The following is a description of the radios in the racks and the magazine articles associated with them. WB6FFC is currently the proud owner of these radios. (Not for sale)
In the Tall Rack on the left, top to bottom
8877 Amp for 220 MHz (June 1980 Ham Radio article)
8877 Amp for 144 MHz (The most talked about amp article, August 1971 Ham Radio)
8877 Amp for 50 MHz
Next panel was used for selecting high voltage, filament and blowers.
Bottom panel is a 2000 volt plate supply and grid and screen supplies for a
bunch of 4CX-250 driver amplifiers your dad (W6PO) had built for 6m, 2m, 220 MHz
and 432 MHz.
Next short rack to the right , the black power supply and amplifier were built
from an article by Ray Rinaudo. This is a 4CX-1000 amp for 80 to 10
Next rack to the right, all silver panels and amplifiers I built. Top is a water cooled
2C39 on 1296 MHz. 120 watts out.
Bottom Amplifier is a 3CPX-800 tube in a modified Eimac CV-2401 cavity,
600 wattsout on 432 MHz.
Very bottom panel, with the big meters is a variable 4000 volt power
supply I built about 13 years ago. I use it to power all the W6PO amplifiers and the 3CPX-800
amp for 432 MHz.