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Search: Posts Made By: SVTalaris
Forum: Electronics 03-05-2010
Replies: 169
Views: 24,823
Posted By SVTalaris
I'm not using the marine model. There is a 40 AMP...

I'm not using the marine model. There is a 40 AMP "super booster" at tgelectronics. It allows output voltage adjustment. I did not get the W4RRY model because he no longer makes his 30 AMP version.
Forum: Electronics 03-04-2010
Replies: 169
Views: 24,823
Posted By SVTalaris
Are capacitors in the ground path of any value...

Are capacitors in the ground path of any value with an Icom tuner? Icom's cable has a DC ground lug that they instruct you to connect to the tuner ground, right where the RF ground attaches. This...
Forum: Electronics 02-19-2010
Replies: 169
Views: 24,823
Posted By SVTalaris
SSB Ground and Lightning

I am about to fix an SSB install on a boat that I purchased. After doing some research, I have two questions:

(1) Does anyone use lightning protection between the backstay and the tuner? I am...
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