|[AMRadio] When talking about AM power|
ars.w5omr at gmail.com
Sat Oct 10 09:09:24 EDT 2015
On 10/10/2015 05:14 AM, Rob Atkinson wrote:
> About the only thing that would be nice about SDR is the fish finder.
I'm only talking about a receiver ... perhaps to use as a monitor for
the AM rig. No, I'm not giving up my tubes for transmitting, unless
it's one of the 'plastic' radios. They're desireable now, because there
is a 2 year old, a 10 year old and an 11 year old in the house, and
nightmares of little fingers pointing to (and more-than-likely not)
touching the 3kVDC line have had me waking up in cold-sweat nightmares
already, more than twice.
As of this particular moment, my p-p 250TH x p-p 250TH rig is in storage.
I've got a TS-2000 and a Swan Mark II 3-500Z amp that does fairly decent
on AM at around 150w of carrier and near 100% modulation.
> SDR intrigues me. I've played with a couple of on-line SDR receivers
> and seeing the actual bandwidth of some stations is amazing. Having a
> receiver with no other noise and only monitoring the transmitted audio
> would tell a lot about some other components of the transmitted signal.
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