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Thank you RFB for following the experience, and I again say the all important fact that my “antenna” is only an aluminum window with a base-board vertical wire feeding from the floor-up to the frame on the inside, and a wire attached outside to the top of the frame and run up the wall to the roof for a total of about 10-feet. It was only meant to serve the yard and house, but now it smears several blocks, in total radius.
Imagine how these outcomes would flare exponentially with a well designed antenna!
The AMT5000 is, no doubt, on a par with any other Part 15 transmitter in the world.
FURTHERMORE, my 1680kHz AMT3000, which also has a window-frame antenna but in a higher and better frontal location, reached DOUBLE the 1550kHz transmitter toward the west, but was slumpy going east. If I put an AMT5000 in that spot watch out! It would go Olympic.
Crazy thing is the 1550 back-yard transmitter was meant to be the weak, safe transmitter for paranide moments (paronoid). Now it’s too good.
The Part 15 life has its serious executive conflictions.
What I may do on 1550 is run at 1 mW.