|[AMRadio] Tech info for some mow dern stuff.|
randyn3lrx at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 14:46:06 EDT 2017
My Plastic Radio is a K7DYY Super Senior. It might be modern but at
least it's a REAL AM transmitter, and legal limit out of the box. I
tried to build a Class E transmitter but that project is still in
pieces. in my closet. I'd love to build a big bottle rig one day when
I have the space to do it.
73 es gl de Randy N3LRX
On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 2:37 PM, Larry Szendrei <ne1s at securespeed.us> wrote:
> On 8/2/17 2:26 PM, Donald Chester wrote:
>> The best way to use a plastic radio for AM is to disable the audio
>> completely or else cut the af gain back to minimum, run it at reduced
>> carrier and use it as a VFO to drive a plate-modulated transmitter. If it
>> has enough carrier output capability at 100% duty cycle, it may be able to
>> drive the final directly without a separate driver stage, particularly if
>> the final is a tetrode or pentode.
> That's what I do with my legal-limit PDM AM rig - a Kenmore TS-440 is the RF
> exciter driving the tetrode class C final grids with ~35W. They wouldn't
> need that much except I have the grid circuit loaded with some non-X R.
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