Episode 18: Ameritron Amplifier Factory Tour

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AmateurLogic.TV Episode 18 is now available for download.

Ameritron builds the most popular RF linear amplifiers on the market today. Come with us behind the scenes to see what’s inside them and how they are built. It’s the Ameritron Amplifier factory tour, where you will learn all about these tube type and solid state amplifiers.

We hope you enjoy this 28:30 of Ham radio fun for your Christmas holiday viewing.

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6 Responses to “Episode 18: Ameritron Amplifier Factory Tour”

  1. vk3pb says:

    Hi all

    Just a quick note to wish all our viewers a Merry Christmas/Happy Hannukah from my family and friends here downunder.

    Take care on the roads over the holiday season.

    cheers
    Peter VK3PB

  2. dc9fo says:

    Hi,

    thanks for all these nice videos. I enjoyed them all very much and I hope you will do some more in the upcoming years.

    Merry chrismas and a happy new year to you all and your families.

    73 de Wolf, DC9FO

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  4. Frank fahrlander says:

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  6. KH6WZ says:

    Thanks for the interesting content!

    I recently viewed the Ameritron factory tour.

    In this web video, Mr. Hood held up an MRF150 transistor and stated, “It says M/A-COM, on it, but Motorola actually makes it.”

    This is not correct.

    M/A-COM in Torrance, California, makes the MRF150, as well as many other “MRF Industrial Avionics Transistors” previously made by Motorola.

    M/A-COM purchased this product line – including all semiconductor die masks, and other materials and properties, and took over manufacturing of these transistors from Motorola in 2001. Motorola no longer makes these transistors, including the MRF150.

    http://www.macom.com