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“A true CC transmitter has a power range, typically between 2-Watts and 20-Watts, intended to compensate for inefficiencies in coupler matching between transmitter and power line.”
Are you aware that the TCU-30 coupler is the SAME unit used in LPB’s TIS systems?
And are you aware that some months ago I reported that the Talking House transmitter is able to push it’s flea power through that coupler and shoot the signal down the power lines 4 blocks?
And…most important of all, I was NOT talking about the power differences or field strength differences between 219 and 221.
I was talking about taking the TCU concept of coupling and providing constant transmitter match and adapt that in some form to matching the AMT5K unit to the sensitive Isotron or other antenna in order to achieve and maintain the “sweet spot”?
Is it just me or is the approaching planetary alignment affecting what is written and being translated incorrectly somehow?
I don’t mean to sound disrespectful here, but the recent two postings to kc8’s analysis and my response with the TCU coupler concept to try to overcome the problem by 2 posts with irrelevant things isn’t helping at all. Sorry if it sounded otherwise.