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The WREK 425 Watt RF Power Amplifier Story (1153 words)
The WREK 425 Watt RF power amplifier, also known as the "Goat-Mitter" was designed by Geoffrey N. Mendenhall (dubbed the Goatman by WREK announcer, Ed Esserman) and constructed entirely with hand tools by Geoff and the WREK staff in August of 1968.
The 450 Watt WREK transmitter was known as the "Big 600" because the combination of 450 Watts transmitter output power with an antenna system power gain of 1.41 yielded an effective radiate power of 600 Watts.
He learned that WREK was in need of a new transmitter in the late 1980's and in his position as VP Engineering at BE, he arranged for WREK to obtain a new BE transmitter at low cost.
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