both the triton 1 and triton 2 had to have their receiver's front ends
peaked... you still had to "tune the front end" on both of those
they did not have the completely "NO TUNE" design like the SB-104.
Although I admit, the SB-104 kinda of sucked, it had a lot of "firsts"
1. fully solid state no tune design
2. broadband transmitter
3 digital readout for frequency
that being said. I have the flame proof suit on and the deflectors are
at full power.
SunLight Energy Systems
The Heathkit Shop
On Feb 24, 2006, at 11:47 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> At 10:32 AM 2/24/06, Mike Bryce wrote:
>> Whoa... don't forget the Heathkit SB-104 introduced in 1974. All solid
>> state with broadband tuning on both receiver and transmitter.
> Yep, but it wasn't the first.... guess the Triton 1 and 2 were the
> (other than their QRP predecessors) arriving about 1971. Really
> the state of the art back then, and even now.... long live
> neatest industry! :-)
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