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Welcome!!

PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2003 1:49 am
by blaine
Hey guys!
I created this message board for all of us who wish to discuss solid state stuff.
I figured this would be a great place for those interested in Steve and Bobs work on solid state AM.
Yes I am the admin of this board 8)
When registering, dont be afraid to use your email, i will not give it out and you can set it up so it doesnt display.
If you have any problems please leave me a message.
Feel free to post and enjoy.

Blaine - N1GTU

OK Blaine...............

PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2003 5:49 am
by KC2IFR
I hope this works Blaine. Im trying to figure out how to use this format.
Good idea to create this board in my opinion. :D
Bill KC2IFR

PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2003 1:34 pm
by blaine
Hi Bill :)

PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2003 3:06 pm
by VE7KHz
Awesome Blaine! Thanks!

I sure hope to find some time to build this rig soon. I now have all parts except the boards. :lol: I am still undecided on what to use for a modulator. I have large heatsinks and don't much care about efficiency, I just want simplicity.

I am curious to hear from other users what they are going to use for modulators.

So, Blaine, thanks and modulator... :wink:

Paul
VE7Khz

What An Incredible Source of Information!

PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2003 12:44 am
by Joe N6DGY
Hi all,

After having subscribed to Electric Radio since its inception, I obviously have an interest in AM operation. I'll admit though that my HF equipment has been in storage for years and other than an occasional contact on 2m, I haven't been on the ham bands in ages.

I've been searching for a site such as WA1QIX's class E site for some time. Living in Utah, hamfests are few and far between, so I am really excited to have found these pages describing state-of-the-art AM transmitters. Vacuum tubes are fine, and I'll admit that at my old age of 39, they are a big part of my hobby with restoration of broadcast receivers and such. However, what a joy it will be to be able to build relatively inexpensive transmitters in the 300 watt class from parts available from Mouser or DigiKey. Also, it will be nice to have a transmitter whose weight doesn't match its power! This may even get me active on the HF bands again!

My understanding of class E is somewhat vague. Most of my knowledge relates to high-level modulation. I look forward to reading through the WA1QIX site and absorbing whatever I can.

Lastly, thanks for making these forums available. Reading through many of the topics, I see there are a lot of knowledgable and helpful people here.

73, Joe

Re: Welcome!!

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:30 am
by satelitis
Good day to everyone
Greetings from Greece
Just arrived here, very nice forum

73's
Chris

Re: Welcome!!

PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2015 7:11 pm
by Mark_WB2ERS
Hello all. I have been working on the E rig for some time now.
I hope I can add something constructive !