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1. [Amps] SB200 on 30m (score: 1)
Author: jerome schatten <>
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2017 19:58:59 -0700
Hi On 30m using the 20m band-switch position, Im able to get about 200w out into a dummy load/wattmeter before the grid current rises faster than the plate current. On 80/40 I can get over 400w out.
/archives//html/Amps/2017-10/msg00068.html (7,356 bytes)

2. Re: [Amps] SB200 on 30m (score: 1)
Author: RAY FRIESS <>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2017 03:07:16 +0000
Use the 10M band setting for 12, 15M for 17, and 20M for 30. Then, starting out with low drive power (about 10 watts) tune the amp like you would normally. The sweet spots on the Tune and Load cap kn
/archives//html/Amps/2017-10/msg00069.html (8,803 bytes)

3. Re: [Amps] SB200 on 30m (score: 1)
Author: Steve Wright <>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2017 16:07:08 +1300
aww, the SB200 is a grand old lady of ham radio - I wouldn't hack it around.. Your requirements are quite straight forward - why not put a GS-35B in a nice steel grey-painted box with some metering o
/archives//html/Amps/2017-10/msg00070.html (6,916 bytes)

4. Re: [Amps] SB200 on 30m (score: 1)
Author: Vic Rosenthal <>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2017 08:47:24 +0300
Just move the 20m tap to about halfway between its original location and the 40m tap. This should have no effect on 80/40 at all. Vic 4X6GP _______________________________________________ Amps mailin
/archives//html/Amps/2017-10/msg00072.html (7,635 bytes)

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