|[AMRadio] My latest toy has arrived, an ART-13A|
AirRadio at dsl.pipex.com
Tue Feb 5 12:34:00 EST 2008
I run an ART-13 unmodified with the dynamotor for normal AM use, I use the
lollipop mic as found with the WS19 set, tank radio, the one with the holes
in (Microphone hand no3), the T-17 is no good and you will not get the mod.
use in the carbon mic setting. I am interested in your 160m mod for the LF
unit as I have both, do you have that to hand as I would like to operate top
band using this radio. I also have a BC-610 but that is another story.
I found that in the dynamic position you have to have a small preamp to get
full mod, if you run it right with a carbon mic and get the plate needle to
kick upto 200 mills then the mod is 99%. I have had very good success with
my ART-13 and get around 90 - 120w of carrier which is about right, I have
had QSO's Stateside from the UK using this and an inverted V doublet.
I also run a couple of computer fans sucking the air OUT of the rear of the
transmitter, keeps it happy that way, also acts as a very good room heater
on these cold mornings hihi. Good luck and get it on the air soon.
73 Max M0GHQ
> Along with the group here, I'd suggest the milsurplus list as a source
> of info, parts, and so on. There are some very simple (and reversible)
> things you can do to improve the audio, switching the mic to dynamic
> (under the frequency chart) is a good start. Robert Downs has
> connectors, Fair Radio did have, maybe Wm. Perry too. Do you have the
> dynamotor for it?
>> Will this cover 160
> Did it come with the proper LF oscillator installed? There were two,
> one has a three position frequency switch, the other has 5. You want
> the latter, then 160 is a cinch.
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