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Bird wattmeter

Hi Joseph,

I'm not sure they make them anymore, but I've had mine for years.

It is a Byrd model 4304A...it covers from 25-1000 MHZ with enough 
accuracy for my use on L band..

It covers the following power levels 5/15/50/150/500 watts (switchable)
and all of the above with one slug!!!

And less expensive than buying individual slugs for all that 
coverage.  A chart is available for accuracy at the lower freqs, but 
I rarely use them anymore for anything....

Of course, Bird, will tell you if they are available...

            73, Dave wb6llo@amsat.org
                    Disagree: I learn....

               Pulling for P3E... 

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