James M. Walker chejmw at buffalo.edu
Fri Dec 19 19:44:14 EST 2008

If you use the 20A to drive a linear amplifier, such as the Johnson
Thunderbolt, you would have a quite substantial AM signal, at about
350 watts of carrier. In the CW mode the power output, can exceed 500 watts,
just a matter of how you are set up for the "Event".

I use mine, when I can for CW, and AM without any hassles.
Of course YMMV


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Ron.K3PID 
  To: rbethman ; Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service 
  Sent: Friday, December 19, 2008 4:22 PM
  Subject: Re: [AMRadio] BUMMERS! TUBE RADIO OPERATING EVENT... Heavy Metal Rally

  I guess it is what it is. I just thought it might be fun to use the CE-20A on SSB because on AM it won't get very far....

  Maybe I'll just have to use CW.

  Thanks Bob!

  Ron H
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