|[AMRadio] Tech info for some mow dern stuff.|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Thu Aug 3 06:16:19 EDT 2017
On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 1:46 PM, Randy Berry <randyn3lrx at gmail.com> wrote:
> My Plastic Radio is a K7DYY Super Senior.
That's an AM rig. A plastic radio is a manufactured slopbucket
transceiver, usually solid state and made off-shore after around 1980.
The DYY rig, is a real AM rig, class D. a few broadcast transmitter
manufacturers briefly made tube class D pulse width rigs in the 1980s.
Continental made one that ran three 3-500Zs, two for the final PA and
one to switch it on and off.
> It might be modern but at
> least it's a REAL AM transmitter, and legal limit out of the box.
Depends on what you mean by "legal limit."
> 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.
Good luck with the class E rig. Also hope you realize your dream of a
Once you go vacuum in a rack there's no retraction back. One look at
hot glass and you'll give solid state a pass.
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