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Ad Number:1481382
Date Placed:03/18/20
Name:DAVID IVERSON
Phone Number:6513990272
Callsign:N9JNQ
Category:AMPVHF
Heading:Ramsey PA-1 2m amp non-working
Ad Message:For For sale is a homebrew Ramsey Electronics PA–1 two meter RF power amplifier built from a kit that was available back in the 90s. This is a nonworking unit, the relay switches when I key up but I'm not getting any output from it.
The amplifier was built to put out about 25 W with 2 to 3 W in. It does not include a power supply, you have to hook it up to a separate supply.
I see that the instruction/construction manual is readily available online.
This kit was not built by me, I purchased it around 20 years ago off of eBay in its early days. As you can see in the photo, it has a nice homebrew case. This amplifier uses the SD1272 RF power transistor.
I'm asking $15 for it plus actual shipping. It weighs about 2 pounds boxed.
I can be contacted at dbiverson123 at gmail.com.

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