Sounds fine to me, I don't have this rig but your numbers sound good.
You could possibly tweek, adjust, peak, dip, tinker, and fiddle with it
and get another 1/2 watt out but why? To really know you'd have to
measure the input and go from there. Voltage has a bit to do with it as
73 Jeff aa8ve rain here today
On Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:13:51 -0500 Michael Melland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Just picking some knowledgeable brains. My little PM3A manual
> that power input is 5 watts. I'm getting about 2 watts out on 40
> and 1.5+- out on 20. Is that typical ?
> 73 de Mike, W9WIS
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