|[AMRadio] Germanuim 2N409 PNP transistor|
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Tue Jul 20 07:54:02 EDT 2010
Transister? I that one of the those new fangled tubes with more than one
grid? Bernie W8RPW----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Tonne" <tonne at comcast.net>
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Germanuim 2N409 PNP transistor
> First thing I would do is see if a cheap silicon transistor
> (PNP, of course) would work. They're a dime apiece.
> If the supply voltage is several (as opposed to perhaps
> 3 or so) a silicon transistor should work. As I recall this
> is the case. In which case you can save yourself a
> bundle of time and funds.
> - Jim W4ENE
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Germanuim 2N409 PNP transistor
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