Re: Questions about uBitX
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On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 11:09 AM, Albert Woodhull <n1aw@...>
I'm very interested in the uBitx. I'm particularly interested in using the rig for SOTA. I haven't seen any
data on power consumption, both receiving and transmitting current demand.
Also would like know about total weight - obviously I would want a lightweight enclosure, and would appreciate
ideas on ideas for that.
The documentation on line has suggestions about adding a narrower filter for CW; has anyone done this? And
does the main circuit board provide for adding an alternate filter without having to cut traces on the board?
I think IRF510s can probably be used at voltages higher than 12V. Has anyone experimented with using a higher
voltage for the final amplifier to get more than 10 watts out? That would maybe not be useful for SOTA, but perhaps
for home station or mobile use?
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