mozz wrote:Sorry, but i work with calibrated and certified electronic test equipment each and everyday and what you have there i wouldn't trust to be that accurate. No such thing as a digital vector wattmeter. It reads what you want it to read. Put a inline Bird wattmemer and tell me what it says. They were sold in kit form? You are lucky to be seeing about 125 watts dead key on AM. Your Nissan may have more power than my Mustang but i doubt it is faster. I really hate getting in arguments on illegal things with someone whom has no electronic experience or degree. How many channels does it splatter over? Antenna close to your head? Next you will be telling me how you can get over 100% modulation. Sorry, no such thing.
The PEP output of an AM transmitter at full modulation is four times its carrier PEP; in other words, a sold-state, 100-watt amateur transceiver is usually rated for no more than 25 watts carrier output when operating in AM. When an AM transmitter is 100% modulated by a pure sine wave, the PEP (Peak Envelope Power), is 4 times the un-modulated carrier power.
This thread should be locked.
Suit yourself, there is no argument to be had!!! http://www.telepostinc.com/
5.0/5 on eham for years now, Larry can't keep up with demand!!!
No Nissan here, I'm a classic Cadillac kind of guy!!!