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OgreVorbis
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I noticed on your AM transmitter page that it says you're bringing it back with a new version. What features are in the new version?

I have been interested in AM broadcasting for a while, but I am unable to find high quality transmitters. The only ones available are the low quality ones from Greece. Anyway, I thought I'd make some suggestions.

Maybe use the DDS AD9850 chip instead of PLL VCO (assuming that is what it is now).
Also, it would be nice to have C-QUAM stereo.

Maybe you'd also want to sell linear amps for AM (AFAIK no one seems to sell these). I have a schematic for 100W (400W PEP) AM amplifier using cheap IRFP audio mosfets that work on medium wave band.
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Yes, there will probably be a new AM transmitters.

If a customer ordering large quantity commits.

Specs are top secret

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