|[AMRadio] Low Power AM?|
rbethman at comcast.net
Sun Nov 23 17:46:17 EST 2008
The specific reference he provided was for the DX-60.
The reduction in loading is followed by checking the grid drive NOT
dipping the plate.
I have the complete condensed copy of the manual from Heath which
includes the HG-10.
I agree with check the dip of the final.
Hence my comments, and also my comment that Novices did NOT have AM or
Bob - N0DGN
Peter Markavage wrote:
> I must be missing something in your words Bob (DGN). If, after operating
> at some plate current and RF output using a PI network, and now you want
> to reduce output, why would reducing the loading and re-dipping the plate
> capacitor (to return to resonance), become "non-resonant" unless the
> words that Bob (MYJ) used, "maintain the dip" means that he doesn't
> re-dip the final after a loading control change. Since the beginning of
> (my) time, the last thing I always do in a tune up procedure is to dip,
> or check the dip, of the final.
> Pete, wa2cwa
> On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 16:08:51 -0500 rbethman <rbethman at comcast.net>
>> I'm NOT Pete. He may feel insulted. LOL
>> You're using a PI network, NOT a link tuned system. If you reduce
>> loading, AND maintain plate dip, You will indeed reduse output AND
>> This opens a whole other can of worms.
>> Bob - N0DGN
>> Bob Macklin wrote:
>>> No Pete,
>>> I am saying to reduce the load capacitor and maintain the dip on
>> the plate
>>> It's the same as reducing the coupling on a link coupled final.
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