The "Linear Power TX" -revisited-
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Evan's comments on this TX
First: For my comments regarding The "Linear Power TX", which forms the basis for this TX, please see: http://www.xminusone.com/am/power/power.htm
Modifications made during this revisit:
Adding a visual VU-Meter adds a pretty cool look!
Final Comments regarding the transmitters found on my website:
Well as you step through my various TX pages you can see the evolution I've gone through to build the best quality, low power, AM, tube type transmitter. I think I've finally..... pretty nearly, achieved it. It's been fun and exciting to research this material and to build a number of different TX's. I've attempted to bring the value of my research to you so you do not have to burn as much time as I have in your attempt to build the same. My advice to you - HAVE FUN - and build you own TX, however do not omit the small stuff, thinking "well this won't make any real difference so I'll leave it out". In the end it all adds up, either for good or bad!
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For a closer look at the tuning eye circuit.
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The pictures below may not show every update.
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The ribbon cable you see goes to the LED's installed in the tube sockets.
All on a single 6" X 8" top!
To answer your FAQ's
This is what the TX sounds like while listening to a 1938 Air Castle radio - with a 12" speaker.