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Author Topic: Recommend a book?  (Read 1522 times)
GW8FKB
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« on: November 20, 2005, 12:21:53 AM »

Hi, I want to build a grounded grid probably using one of the Russian triodes, could someone recomend a recent  book, #I'm looking for tuned input circuitry really but a book would be useful, or does anyone have a recent book on Linears for sale? I could pay by Paypal. Thanks Arthur GW8FKB
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N2AXZ
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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2005, 09:26:13 AM »

Hi Arthur:

Input tuning circuitry is pretty simple --- just some pi networks.  I am homebrewing a 1500W linear grounded grid amp with a pair of 3-500Z triodes.  Send me an email at dfern1@cox.net and I can send you some jpegs of the input network and the schematic for it.

For a book, try the Radio Amateur's Handbook published by ARRL.  They always have a lot of good circuit examples and a really good discussion of the theory behind how to build a good amplifier.

73,

David
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