Question about Cobra 19 DX 40-Channels Base CB Radio
The transistors you are referring to are the rf power output transistors commonly called "finals". swr is the amount of your outgoing radio signal that is reflected back into your antenna ,through your coax(antenna Wire)and backs up in the radio circuitry. this backup will cause excessive heat to build up in the "Finals" therefore damaging the finals. this damage is serious but not major, just about any decent cb shop can resolve this problem. In a healthy antenna system the less swr you have the more efficent your cb radio is, this translates into more effective radiated signal therefore increasing the effective range of your radio. This information courtesy of Outlaw's CB Shop,Clinton SC.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
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