Anyone ever heard of a EF Johnson 6&2M Transmit Converter?

Glen Zook gzook at YAHOO.COM
Sat May 31 20:14:51 EDT 2003

The Johnson 6N2 was NOT a transmitting converter
("transverter").  It was a "plain Jane" Class "C" CW
transmitter that took its power and modulation from
the Johnson Ranger or similar rig.

Hallicrafters did make the HA-2 2 meter transverter
and the HA-6 6 meter transverter.  Those incorporated
both the receiving converter and the transmitting
converter with a 5894 final.  Both used a 10 meter
i.f.  Since both sections used the same oscillator you
could definitely transceive.  Although the HA-2 and
HA-6 were separate units, you could run both off of
the same power supply (the power supply had jacks for
both).  I have had an HA-2 for many years and it works
great.  The Hallicrafters units can take up to 100
watts driver power since they have built in

Glen, K9STH

Glen, K9STH

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