|[AMRadio] RE: Heathkit SB-200|
w5jo at brightok.net
Sun Mar 23 16:22:44 EST 2008
Jim and all interested parties,
Ted/KC3OL had that diagram Chuck?WA)ZHH developed posted on his web site
before he switched to focusing on Lofer. You can go there and email him
to see if he still has the file.
Chuck did have a stroke and had a bit of time recovering. I did talk to
Chuck a while back and he is doing better. That was probably a couple
of months ago and haven't heard him since.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Candela" <jcandela at prodigy.net>
Subject: [AMRadio] RE: Heathkit SB-200
> >Sat, 22 Mar 2008 16:53:18 -0700
>>Looking for a Heathkit SB200, anyone got one for sale? Hopefully in
>>too distant reaches beyond Montreal or NY/Maine/Vermont?
> Reply by Jim, WD5JKO:
> I recall talking to Chuck, WA0ZHH, and he had designed an external
> cathode modulator for the SB-200. I don't recall the details, but what
> I do recall is that the SB-200 needed very little modification, and
> the efficiency is much higher than a linear amplifier. Maybe this
> raises the % efficiency from 30-35% to ~ 50% or so depending on the
> ratio of grid to cathode modulation.
> I haven't heard Chuck on the air lately, and I thought someone said
> he had a stroke. Any news from Chuck?
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