He's also the founder and developer of the AN Wireless line of self
Nobody can argue the quality of those towers, period. This is a start up
and we should probably cut them some slack.
A 1.5KW, brick on the key, 10:1, auto-tuner is going to cost north of
$1K whether it's internal or external.
The devices are rated for 300W output from 1 - 150MHz so I don't
understand the power drop on 6m.
On 2/26/2016 7:20 AM, Larry Dighera wrote:
The amp looks good from the CGI images, but it is what isn't said/shown that is
disturbing. Why is the image of the "Revolutionary" user interface so small as
to be unreadable? Although implied, I find no mention of the word 'autotune.'
What would you give for actual high-resolution photographs of the interior of
the amp? You'll find significantly more information about the first iteration
of the amp (tubes) in the Spring 2013 Dedicated RF newsletter here:
and summer 2013 here:
Interesting 2012 thread here ostensibly concerning legacy Commander / "Palstar
I did find a photograph of Dan Simmonds (KK3AN), former trucker and apparent
developer of the amp, here: <http://www.anwireless.com/>. Others here:
<http://www.kk3an.com/alaska2010.html>. He is apparently also a member of this
mailing list: <http://lists.contesting.com/_amps/2013-01/msg00094.html>.
R. Kevin Stover
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