CORRECT. In fact, for FCC Commercial broadcast you could build / rework transmitters, and pass proof, at one time -- BUT required inspection and sign-off by FCC Field Engineer.
Originally Posted by KG6WOU
... any how many of these Want To Be DIY amplifier builders could actually pass FCC build inspections and final licensing of their DIY builds?? Guess some of us could create a memorization guide to pass such a process....
Distribution transformers manufactured by Howard Industries beginning January 1,2010 will comply with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) minimum efficiency requirements as applicable according to the scope of DOE's final rules.
Originally Posted by N3JBH
Howard Industries is now offering some of its distribution transformers with super-efficient designs featuring amorphous metal core technology.
ComEd, here locally, are rebuilding / updating the substations in this area due to new Midwest data centers (e.g. Microsoft, others) and O'Hare expansion. We have lived off excess capacity from manufacturing that went overseas and southern US in 1970s / 1980s, infrastructure at capacity and worn out.
Last edited by W9GB; 08-21-2012 at 02:11 AM.
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