>On Sat, 7 Jun 97 11:20:32 -0700 Rich Measures <email@example.com> writes:
>>>The FCC used to issue citations for excessive bandwidth, W8LAD (sk)
>>>Carl was the recipient of several with his G2DAF style amplifier.
>>Say it ain't so, Carl. ...... Seriously, Tom, lots of folks got fooled
>>by the Class C linear folly. Two of my friends got sucked in.
>... ... My last FCC
>pink slip was in 1955 when my ARRL Handbook 6AG7-6L6 rig was putting out
>more RF on a Canadian Aviation freq on 11.1 MHz than on 80M.
According to the FCC, mine was QRMing 8 - 9 MHz. You must have used
shorter lead lengths, Carl.
> The idiotic design used an untuned plate in the 6AG7 and just a simple
>Pi in the 6L6 plate. Of course I didnt know even what that meant back
I wonder how many other guys besides us got cited, due to this idiotic
>...but it started a 42 year cycle of not trusting/believing anything
>technical published by the ARRL.
For me, the last straw was the somewhat less than truthful,
crocodillian 'apology' in the Feb. 1996 issue of QST magazine.
R. L. Measures, 805-386-3734, AG6K
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