>I would like info on people's experience building broadband, legal
>limit, HF amplifiers.
If you had one, you would still need a plethora of Chebyshev tuned
bandpass filters at the output to meet fcc spurious emission suppression
specs. There is no such thing as a fcc-legal HF amplifier that does not
have a tuned output.
>I've never done a project of this caliber before,
>but am looking into it for maybe next winter. I know there are designs
>out there, and that it has been done. I'm looking for schematics, kits,
>thoughts, ideas, and an elmer!
>Thanks in advance.
- A tuned output, a.k.a. tank, will handle a variety of unoptimal loads,
can be quite efficient if adequate conductors are used, and it suppresses
spurious radiation. A tuned output is the best thing since sliced
R. L. Measures, 805-386-3734, AG6K
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