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petertje
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Is there a possibility to use these frequencies with this transmitter?

5950 - 6200
7100 - 7300
9500 - 9900
11650 - 12050
13600 - 13800
15100 - 15600
17550 - 17900
21450 - 21850
25670 - 26100

Thanks!
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I think if you go to the am radio section of PCS you wind the frequency coverage.
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Basically, if you write us an email and ask for any kind of operating
frequency, it can probably be done.

Just don't expect it to be all-in-one. We'll do a mod for one band for you, but that's what you'll have.

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Hi. If I was to obtain an am transmitter for short wave use, for example on 48 or 41 metres, then how may frequencies would it cover. In other words would the bandwidth coverage be 100, 200 or 300 khz or more. Can you please tell me? Thanks.

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For example, there is a 6000-7000KHz version,
which evidently covers about 1 MHz.

A version for 5-6, 3-4, 6-7 or 7-8 etc is easily
arrangeable.

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Thank you for the quick reply, Mark. Very much appreciated.
I may wish to make an order soon.

Cheers,
Gary
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6-7MHz units are on stock, there's also lots of mw band units
on stock (540-1710KHz).

5-6MHz and 40-80m HAM versions could be arranged quite
fast.

Any other version might require a bit longer to ship.

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Hi Mark. Am I right in saying that the ham version covers more than one band? How many bands altogether and what are their frequency ranges? Or is it one band only and you have to choose which band when you order? Hope you can help.

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Just 40 and 80 meters at the moment.

That's 3.5-4MHz and 7-8 MHz.

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Mark, thanks for the reply. I am considering whether to make an order at the moment. I will decide soon. Though in all honesty I'm really after more power than the 7 or 10 watts of your AM transmitter. Some sort of AM amplifier would be a useful addition, but i don't think you make these.
Would ideally like 75 or 100 watts or more.
I'll make a decision real soon.

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