The entire state of Florida is
limited to 50 W transmit output.
I didn't look it up in the fine print of the Federal
Register, but many of us are limited on 70 cm.
Perhaps you didn't read the current USAF, FCC &
Interference / RF Power Reduction requirements. Any Amateur Radio Stations located
within 140 miles
of the three (3)
USAF PAVE PAWS Sites
or close to the U.S.
Boundries and/or Borders are
reduce their RF Power Output Level
50 Watts Maximum
. This conirms the State of Florida
required to comply which is too bad for the Ops
living down there.
Apparently you must
considered that I'm a new Ham and not
able to understand
the current FCC Rules & Regulations
this hobby. If you looked at my call sign, then you could have easily looked at my data and
found I'm currently located near Elgin, Illinois Grid Sq.
I have been licensed since October, 1968
in Ham Radio. Since I'm located 45
air-miles northwest of downtown Chicago, IL., I think I would qualify for being well over
the 140 air-miles from any three (3) of the USAF PAVE PAWS
I could be mistaken.
intending to call the local
Park Ridge, IL
on Monday morning August 11, 2008 and
confirm or deny the RF Power Limits for Northern, Illinois.
I've been all over the
Internet looking for a website like this one, assuming there are "RF Engineering" personnel
to answer technical questions related to Ham Radio, Land Mobile Radio and/or Electronic Hardware
now I question if those technical people really
Now back to my original request, "Does anyone have experience Pro or Con on (HF/VHF/UHF)
Linear LD MOSFET Amplifiers?