A remote Power Supply for the SB-220

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Amplifiers' started by WA6MHZ, Apr 26, 2017.

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  1. WA6MHZ

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    the 1MH choke worked great, no smoke yet!!! (KNOCK ON WOOD) tested it thoroughly for a long period with no signs of distress. Think we are Golden!
     
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  2. AF6LJ

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    the choke will be fine Pat. :)
     
  3. AF6LJ

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    The video will go up after I can edit it.
     
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  4. WA7PRC

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    Clean power is good. Dirty power is bad. I'm interested in seeing the display on the monitor 'scope. :)
     
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  5. AF6LJ

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    Well the good news is the amp didn't exhibit any signs if instability.
    The bad news...
    No tests were preformed.
     
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  6. AF6LJ

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  7. WA7PRC

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    No IMD testing? Not even a check for flat-topping???
    I prefer to not force those above and below my operating frequency to let me know when my signal is splattering, and "as broad as a barn door".
     
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  8. KV6O

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    Great news, Pat and Sue! Excellent!

    In other news, the FCC announced today a new, 100W limit on 6M for hams in San Diego, specifically in Crest. Very strange... :p
     
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  9. WA6MHZ

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    I dont do alot of 6m operating. But i would like to work K1T Dave who is 20CW right now
     
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  10. AF6LJ

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    :)
    I would suggest you take it up with my supervisor. ;)
     

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