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Old 31 March 2006, 07:37   #11
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From memory, the typical maximum junction temperature of a transistor is about 120c and it is good practice to design to limit the temp to about half of that. I would reckon on it getting warm only after prolonged Tx.
Sounds like I should stop worrying!

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Old 31 March 2006, 09:41   #12
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... should be fine with a icom though....
Are you suggesting an ICOM is properly waterproof

Rouge Wave what do you reckon ?
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Old 01 April 2006, 03:01   #13
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Are you suggesting an ICOM is properly waterproof

Rouge Wave what do you reckon ?
By the way the new Icom is the M505 - I think it's out in April?
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