost thanks the United States
> Postal Service, so I'm kind of up against the wall. The
> fiber boards do have some part numbers still printed on them
> her and there, but others have become unreadable over the
> Would it be possible for one of you guys with a 707 to
> e-mail me a couple of photos of the side panel circuit
> boards so I can kind of put stuff back where it belongs?
> Hopefully Fritz Bauer won't roll over too forcibly with
> what I'm doing for inter-stage coupling and the PI-EL
> (thank you Mr. Tonne) output network.
> If anyone needs a copy of the manual, I will be happy to
> make one for them. I have the original Bauer version and a
> later Sparta version.
> Many thanks!
> Bill AD5OL
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