Two years of research and eight months of development have resulted in an entirely new (patent pending) linear amplifier circuit. Using the latest output device, a prototype has been constructed and tested. The basic specifications are it's solid state and effortlessly produces 750 watts CW or PEP from a single stage. It has variable bias from class C to class AB linear. It has an adjustable attenuator on its input that can turn all the way down to zero watts of output, where all exciter power is then dissipated into an internal dummy load. It has full electronic protection that continuously monitors everything from heat sink temperature to drain current on the PA. In the event that any fault is detected, this circuit has lightning fast response and will trigger the protection while removing the drive and returning to "barefoot" operation. To reset, just turn the power switch off and back on. Two front panel meters measure relative output and drain current. While it has some nice features, there is really nothing new mentioned yet. Here is where it starts getting interesting. The amplifier fits inside a package that is 7 inches deep, 7 inches wide, 5 inches tall and weighs just 5 pounds. The entire amplifier only consumes the bottom 2 inches of this space and the top 3 inches are all rows of heatsink fins. Still not impressed? How about it's a base linear amplifier that is so efficient that a 5 amp 125 volt AC fuse can support its full PEP output! It is by far the smallest, lightest and most efficient base amplifier in this power class, ever constructed. Please do not contact me for sales. I'm only the designer and not the builder. Within days a video will be posted on YouTube demonstrating this new technology and providing more details. A full range of test equipment with all interconnecting cables will be in clear view to remove any possible doubt. If you're expecting internal views of the new circuit, that information is obviously guarded and much of the circuitry that could be potted, is.