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Reviews Categories | Amplifiers: RF Power - 6M/VHF/UHF+ | Microwave Modules MML 144/100-s Help

Reviews Summary for Microwave Modules MML 144/100-s
Microwave Modules MML 144/100-s Reviews: 4 Average rating: 3.5/5 MSRP: $250
Description: 144MHz Amp 100W
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G4TRA Rating: 4/5 Nov 5, 2008 03:00 Send this review to a friend
Valuable friend  Time owned: more than 12 months
Never ever gave complete 100 watts, more like 80-90 as other users report, but rugged enough to be regularly used both on FM and SSB for over 28 years now, so that can't be bad can it. The preamp is more a meter pusher than aid to pulling signals out of the noise. Worth buying if the price is right.
2E1MPC Rating: 3/5 Jun 30, 2007 06:22 Send this review to a friend
mml 100s  Time owned: more than 12 months
i have a second hand one , runs about 80 watts with ten in , on 144 to 146 output still the same , poor example i think , well made usefull preamp , ok for out in the field ,or off a hand held works with 1 watt in
M0CLX Rating: 4/5 Nov 24, 2003 08:16 Send this review to a friend
A nice amp that does it's job well  Time owned: more than 12 months
I have the LS version which puts out 100W from 3w or 1w input. I use it with my FT-290 and the amp really does seem to do it's job well. Haven't had any problems with overheating, but do find its worth connecting the ptt direct (jack on the back of the amp) as on ssb the rf switching clips a bit. The switches are a little flimsy but seem to work OK. The preamp does seem to help in marginal conditions.
A good buy and nice to have a bit more power over the 25W boys!
PE3HMP Rating: 3/5 Jan 5, 2002 13:58 Send this review to a friend
good amp  Time owned: more than 12 months
With 10 watts input it should give 100Watts output, I bought it second hand and it gives about 90 watts output.

The preamp does 20db gain but with 18db noise so +2db actual gain (not bad at all concidering I use a TS790).

The outputt power goes down to about 80Watt when it gets warm (so I use a small 12v fan on top to keep te 90watt).

No VSWR protection or input protection.

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