My MB1 (circa Sept 2016) never reaches anywhere near the claimed 100W power output. So for example :-
160M- 80W, 80M-74W, 40M- 76W, 30M - 82W, 20M - 84W, 15M- 88W, 10M - 64W, 6M - 46W, 2M - 25W
All reading are PEAK, not average, & are measured when using CW or TUNE into a 50 ohm dummy load. The voltage as indicated at the bottom of the SDR display is12.2V when not keyed & this occasionally drops 0.1V to 12.1 when keyed into the 50ohm dummy load. The measurements are from my LP-100A instrument grade power meter
I know that output always varies by band but is the 12.2V typical or should it be higher? I am using the EE power cable as supplied with the MB1. The low output is not a problem to me as I can connect to an amplifier if I require more power. but i would like to know the experience of other MB1 owners, can you get 100W peak power output?
Последнее редактирование: 29 Дек 2019 15:49 от G3XLG. Причина: typo
Mine is mostly well below 100W with 12m an exception where it is 125 watts. You can email Roman directly if you would like an administration session by TeamViewer where power adjustments can be made if appropriate by EE. The 12.2V is typical so far as I know.
Последнее редактирование: 29 Дек 2019 21:14 от g0cgl.