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I believe I understand the thinking that went into the First Edition of the AMT5000 Manual.
I believe the author reasoned that the ordinary kit builder might neither have a scope nor be proficient at using one, so he presented a workable means of achieving Class E tune with a meter alone.
Now we are hearing spurious questions about “how to use a scope for tuning the AMT5000 and how to add an out-board loading coil in place of the resident loading coil.” I can figure it out. I have a scope. I didn’t need the scope to achieve the right results, so I didn’t use it.
Giving advanced lessons in RF engineering is beyond the purpose of the included AMT5000 Manual.
When Rich(F) has tried to present scholarly technical facts the monkeys commenting on other sights called him sarcastic names and called his technical presentations a “paper blizzard.”
I am compiling a Part 15 Enemies List and getting all the names who have been using basic hate-speech format to persistently attack a reputable Part 15 transmitter manufacturer and anyone who recognizes what’s taking place.
You haters should build a cross somewhere and set it on fire. You’ll feel better.