I'am looking for a Cheap am shortwave transmitter

I'am looking for a Cheap am shortwave transmitter

Post by David W. Kell » Mon, 18 Feb 2002 08:12:43

If you have a cheap am shortwave transmitter 4-sale let me know.
 
 
 

I'am looking for a Cheap am shortwave transmitter

Post by J999 » Mon, 18 Feb 2002 09:13:22


Quote:>If you have a cheap am shortwave transmitter 4-sale let me know.

What frequency range and power output are you interested in?

jw

 
 
 

I'am looking for a Cheap am shortwave transmitter

Post by redr » Mon, 18 Feb 2002 12:56:02


says...

Quote:

>>If you have a cheap am shortwave transmitter 4-sale let me know.

>What frequency range and power output are you interested in?

>jw

He's probably looking for a tx that can be used for pirate ops.
Fortunately for him, I'm selling the transmitter I bought in my early
20s for pirate broadcasting but never used. It's a Heathkit DX60 with
manual and 7Mhz crystal. I tried to install a new mike jack with no
success, so it is missing a mike connection. I'll take $70 for it, and I
may even throw in a 40m mobile antenna for $40. Email

 
 
 

I'am looking for a Cheap am shortwave transmitter

Post by katana » Mon, 18 Feb 2002 15:48:54

Get something tunable and not crystal fixed to a single freq. Go to an
amateur radio "hamfest" in your area and pick up an older HF rig with SSB /
AM modes. Something like a Kenwood TS-520 or Yaesu FT-101 will work fine.
Shouldn't run you more than $200 to $250.


> He's probably looking for a tx that can be used for pirate ops.
> Fortunately for him, I'm selling the transmitter I bought in my early
> 20s for pirate broadcasting but never used. It's a Heathkit DX60 with
> manual and 7Mhz crystal. I tried to install a new mike jack with no
> success, so it is missing a mike connection. I'll take $70 for it, and I
> may even throw in a 40m mobile antenna for $40. Email