03-26-2009, 01:30 AM
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Join Date: Aug 2008
If it is similar to an HFL-1000 or HFL-3000, that is one kick ass amp. Those were designed to be driven with 100 milliwatts.
They were also designed for unusally low distortion using inverse feedback.
I hope you also got or can get the power supply. With luck it will be a single phase type.
If you do AM
the easiest way to use that amp is to drive it with a signal generator like an HP-8640B or similar. There used to be a guy on 75 meters who did this with an HFL-1000. For single slimeband I'd use an attenuator on the exciter.
There will be a few hoops to jump through setting up R.F. switch-through relays. Nothing really difficult.