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Author Topic: Tuner and Amplifier Connection Order  (Read 33039 times)
KC4MOP
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« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2013, 03:30:57 AM »

There ain't nothing wrong with rookie questions,,we're trying to elmer each other to a great time with our hobby. Better to get a process figured out than to burn up expensive hardware.
And to the teacher type operators, try to leave out the deep theory stuff out of the explanations. Or simplify your reply so that it does not create more mumbo jumbo to a new operator.

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N4CR
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« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2013, 07:31:48 AM »

And to the teacher type operators, try to leave out the deep theory stuff out of the explanations. Or simplify your reply so that it does not create more mumbo jumbo to a new operator.

What is deep theory? What are you referring to? I just re-read the thread and I don't see any deep theory. For example, deep theory here would be to introduce the conjugate matching theorem. Didn't happen... You can't leave out the details of a process and get anyone to understand the process vs do the process. It's easy to teach someone how to do a process, it's another thing entirely for them to understand why.

I try to teach both do and why here. If someone doesn't get it, that's not on me unless it was a horrible explanation. And if a questions reveals another question, we can't know that until the person asking questions asks the next question. Often this leads to deeper theory.
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« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2017, 06:08:30 PM »

Since this is a old post and nobody really hit on what the man was asking, novicences remember your tuner is rated in 200 watts, 500 watts, 1K watts and 1.5K watts because the amp is FEED INTO them.

amp ---- tuner ---- antenna.  The tuner must be able to handle ALL the wattage of the amp.

Otherwise they would ALL be rated at 100 watts.

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KK4YDR
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« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2017, 07:04:59 PM »

English version:

Antenna --> Large Enough Tuner --> Watt meter/SWR meter --> Amplifier --> Radio    

Smiley  good luck!
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N2UNJ
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« Reply #19 on: August 15, 2019, 05:11:15 AM »

THANK YOU! I'M A TECH STUDYING FOR MY GENERAL CLASS AND I'M PUTTING TOGETHER MY FT1000MP WITH MY AMERITRON AL-80B ALONG WITH A NYE VIKING MB-V-A I WAS GIFTED AND I REALLY DON'T WANT TO MESS IT UP! THANKS MUCH!!  73'S N2UNJ
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WA2VUY
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« Reply #20 on: August 18, 2019, 05:37:24 PM »

Large enough watt meter/swr too, and also antenna (when using an amp)

quote author=KK4YDR link=topic=87379.msg983233#msg983233 date=1488251099]
English version:

Antenna --> Large Enough Tuner --> Watt meter/SWR meter --> Amplifier --> Radio    

Smiley  good luck!
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