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A 1 KW SSPA for 1.8-54 MHz

It's been a while since I built an amp for HF; I'd have to go back to the 60's and a pair of the venerable 3-500z tubes that I put together back then. Time to upgrade, so I built this one. A legal-limit version was also built...a few photos of it are near the end of this article.

It can accommodate almost any driving radio, and only requires 2 to 3w drive for 1kw out, a potent companion for my Elecraft KX3 and the other QRP rig I own, the FT817. But because it has a configurable input attenuator, it's also a good match for one of the 100w radios used here, and lately that's the FT991.

The cabinet is a bit deeper than the VHF amplifiers to make room for the large low pass filter board (the cabinet measures 12w by 6h by 16d), but still fits into the operating position with ease.

Details on the construction and performance of the RF deck are at the end of this article.


 

 

The rear panel has all the usual connections; input/output, power supply, attenuator configuration jumpers, ALC and PTT.

In addition to these is a band select interface connector, which allows the driving radio to control the band switch function in the amplifier. When used, the front panel band switch is disconnected, and the amplifier band select slaves to the radio.

At the time this photo was taken, I hadn't finished the interface electronics yet, hence the jumper plugged in to enable the front panel band switch.

I was going to "invent" my own interface, but was happy to find one available from Unified Microsystems that did the job and was very reasonable (their model BCD-14). That board is powered by 12v from the amplifier's interface connector, and is housed in a small mini-box between the amplifier and the radio. I could have put it inside the amplifier cabinet, but decided against it in the event I wanted to use a different radio (which may or may not require a different interface board).

The inside of the cabinet is packed full of the essentials; the RF deck, low pass filter assembly, control circuits, antenna relays and so forth.

It got a bit crowded at the back panel area due to all of the ferrite cores used as RF chokes for external connections, but it all fit OK.

The 3 cable connectors on the left side are for disconnecting the front panel, which is the next photo.

The 3 disconnects allow one to remove the front panel if the amplifier should ever require service, allowing easy access to the rest of the components, (next photo).

 

The low pass filter board is also removable...the cable disconnect is tucked under the board, which covers up a few other components mounted underneath it.

It's mounted on 2-inch spacers to make room for those parts, and is positioned in the air stream of the cooling fans, located at the back of the heat sink. Air flows out the front of the heat sink fins, across the filter board, and vents through side cut-outs in the cabinet cover.

Shown before most wiring was in place are some of the power resistors and other parts; the two boards on the right are dual directional detectors.

The one at top right is used to sense whether the band switch is in the correct position (the wrong position can cause damage); if it isn't, it locks out the RF deck (via the control board). The one below it measures forward and reflected power for the bar graph power meters, and also provides the high SWR lockout signal to the control board.

If you will be switching the band select manually, this might be a good idea to talk about the best way to set that first dual detector board up to sense whether the band switch is in a potentially damaging position. Click here for details


The input and output relays are mounted to the right side of the heat sink, clear of other components.

The left side houses the control board; mounted on the top left side of the heat sink are the high current FET switch and the input attenuator.

The photo below shows how it fits in with the other kw amplifiers in the station (vhf/uhf). Good thing there are no more bands to design for, I'm out of room for amplifiers.

 

But naturally, the story can't possibly end there...if one RF deck will do a KW, why not use two of them and build a full legal-limit version that will loaf along at 1500w?

I built the one shown here for a fellow who wanted just such an amplifier, but also wanted it to match the color scheme of the other radio equipment in the station...so the panels are black anodized with white lettering.

Looking inside from the side, the heavy lifting is done on top of the heat sink, where the two rf decks, output combiner, fet switches and input attenuator are located.

The low pass filter is mounted vertically in front of the heat sink in the air stream of the fans located at the back.

The small board at lower left is the band select interface; this one was to be used with an Elecraft K3; the amplifier follows the K3 band selection automatically using this interface.

And here's a look at the rear panel connections; Anderson power poles for the power connections, and a db15 connector for the K3 band data control. Plugging in the control cable from the K3 automatically disables the front panel band switch on the amplifier.
A couple more photos of the interior:

 

A description of one of the 1kw RF decks follows:

Please note... as time goes on and ways to improve the amplifier are discovered, useful changes will be posted as they become apparent. Here are some of the changes made to date:

The information below describes the original version:

This RF deck is nice and compact, only 4" by 6.5".

Note: Beginning in August 2016, a modification to the input circuit was added to eliminate an instability discovered when operating above 20 MHz into certain narrow-band antennas. This change, and a revised schematic are documented here. The current rf deck or rf deck kit (August 2016 and later) includes this change.

The VHF amplifiers using the newer Freescale and NXP devices also generated interest in their use for the HF bands. I've read some discussion in various user groups about why these devices, originally intended for plasma exciters, can work at VHF but not at HF. The explanations for this seemed to lack any credible science, so I decided to experiment away. What I found was these parts worked very well indeed...you just need to provide some degenerative feedback to keep them stable (the gain is very high at HF). So far, I've tested this with the NXP BLF188xr and the Freescale MRFE6VP1K25H, and one plays as well as the other, no circuit changes are required.

I looked over several designs before settling on the NXP engineering example provided to me; it originally covered 3 to 30 MHz, but after considerable fussing with matching transformers and minor modifications, I managed to include 160m and 6m with a kilowatt over the entire range. Some bands are even better (1200+), but on the whole, 1kw is what you can expect when you attempt to cover such a wide range of frequencies.

Here's a graph showing typical performance after passing through the low pass filter also featured on the site (I've built several of these rf decks now, and they all played the same).

As far as being linear, here's the input vs output ratios measured at 14 MHz:

Don't hold me to the very low drive power readings at .2 and .4w, I was using my Elecraft KX3's power settings to measure that, and the accuracy is good, but not perfect. Still, it looks like 1db compression happens at about 85% of full output. In this case, and on this band, that's at about 1062w out (85% of 1250w). By now you've probably noticed that you can drive this to full output with an average of just 2 or 3 watts.

The input return loss (SWR) is shown below (less than 1.5 to 1 across the entire range).


 

Two of these rf decks, properly combined, will loaf along at full legal limit (1.5 kw). The article for the combiner set is located here.

The amplifier is a push-pull design, using a dual-LDMOS device; by nature, this type of amplifier does a good job of suppressing even harmonics, but the odd harmonics are monsters, so be sure to use a good low pass filter. Just look at this spectrum analyzer display of the unfiltered output on 40 meters:


 

After passing through the LPF, the spectrum is much more reasonable, and in compliance with FCC regs.


 

The PC board material used in the design is not FR4; it's Arlon TC-350, a material that has excellent thermal conductivity (very helpful in drawing heat away from components).


 

Here's the schematic for the amp:


And a Bill of Materials (BOM)

RefDes Value Name
BALUN 4T, 50z rg402 FEP made with a Laird 28B1020-100 core
C1 .1u 100v capacitor_1206
C2 .01u 100v capacitor_1206
C3 .01u 100v capacitor_1206
C4 1u 100v capacitor_1206
C5 .047u 450v capacitor
C6 .047u 450v capacitor
C23 240p capacitor-MC18 mica
C24 240p capacitor-MC18 mica
C25 240p capacitor-MC18 mica
C26 240p capacitor-MC18 mica
C7 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C8 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C9 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C10 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C11 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C12 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C13 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C14 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C15 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C16 .01u 250v capacitor_1210
C17 .01u 100v capacitor_1206
C18 1u 100v capacitor_1206
C19 100u 63v capacitor - electrolytic
C20 .01u 100v capacitor_1206
C21 1u 100v capacitor_1206
C22 100u 63v capacitor - electrolytic
DZ1 6.2v Zener Diode
Q1 BLF188xru DUALLDMOS
R5 330 resistor_1206
R6 68 resistor_1206
R7 10k thermistor resistor_1206
R8 22k thermistor resistor_1206
R9 50 resistor_1206
R10 10 resistor_1206
R11 430 2w resistor, metal film
R12 10 - 2w resistor_2512
R13 430 2w resistor, metal film
R14 75 - 2w resistor_2512
R15 75 - 2w resistor_2512
R16 75 - 2w resistor_2512
R1 330 resistor_1206
T1 4 to 1, 2T/1T 25z Teflon coax input transformer, made with 2 Laird 28B0375-300 cores
T2 5T x2 #14 200C magnet wire BIFILAR drain choke, made with a Laird 28B1020-100 core
T3 4T, TC-18 coax coax transformer, made with a Laird 28B1020-100 core
T4 4T, TC-18 coax coax transformer, made with a Laird 28B1020-100 core
VR1 200 IDQ ADJ trimmer
PCB Circuit board, TC-350 material available through www.w6pql.com
TC18 18 ohm Teflon coax 29 inches
TC24 24 ohm Teflon coax 6.25 inches
RG402FEP insulated RG402 conformable coax 18 inches
magwire #14 magnet wire, 200C 36 inches

The LDMOS is flow-soldered to a 3x5x1/2 inch copper heat spreader; the spreader is then secured to the heat sink with machine screws, thermal paste used at the joint. I used 1/2" spacers around the edges of the spreader so the board would not overhang the copper; that way I was able to use my standard KW copper spreaders I stock here for the VHF amps, which are smaller than the HF board by 1/2 inch all the way around.

If you are building this project from a kit I supplied, the assembly guide is here

template for drilling/tapping your heat sink

Flow-solder attachment is the recommended way to fasten the LDMOS to the copper; here's a video on how to do it. If you are hesitant to do this yourself, that service is available...but it's pretty straightforward, and not at all difficult to do.

For those who enjoy building their own, blank boards only, or kits and assembled/tested RF decks are available on the parts page (kits already contain the PC boards). The kits will save you some $, so you'll have to weigh the value of your time against the cost of the assembled versions, though there is also some comfort in knowing the major parts are working correctly and are ready to go. Here is a list of the major assemblies offered there that will be required to duplicate the amplifier shown at the top of the page:

  • 1.8-54 MHz Kilowatt RF Deck, kit or assembled/tested (if building from the basic kit, the items in the indented sub-list will also be needed)
    • Machined copper spreader, if ordering the basic kit
    • board spacer set, if ordering the basic kit
    • LDMOS transistor, if ordering the basic kit
    • flow-solder service for LDMOS, if needed
  • machined heat sink, drilled/tapped for RF deck above
  • 6-segment Low pass filter, kit or assembled/tuned/tested
  • two dual directional detectors, kits or assembled/tuned/tested
  • two tri-color bar graph displays, kits or assembled/tested
  • 48v high current FET switch, kit or assembled/tested
  • control board, kit or assembled/tested
  • SPDT High power output relay board
  • DPDT Mid power input relay board
  • ALC board, assembled/tested
  • input attenuator - 10 db recommended for 50w driver, 13db for 100w driver

The cabinet consists of the front and rear panels and a floor plate I have made by Front Panel Express (FPE, www.frontpanelexpress.com); they have design software you can download for free, which allows you to design custom panels and order them through their system. Their CNC machining process does all the hole cutting and engraving of those parts, and the panels can be ordered in a powder-coat or anodized finish.

The wrap-around cover and internal support brackets and tie-ins I make here; the standard color I use is light gray with a medium gray cover, but if you want to match existing equipment, many other color schemes are available (black anodized finish with white lettering for example). You can expect to pay about $275 for the panels if ordered directly from Front Panel Express, and the rest of the parts to make the cabinet will cost around $175 if I make them here, plus shipping for the completed cabinet. If you have your own sheet metal tools (shear and bending brake), you can save some $ there. The Panels for the 2-deck unit are larger and more expensive (about $335 from FPE), and the supporting cabinet work is also $175 plus shipping. Domestic shipping for the finished cabinet has been running about $50 using FedEx ground service.

One other decision to make on the 2-deck cabinet is the cover fitting flush and behind the front and rear panels, or with a 1/8 inch over-hang (shadow cabinet cover). I prefer the latter, but some do prefer the former; it can be done either way.

If you do want to go the Front Panel Express way, a block diagram of the amplifiers, and my design files for the panels mentioned above can be found in this folder.

The following two lists are the full bill of materials (BOM) for the single deck amplifier, and following that, for the 2-deck amplifier; the auto-band-select interface is omitted in these lists, as this is clearly an optional component, and will vary with the type of radio you use with your amplifier. For Yeasu and others with BCD encoded outputs, the board offered by Unified Microsystems is a good choice. For Flex SDR radios, a program called DDUTIL and a different interface card is necessary; for Apache (ANAN) SDR's, no interface is required, these radios already have control outputs that can operate the amplifier's band select relays directly.

This first BOM is for the single-deck amplifier (1kw):

description p/n quantity supplier
#10 THHN stranded wire, black   15ft Ace hardware
#10 THHN stranded wire, red   15ft Ace hardware
#14 THHN stranded wire, blue   5ft Ace hardware
#14 THHN stranded wire, red   5ft Ace hardware
#18 THHN stranded wire, red   5ft Ace hardware
White rubber feet, 4 per pack   1 pack Ace hardware
multi-conductor hook-up wire, 10ft 10cs22 10ft Allelectronics
meter, panel, 100V DC 85C1 100v 1 Ebay
meter, panel, 50A DC with shunt 85C1 50a 1 Ebay
sma jack for rg174/rg316 Ebay 4 Ebay
sma plug for rg174/rg316 Ebay 4 Ebay
rg142 coax, 5ft Ebay 1 Ebay
rg316 coax, 6ft Ebay 1 Ebay
rg402 coax, blue outer covering, 2ft Ebay 1 Ebay
flat washer, #4 90126a505 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, #6 90126a509 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, #8 90126a512 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, 1/4" (thin) 90945a760 1 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 4-40 90675a005 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 6-32 90413a101 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 8-32 90675a009 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
lock washer, internal, 1/4" 91113a029 1 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 2-56 x 3/16 90272a076 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 1/2 90272a110  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 1/4 90272a106 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/16 90272a105  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/4 90272a113 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/8 90272a108 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 6-32 x 3/8 90272a146  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 6-32 x 3/4   pack of 6 to 10 Local hardware store
machine screw, 8-32 x 3/4 90272a197  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
phillips screw, sheet metal, #6 x 3/8 91775a640 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
#6 solder lug 7326 10 Mouser
12 ohm 50w metal-cased resistor rh50-12 1 Mouser
15-pin d-sub connector K86X-EA-15S 1 Mouser
24v spdt relay T9AP5D52-24 1 Mouser
25 ohm 25w metal-cased resistor rh25-25 1 Mouser
250 ohm 25w metal-cased resistor rh25-250 1 Mouser
3.5mm mono jack 161-3142m-e 1 Mouser
3.5mm mono plug 171-PA3191-1-E 1 Mouser
30a bridge rectifier mp251 1 Mouser
3mm led mount C-103-SR 6 Mouser
3mm led, green WP132XGD 6 Mouser
4700 pf 50v 1206 capacitor VJ1206Y472MXAPW1BC 4 Mouser
5.1k 1206 resistor CRCW12065K10JNEA 1 Mouser
50 ohm 15w power resistor MP915-50.0-1% 1 Mouser
510 ohm 1/4w axial resistor CCF07510RGKE36 2 Mouser
51mm spacer, tapped both ends 4-40 3484 3 Mouser
560 ohm 3w resistor RSS3560RJTB 1 Mouser
80mm fan, 38cfm, 12v OD8025-12HSS 3 Mouser
80mm fan guard 08172 3 Mouser
anderson power pole cable clip pkg 115g7 1 Mouser
anderson power pole cable housing, 2x2 1460g1 1 Mouser
anderson power pole chassis shell, 2x2 1470g1 1 Mouser
anderson power pole contact, 30A 1331 4 Mouser
anderson power pole contact, 45A 261g2 4 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, black 1327g6 2 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, blue 1327g8 4 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, red 1327 2 Mouser
anderson power pole retaining pin 110g9 1 Mouser
d-sub hardware 160-000-010R031 2 Mouser
ferrite core 2643006302 50 Mouser
ferrite core 2643625002 30 Mouser
knob, pointer type 43021-2B1/4 1 Mouser
molex .062 contact, female  02-06-1103 27 Mouser
molex .062 contact, male  02-06-2103 27 Mouser
molex .093 contact, female  02-09-1104 6 Mouser
molex .093 contact, male  02-09-2103 6 Mouser
molex plug, 12 circuit, .062  03-06-2122 1 Mouser
molex plug, 6 circuit, .062  03-06-2062 1 Mouser
molex plug, 6 circuit, .093  03-09-2061 1 Mouser
molex plug, 9 circuit, .062  03-06-2091 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 12 circuit, .062  03-06-1121 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 6 circuit, .062  03-06-1061 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 6 circuit, .093  03-09-1061 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 9 circuit, .062  03-06-1092 1 Mouser
phono jack 16pj052 1 Mouser
resistor, 1k 1/4w CCF071K00GKE36 1 Mouser
rocker switch w2/green led r1966ablkblkesgrn 1 Mouser
rocker switch w2/yellow led r1966ablkblkesyel 1 Mouser
rotary switch, 1/4 shaft, 6 position SR2511F-0206-19R0B-E9-N-W 1 Mouser
spacer, 1/4" for #4 screw 398 12 Mouser
spacer, 3/8" for #6 screw 407 8 Mouser
terminal, .187 tab, 18-22 awg 159-2187 2 Mouser
terminal, .250 tab, 16-14 AWG 8-696302-1 7 Mouser
terminal, for #8-10 screw, 12-10 AWG 35109 3 Mouser
uhf connector so239 2 Mouser
Bar graph display support bracket BARBRACKET 2 W6PQL
copper spreader, 3 x 5 x 1/2 CS-machined 1 W6PQL
flat washer, #5 supplied with FET switch kit 2 W6PQL
heat sink, 10 x 6 x 3.5, 6 pounds weight HS-machined 1 W6PQL
input attenuator, 6, 10, 13 or 16db INATTEN 1 W6PQL
Kit, bar graph display, red, green, or tri-color BARGRAPH 2 W6PQL
kit, basic hf amplifier HFAMPKIT 1 W6PQL
kit, control board CTRL-v6.2 1 W6PQL
kit, dual directional detector DDD 2 W6PQL
kit, high current fet switch HCFS 1 W6PQL
kit, low pass filter LPF 1 W6PQL
kit, ALC board ALC 1 W6PQL
LED pcb, 4 position LEDPCB 1 W6PQL
LPF support bracket set lpfbrackets 1 W6PQL
relay, rf input relayin 1 W6PQL
relay, rf output relayout 1 W6PQL
spacer set for hf amplifier AMPSPACERS 1 W6PQL
u-spacer, 51mm uspacer 1 W6PQL
ldmos, blf188xr blf188xr 1 W6PQL

The following BOM is for the 2-deck amplifier (1500w +):

description p/n quantity Supplier
#10 THHN stranded wire, black   15ft Ace hardware
#10 THHN stranded wire, red   15ft Ace hardware
#14 THHN stranded wire, blue   5ft Ace hardware
#14 THHN stranded wire, red   5ft Ace hardware
#18 THHN stranded wire, red   5ft Ace hardware
ammmeter shunt, 100a snt-100 1 Allelectronics
meter, panel, 100A DC pmd-100a 1 Allelectronics
meter, panel, 100V DC pmd-100v 1 Allelectronics
multi-conductor hook-up wire, 10ft 10cs22 10ft Allelectronics
rg142 coax, 5ft Ebay 1 Ebay
rg316 coax, 6ft Ebay 1 Ebay
rg402 coax, blue outer covering, 2ft Ebay 1 Ebay
sma jack for rg174/rg316 Ebay 4 Ebay
sma plug for rg174/rg316 Ebay 4 Ebay
flat washer, #4 90126a505 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, #6 90126a509 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, #8 90126a512 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
flat washer, 1/4" (thin) 90945a760 1 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 4-40 90675a005 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 6-32 90413a101 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
k/l nut, 8-32 90675a009 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
lock washer, internal, 1/4" 91113a029 1 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 2-56 x 3/16 90272a076 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 1/2 90272a110  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 1/4 90272a106 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/16 90272a105  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/4 90272a113 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 4-40 x 3/8 90272a108 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 6-32 x 3/8 90272a146  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
machine screw, 6-32 x 3/4   pack of 6 to 10 Local hardware store
machine screw, 8-32 x 3/4 90272a197  box of 100 McMaster-Carr
phillips screw, sheet metal, #6 x 3/8 91775a640 box of 100 McMaster-Carr
#6 solder lug 7326 10 Mouser
12 ohm 50w metal-cased resistor rh50-12 1 Mouser
15-pin d-sub connector K86X-EA-15S 1 Mouser
24v spdt relay T9AP5D52-24 1 Mouser
25 ohm 25w metal-cased resistor rh25-25 1 Mouser
250 ohm 25w metal-cased resistor rh25-250 1 Mouser
3.5mm mono jack 161-3142m-e 1 Mouser
3.5mm mono plug 171-PA3191-1-E 1 Mouser
30a bridge rectifier mp251 1 Mouser
3mm led mount C-103-SR 6 Mouser
3mm led, green WP132XGD 6 Mouser
4700 pf 50v 1206 capacitor VJ1206Y472MXAPW1BC 4 Mouser
5.1k 1206 resistor CRCW12065K10JNEA 1 Mouser
50 ohm 15w power resistor MP915-50.0-1% 1 Mouser
510 ohm 1/4w axial resistor CCF07510RGKE36 2 Mouser
560 ohm 3w resistor RSS3560RJTB 1 Mouser
80mm fan, 40cfm, 12v OD8025-12HSS 3 Mouser
80mm fan guard 08172 3 Mouser
anderson power pole cable clip pkg 115g2 1 Mouser
anderson power pole cable housing, 2x3 1460g2 1 Mouser
anderson power pole chassis shell, 2x3 1470g2 1 Mouser
anderson power pole contact, 30A 1331 4 Mouser
anderson power pole contact, 45A 261g2 8 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, black 1327g6 4 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, blue 1327g8 4 Mouser
anderson power pole housing, red 1327 4 Mouser
anderson power pole retaining pin 110g9 1 Mouser
Black plastic foot F-7800-A 4 Mouser
d-sub hardware 160-000-010R031 2 Mouser
ferrite core 2643006302 50 Mouser
ferrite core 2643625002 30 Mouser
knob, pointer type 43021-2B1/4 1 Mouser
molex .062 contact, female  02-06-1103 27 Mouser
molex .062 contact, male  02-06-2103 27 Mouser
molex .093 contact, female  02-09-1104 6 Mouser
molex .093 contact, male  02-09-2103 6 Mouser
molex plug, 12 circuit, .062  03-06-2122 1 Mouser
molex plug, 6 circuit, .062  03-06-2062 1 Mouser
molex plug, 6 circuit, .093  03-09-2061 1 Mouser
molex plug, 9 circuit, .062  03-06-2091 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 12 circuit, .062  03-06-1121 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 6 circuit, .062  03-06-1061 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 6 circuit, .093  03-09-1061 1 Mouser
molex receptacle, 9 circuit, .062  03-06-1092 1 Mouser
phono jack 16pj052 1 Mouser
resistor, 1k 1/4w CCF071K00GKE36 1 Mouser
rocker switch w2/green led r1966ablkblkesgrn 1 Mouser
rocker switch w2/yellow led r1966ablkblkesyel 1 Mouser
rotary switch, 1/4 shaft, 6 position SR2511F-0206-19R0B-E9-N-W 1 Mouser
spacer, 1/4" for #4 screw 398 12 Mouser
spacer, 3/8" for #6 screw 407 8 Mouser
terminal, .187 tab, 18-22 awg 159-2187 2 Mouser
terminal, .250 tab, 16-14 AWG 8-696302-1 7 Mouser
terminal, for #8-10 screw, 12-10 AWG 35109 3 Mouser
uhf connector so239 2 Mouser
2-pallet combiner set HFCOMBINERKIT 1 W6PQL
Bar graph display support bracket BARBRACKET 2 W6PQL
copper spreader, 3 x 5 x 1/2 CS-machined 2 W6PQL
flat washer, #5 supplied with FET switch kit 2 W6PQL
heat sink, 10 x 10 x 3.5, 10 pounds weight HS-machined 1 W6PQL
input attenuator, 6, 10, 13 or 16db INATTEN 1 W6PQL
kit, ALC board ALC 1 W6PQL
Kit, bar graph display, red, green, or tri-color BARGRAPH 2 W6PQL
kit, basic hf amplifier HFAMPKIT 2 W6PQL
kit, control board CTRL-v6.2 1 W6PQL
kit, dual directional detector DDD 2 W6PQL
kit, high current fet switch HCFS 2 W6PQL
kit, low pass filter LPF 1 W6PQL
ldmos, blf188xr blf188xr 2 W6PQL
LED pcb, 4 position LEDPCB 1 W6PQL
LPF support bracket set lpfbrackets 1 W6PQL
relay, rf input relayin 1 W6PQL
relay, rf output relayout 1 W6PQL
spacer set for hf amplifier AMPSPACERS 2 W6PQL