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  • N0UU
    You might take a look at: http://www.rfparts.com/mitstran.html and look at RD100HHF1 and its line. 100W to 30 MHz at 12V. Low Z as you might imagine, but
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 25, 2007
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      You might take a look at:

      http://www.rfparts.com/mitstran.html

      and look at RD100HHF1 and its line.

      100W to 30 MHz at 12V. Low Z as you might imagine, but reasonably
      priced and actually rated for RF service.

      N0UU

      Got my PCR100. What were all of these used for?
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