|[AMRadio] Low Power AM?|
crawfish at surfmore.net
Sun Nov 23 15:54:59 EST 2008
I personally would not even try to get on 14286 unless I had the legal limit
or close to it.Too many slopbuckets to deal with on 20.Low power with a lot
of antenna might work. But I understand your situation with the antenna
part. If I ever put the DX-60 back on, I am going to build an external plate
modulator for it. I am putting an Elmac AF-67 on soon which has plate
Bob Macklin writes:
> Next question.
> Many of us have low powered AM transmitters like the small Heath DX series with some form of screen modulation.
> These transmitters previously did OK on 40M and up. 15M and 10M don't really require high power.
> But what about 20M. It seems to me that to play on 20M a GOOD linear is required for just about any small or medium powered transmitter.
> Bob Macklin
> Kent (Seattle), Wa,
> "Real Radios Glow in the Dark"
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