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Author Topic: Need 20w to 100w Amp- 1 watt Input  (Read 3251 times)
N3HKN
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« on: September 25, 2004, 09:43:24 AM »

I am using an SDR-1000 (Software Defined Radio) with excellent receive capabilities rivaling the FT-1000 series. However, it is constrained by a 1 watt output level on all bands. Therefore, I am looking for a way to get from 20 watts to 100 watts using an outboard amplifier.

One thought is to take one of the "illegal" CB amplifiers and install the proper low-pass filters (switchable) so that it meets FCC specs. I want to avoid the mechanical stuff with drilling heatsinks and PCB boards. Thus one of these amps simply becomes a basis for a good amp.

Another choice may be the Communications concept line of amps.

Any comments on these, or other sources for getting a 20 or 100 watt output on all bands.

Thanks,
Dick   N3HKN
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W5NIG
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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2004, 03:07:20 AM »

Go check out the website where you bought the rig, they are accepting advance orders for a 100w unit to work with the radio Smiley
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