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Author Topic: TE Systems 200 Watt Repeater Amplifier  (Read 3862 times)
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« on: August 04, 2014, 04:16:58 AM »

I have long since tired of eBay and crooks and those that would fry a brand new amp and then clam it to be defective. I have just updated my ad for a 200 watt (actually it will do 235 but why push it?) http://www.eham.net/classifieds/saveedit/435022. It has never been used because our three repeaters are all 125 watt Motorola MSF 5000's and do just fine. I've included my phone number. If you add a relay you may also use it as a base amplifier for repeater's but not SSB. I have full power Motorola base station relays pulled from MSF's. Just add a keying voltage.

I will be listing quite a bit of stuff that clutters my equipment room.

Do you need a high power 900MHz linking system? 35 watt Motorola's with 16dBd yagis. Great for simplex links. Add two more Motorola's and you can do a duplex link. Just gimme a call and we can work it out. New firmware RC-210 controllers. Motorola 6 meter mobiles. GM 300's for 2 meters. 70cm.

What cha lookin' for? I may have it.
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