In a message dated 96-07-01 19:35:32 EDT, you write:
>Hmmmm, could this test have been performed in the hot southern climes of
>I'll bet my XA would burn your hands today with temps around 100 deg.F. and
>no RF applied.... >>
Well, I have some problems with the premise that the KT34XA traps have that
much internal resistance that there is significant heating under rf load... I
have that antenna in the air and when we go up the tower for summer
maintenance, I am taking a thermometer along and I intend to measure the
temperature change when driven by a Henry 3K... I will post my findings,
good, bad, or indifferent...
"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and that's good enough for
me".. A. Lincoln - 1st draft...