The SuperPacker HF Amplifier

Gottlieb, Jonathan; Mitz, Andy
December 2005
QST;Dec2005, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p31
Presents tips and advisories in creating the SuperPacker HF (high frequency) Amplifier. Design and features of the HF amplifier system; Construction and testing of the device; Assembly of the chassis; Performance and operation of the device.


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