|[AMRadio] [AM Radio] BTA1-R Schematic Diagram Wanted|
rwpeters at swbell.net
Wed May 7 14:43:16 EDT 2008
Chuck, J S Sellmeyer Jack is a broadcast engineer here in Dallas and has
a couple of those RCA's and knows more about that transmitter then
anyone I know. His call sighn is AD5VO but his e mail is not listed. I
am sure that if you do a google search on Sellmeyer Engineering that you
will find it. I have misplaced his card... Hope that helps...Another guy
is Tim KD5TUZ... in Ozark, Ar he has an RCA as well and I know has a
blown up diagram. His e mail on QRZ is no good but his cell ## is
479-667-5470... Hope that helps you..
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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Chuck Kembring
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 11:59 AM
To: AM Radio List
Subject: [AMRadio] [AM Radio] BTA1-R Schematic Diagram Wanted
I recently aquired 2 RCA BTA1-R broadcast transmitters which I
to put on the air on 160 / 75 Meters. They are both pretty complete and
have a manual. I am looking for a good quality schematic, hopefully
and easier to follow than what I have.
I have started to go through the circuits to see what I have and
need and a
better diagram would be most helpful. I'm happy to reimburse for any
reasonable costs for copying / shipping, etc.
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