|[AMRadio] AM Modulation Monitor|
wa1qix at piesky.com
Sun Oct 27 01:02:52 EDT 2013
It depends on how much accuracy you want. If you want accuracy, get a unit
that is suitable for broadcast. You don't have to spend a lot of
money. Radio Engineering Associates has a broadcast quality modulation
monitor for under $200.00 - www.radioassociates.com
At 05:54 PM 10/26/2013 -0400, you wrote:
>Looking for an AM Modulation Monitor...........let me know if you have
>something available and the condition.............thanks
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