140--170mhz 100W hand power amplifier making process

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  1. BG6GLL

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    140--170mhz 100W hand power amplifier making process


    Input: 4W
    Output: 100W
    Voltage: 24V
    Current: 6.5-7a
     
  2. BG6GLL

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  4. PD0RMQ

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    hi i have the same only 80-180mhz 170w but i have no idee were i must soldeer the componends dit you have a scheet or pdf ?
    an is it possible send it ? greetings klaas groos pd0rmq
     
  5. WA9SVD

    WA9SVD Ham Member QRZ Page

    How can the power output be less than the DC input? (7A @ 13.8 Volts? ) Or does the amp need a 24-28 Volt supply?
     
  6. BG6GLL

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  8. BG6GLL

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  10. KB2WVO

    KB2WVO Ham Member QRZ Page

    do a 400 watter for 75 .. i would be lookin for one..
     

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