I have a Galaxy HD29 radio, not sure what it puts out on the low end off the top of my head but on high it puts out 40 watts. I have had numerous compliments on this radio and how it sounds but would like a little more power sometimes. I thought about buying another radio (Galaxy HD47) that puts out 100 watts; it has echo(which I want but it will be turned down, I have heard several people that had their echo turned down low and their radio's really sounded good, wouldn't have known they had echo had I not asked) but don't care for all of the other junk(roger beep, backlit, and etc..). I also thought about switching the radio to low power and use a 100 watt when I wanted. Any suggestions or thoughts?
SILICON NPN EPITAXIAL PLANAR TYPE
2-30MHz SSB LINEAR POWER AMPLIFIER APPLICATIONS.
(LOW SUPPLY VOLTAGE USE)
- Specified 12.5V, 28MHz Characteristics
- Output Power : Po=100WPEP
- Power Gain : Gp=13dB
- Collector Efficiency : '7 C = 35% (Min.)
- Intermodulation Distortion : IMD= -24dB(Max.)
gotta love those.
How would this work if I use it with my radio on low power? Also, what is the thing about the crystal that is mentioned at the bottom?
Texas Star Variable CW Transmitter - Mod V (1102)
*Receive Pre Amp
*v+, mod v+, amp, amps, amplifier
*A crystal must be installed to determine the frequency of operation
Or how about this for an amp?
RM Italy KL 203P HF Linear Amplifier
Frequency 20-30mhz, works on 15 meter, 12 meter and 10 meter ham band.
- Mode FM-SSB-CW
- Input power 1 - 5 W Max; Output power: 100 - 200 W Max, Preamp
- Supply 12-14 Vcc