SB 104: replacement of PA amplifier Transistors

Discussion in '"Boat Anchor" & Classic Equipment' started by F5GF, Feb 14, 2011.

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  1. F5GF

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    With what recent transistors can we replace 2N6456 OR CD2664 of PA of SB 104 ? (MRF??)

    And eventualy for the Driver the same question for CD3442 OR PT6619?


    Daniel F5GF
  2. W9GB

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  3. F5GF

    F5GF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Have somebody the transistors characteristics of the driver of the P.A of the SB 104 (CD3442 or PT6619? I do not succeed in finding them on the net.
  4. W9GB

    W9GB Ham Member QRZ Page

    The PT6619 is a TRW manufactured part. TRW used the "PT" prefix in their numbers. TRW no longer OEM produces these parts. (Obsolete)
    Many of their products were based on or similar to the Motorola MRF/SRF series RF transistors.

    You will need to cross reference this part with a Motorola or Toshiba equivalent.
    RF Parts (California - USA) can assist you in that process.

    Advanced Semiconductor Inc. (ASI) manufactures a replacement line of PT transistors originally made by TRW and Motorola which they have now obsoleted.
    Theses PT transistors cover a full range of HF, VHF and UHF frequency ranges.
    For PT6619 price, delivery, and datasheet, see the part table on their web page (contact them for details -- per your question).

    CONTACT (telephone or e-mail): ASI (above); RF Parts (above), or

    Kees, K5BCQ :

    Surplus Sales of Nebraska (Bob), lists this surplus (discontinued) part as "in stock" at $ 40.00 USD

    Good luck !

    Last edited: Feb 18, 2011
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