Originally Posted by leiniesred
Thanks for the input Dave. In looking at the design/testing/repair documentation, I'm finding that a frequency counter is more important than the scope. RFvoltmeters seem to be more commonly used than an oscilloscope in testing/tuning these radios! (I can use either to neutralize my final and driver tubes.
And you can build your own RF volt meter, cheap. Cap, diode, current limiting resistor and well insulated probes for tubes. Tickles a bit if you hit plate voltage. As in knock you off your chair and make you pee your pants sorta tickle.
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