To save a bit of desk space and to save me getting annoyed at solder getting tangled in my projects I decided to make a couple of solder holders / dispensers.
Monthly Archive: August 2014
The SSPA is all boxed ready for field testing. 10w in for 850w out. #wp #hamr http://t.co/VrGw0GYpUX
Not quite pushing the SSPA to its limit, but it’s not blown up yet either while playing at these levels 🙂 #wp #hamr http://t.co/b8lgKVDAJM
15w drive (3.25w into the SSPA after the 6dB ATT) produces a little over 800w. Now to align and check #wp #hamr http://t.co/EFHw7nvF6j
I remade my meter driver board so I could get at the variables (temp and RF level) on the W6PQL controller PCB #wp http://t.co/i1d56oSWUM
The normal M3 screw heads don’t fit the flanges, in the end soldering was the only option #griddle @G4GUO #wp #hamr http://t.co/ASAUKAe9pS
Satisfying. With 4.5w in, 1.125w after the 6dB pad, there is 400w out the SSPA, which is what I expect #wp #hamr http://t.co/MnW7DSwdMP