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energy105
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Post Cyber Max 15-20 WATT OUTPUT POWER Reply with quote
Hello, I got the missing parts today. Thanks for sorting that out fast I have the transmitter to a dummy load testing its output. there is something strange. At the low end of the band I get over 20 watts and at the high end of the band I get under 10 watts. The thing is my frequency is at the high end Is there something I can do inside the transmitter to adjust the amp or something change a part maybe? I did some testing on the dummy load overall great transmitter it sounds nice to Just would like abit more output on my frequency.
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If you expand the coils inside a bit you'll even it out and get more
power at the top as well.

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The coils inside the exiter or the amp?
thanks
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The amp

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Ok I did that all works great.. its putting out 15 watts .. my swr is 1:2
It worked for 1 hour and now cant get more then 200 mw and the sw light is on. What I think is the final went.. How dont ask me everything is working fine the fan and all.. everything is the way its supposed to be with your 15 volts power supply and that 6db omni ant tuned to 105.5 fm. Anyways hope thats not a $200 part. This is very disapointing right after I did a test to and it was working fine! I checked my cables they are all fine. Anyways here is the test results when it did work for that very nice hour it had of fame while it lasted.

Here is the pasted message I was ready to send before this happend


Hey guys I just Installed a 3/4 wave vertical Antenna at home outside. Its about 50 feet from the ground.(the building is a few stories high) At around 6db at 15 watts I get a ERP of about 45 watts (without counting cable loss,connectors etc) Well this thing worked so good that I got my friend to make some testing on it. Here are the results:

This is the Antenna




Sorry about the quality of the pic but you get the idea
The frequency is 105.5 FM



Carriers



@ 122.5 MHZ Span 5mhz

123.23 MHZ -103dbm
124.60 MHZ -101dbm
120.25 MHZ (call Ch) -106dbm


@113 MHZ Span 1.5 MHZ

114.06 MHZ -80dbm
113.89 MHZ -100dbm
113.46 MHZ -100dbm
111.99 MHZ -100dbm
111.81 MHZ -92dbm

All this is good
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hehe sorry Jumped to conclusions to fast. It was a diode that died in my swr meter after its many years of use :p The transiter has great swr protection.
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Hehe, good news indeed

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