[TenTec] In praise of older technology
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Mon Feb 24 12:50:20 EST 2014
If anyone would like it, I have a really great 50 Volt transformer available, and it will easily supply 20 amps continuous and go to 25 or 30 A max. Inquire off the list if you would like to have this.
Best regards - Bry Carling AF4K
> On Feb 24, 2014, at 12:13 PM, "R. Eric Sluder-W9WLW" <resluder at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I was talking to a fellow Ham on 80/75 meters the other night and I noticed his audio just didn't seem right. He was running a TS-950s, and a Henry amp and talking into a D104. I turned my Softrock Ensemble II on and looked at his transmit signal. Goodness... the bottom end extended another 1 Khz down the band (KC for others... hi)!!!
> I have to give Ten-Tec credit, when I looked at my Eagle's transmit signal for SSB, it looked pretty dang good. Much better than some new brand Y, and others I've seen on the air.
> I do hope we give up on the 12 V power supply concept much like the auto industry did with 6 volt systems in autos. It's time for us to move up in voltage and embrace it. It'll open up a small market for someone to build devices to combine and balance our existing 12 volt supplies for a 24 volt feed to our transmitters. Or heck, why not 50 volts...?!?!
>> How about we all get focused on the broadband noise that all modern
>> transmitters these days generate, some less so, some more so, and some are
>> really culprits. Now that's a technical discussion that might someday lead
>> to improving our hobby!
>> 73 - Rick, DJ0IP
>> (Nr. Frankfurt am Main)
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