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RE: [TCML] Klystron use?

Channel 28 is at 554-560 MHz.  I know next to nothing about Klystrons but I thought they operated at microwave frequencies even higher than that?  Tuned cavities, waveguides, stuff like that.  As far as making a Tesla coil out of one, it doesn't sound like "coils" are relevant at such frequencies.  

Gary Lau

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> Subject: [TCML] Klystron use?
> Has anyone ever built a tube coil using a klystron?
> Would the Klystrons (there are 3) from a 1987 Harriss 120UX transmitter be
> suitable for such an application?
> AFAIK the tubes would be tuned for transmitting a standard television signal
> on Channel 28.
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