Sun, 31 Jan 1999 21:14:26 +0000 (GMT)
Thanks. Looking forward to the QSL. Right now we have high power
transmitters waiting for some authority to operate. Once the LF band is
opened up to all amateurs, your transmitter may be attractive to many.
Until then interest will be limited. I am forwarding your comments to
On Sun, 31 Jan 1999, George Jacob wrote:
> > We will be putting some information up in a few weeks on our web site at
> > www.amrad.org You are invited to check it out from time to time for new
> > LF information.
> > You can QSL to:
> > Frank Gentges K0BRA
> > 9251 Wood Glade DR
> > Great Falls, VA 22066
> > It is interesting to note that I copied only 3 lowfers and all 3 were
> > near Pittsburg PA. They were yours and A3O and QYV.
> > Frank
> Frank, thanks for the reception report! I will QSL asap. That was a
> nice field trip for an amateur radio club to stir some interest in the
> LF band. By the way, I am kicking around actually producing a high
> powered, very simple CW transmitter for use on the Lowfer band. It has
> very few components and is a switching design that runs at 80% plus
> efficiencies. 200 watts is not a problem at 24 volts with a single
> final transistor. I am putting out feelers to see if anybody might be
> interested and to set an inviting price. Thanks again for the report!