[amsat-bb] Re: Winter Project
Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF
nigel at ngunn.net
Thu Jan 7 08:53:13 PST 2010
On 07-Jan-10 16:14, Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF wrote:
> For the tube, I would recommend a QQV06-40 if you can find one.
> Was used extensively in the VHF mobile radio market (both for mobiles in the 1960s and base stations)
> Will need a 600V anode supply, 250V screen grid supply and 6.3 or 12.6V heaters.
> Can't find a specific design, I would just put the bits together and see what works.
> On 07-Jan-10 15:56, Douglas Anoman wrote:
>> I'm looking for a winter project can any one point me in the direction of a 2 meter tube amp nothing crazy about 25-50 out, 1-10 in. I have never used or played with a tube circuit so i thougt winter why not. Thanks 73
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