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Antennas : Theory
  • Using a Directional Wattmeter to measure VSWR - These simple instructions will guide you through the operations required to calculate antenna system VSWR: preparation, connecting the wattmeter, taking the readings, calculating VSWR, and disconnecting the wattmeter.
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Manufacturers : Wattmeters
  • Bird Technologies - Bird Technologies, The RF Experts - manufacturer of Analyzers, Attenuators, Terminations & Loads, Duplexer and Triplexers and RF Wattmeters
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Radio Equipment : HF Transceivers : Kenwood TS-450S
  • Kenwood TS-450S - The Kenwood TS-450S is a formidable transceiver covering 160 through 10 meters including the WARC bands with 100 watts input
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Shopping and Services : Test equipment
  • ChuckMartin - RF Supply - RF Wattmeters - RF Power Measurement - Bird Wattmeters Telewave - Coaxial Dynamics Wattmeters - Daiwa Wattmeters
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Technical Reference : Amplifiers : HF Amplifiers
  • GS-35B Tube Amp - 160-10 Meters 1500 Watt Amp - W4NFR
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  • 3-500Z Amplifier Project - This article loaded with nice pictures and schematics, describes a 160-10 meter linear amplifier that uses a pair of 3-500Z triode power tubes. It was designed and constructed by William Moneysmith, W4NFR. The amplifier features fast warm up and 1500-Watt RF output with 100-Watts of drive.
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Technical Reference : Amplifiers : VHF Amplifiers
  • 80W all mode VHF amplifier - 80 watt multi-mode amplifier using one of the newer S-AV36 Toshiba modules. Less than 50 milliwatts will drive it to full output in any mode.
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Technical Reference : Arduino
  • SWR / Wattmeter with Arduino Uno Shield - SWR / Wattmeter with Arduino Uno Shield. It can measure from 2 to 200 watt and SWR for HF Ham radio.
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  • The WB0RIO 28 Mhz Arduino Beacon - This project involves the construction of a 5 Watt Morse code beacon transmitter that operates in the 28.200 to 28.300 section of the 10 Meter Amateur Radio band. The beacon controller uses an Arduino Uno microprocessor board to produce the three signals that control the transmitter.
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Technical Reference : Power Meter
  • G3PTO Power Meter - This Power meter is capable of dissipating up to 100 watts for a short period and 20 watts continuously
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  • Build a simple RF sampler - Homemade simple RF sampler for the Bird Model 43 Thruline Wattmeter By W3KKC
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  • Inside Those Bird Slugs - Notes on Birds wattmeter slugs
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  • Elecraft W2 Watt Meter Build - N1IC - Elecraft W2 Wattmeter Build (part of Elecraft K3 Build)
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  • Digital Wattmeter - A digital wattmeter project with pictures, schematics diagrams and PCB setup instruction
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  • A 500 Watt HF Dummy Load and Power Meter - This project was published in the April 2004 issue of the Australian magazine Amateur Radio, and has been designed using parts which are very readily available.
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  • A simple QRP Power Meter Project - A really simple project to make a power meter measuring RF output powers from a few mW up to half a watt. A DIY amateur radio project for QRP enthusiasts
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Technical Reference : SWR Meters Technical Reference : Test Equipment : RF Probe
  • RF Probs and Watt meter - This RF probe can be used at High Frequency (HF) or Ultra High Frequency (UHF) on both 50 and 75 ohm coaxial cables.
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Technical Reference : Transverters
  • 2N2/6 40 to 6 m Transverter - This project is a 40 meter to 6 meter CW "no tune" transverter using ten 2N2222 transistors and one 2N2907. The transverter requires 2 watts of drive from a 40 meter cw transceiver and outputs 2 watts on 6 meters.
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