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|6GE5 plate curves.||Oct 22nd 2013, 03:53||3||176||on 29/10/13|
|Finding an article.||Jul 28th 2013, 19:29||2||218||on 30/7/13|
|Standard time and frequency station||Jun 26th 2013, 13:51||3||332||on 29/7/13|
|6GE5 plate curves.||W8AVD||on 29/10/13|
|Thank you Zack!|
|6GE5 plate curves.||W8AVD||on 22/10/13|
|Can anyone provide or lead me to a copy of the plate current/grid voltage curves for the 6GE5 tube?
|Standard time and frequency station||W8AVD||on 29/7/13|
|There is never anything but one second ticks and the identifier so I don't think it is the Cuba station RR.|
|Finding an article.||W8AVD||on 28/7/13|
|I am sure I have the issue but I have been unable to find the article in QST/QEX due to the lack of identifying the title, author, publication, or date.
I am looking for the article on a linear amplifier using MOSFETs that extended the frequency response by using a small inductance in the source lead of the MOSFETs.
Can someone identify the article, month and publication for me?
|Standard time and frequency station||W8AVD||on 26/6/13|
|While listening to AM on a transistor radio, in many places on the AM band I can hear a faint standard time station sending one second ticks and the only identifier is , "rr", sent on cw. This is certainly due to some kind of mixing product that winds up on the I.F. but I wonder what time station this is. Does anyone know?|