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Re: L band amplifier group buy

At 12:00 PM 10/28/2007, Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
>Hi guys,
>I'm sending this from the airport waiting for my flight home from Symposium.
>As I discussed with a few of you here, I have just this weekend arranged a
>discounted price for AMSAT members on what looks to be a real deal on an
>L-band amplifier. I'll let the seller's webpage provide the details, but he
>has indicated that he will sell these amps, tuned for 1269 if so desired,
>for $195 dollars including shipping (lower 48 US). I'm ordering one this
>week, and I believe Mark Hammond N8MH has one already. I'd like to thank
>Mark for turning me on to these, and being the early adopter. Check them out
>We need 5 people to get this pricing, so please drop me a line if you order
>73, Drew KO4MA

Just a note to tell you I bought one of these from KJ6KO about 
3-years ago for 1296.  With 29.5 volts and 10w drive I am seeing 70w 
output.  Since the amplifier is broadband tuned it may work at both 
1296 and 1269.  You probably should contact Greg for his experience 
in converting these amps; he would know how wide a band they perform 
over.  I heartily recommend these amps!

Ed - KL7UW
  BP40IQ   50-MHz - 10-GHz   www.kl7uw.com
144-EME: FT-847, mgf-1801, 4x-xpol-20, 185w
DUBUS Magazine USA Rep dubususa@hotmail.com

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