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Any chance of you guys coming out with a 100 watt amplifier for your AM transmitter?
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Nope, we will come out with a 100W transmitter

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dat was a good News 100 W AM Transmitter WAW
good job PCS
do you now wen the Transmitter coming out


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That ought to get out 3-4 times as far. Are you going to cover AM 540-1710 Khz?

International shortwave and longwave would be nice. It would be a blast to retransmit BBC Radio 4 on 198 kHz but the antenna would be quite a chore.

When are you going to unveil it for mass consumption?
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MW band will be covered for sure, not sure about the others yet.

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Any date for sale?
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Early February.

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Wow!
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Part 15 devices are getting more powerful...

100 milliwatts is the same thing as 100 watts, right?

So anyhow, how much is it cost $$$?

A nice add-on will be a built in modulation, SWR and power meter. Plus adjustable output and the unit will rule.
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we just bought an AM MAXII DSP but probably shoulve gotten the 100 watt version....for those of us who already have the 10W version, does anyone know of an amp without buying a whole new transmitter.?
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The 100W unit is not available yet. I wanted to see how much
interest exists and I must say there's almost none so we
halted development on this one for the moment.

I've just reduced price for AM MAX II (50 euro less), you got yours
at reduced price already. I guess I'm just saying AM MAX might
be a cool thing to play with through the summer...

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does that mean you may be making an amp for the 10 watter? if so, we would definatley get one
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i've also heard that a ham amplifier running 1.5-1.8 ~ 30 mhz will work, is that true? comments? suggestions?
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Sure, it should work just fine.

There are hams out there using AM MAX II.

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