> If your Pro is hitting the ALS-600 with just a 125 watt
> spike, that's more than 3dB overdrive and could cause a
> problem for the MRF-150s. Since your ALS-600 requires only
> 60 watts of drive, I would be looking to install a 2 dB
> pad between the T/R relay and the input transformer in the
> amplifier. That will allow you to run the transceiver at
> normal power levels and minimize any spike.
You might not need to worry about going inside the amplifier. With
anything other than the smallest antenna and deafest of rigs, 2, 3
or even 6dB in the rx path is unlikely to make any difference to
what you can hear.
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