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As there is one transistor that is still operational, why not remove it and
measure its characteristics. Then substitute a pair of modern transistors
with similar characteristics.
My apologies if this has already been suggested, I have only been half
following the thread.
> "Alan B. Pearce" schrieb:
> > >Yes, this is possible. Most probably they were selected in pairs of
> > >beta, remember that we are talkind about DC-coupled diff amps here.
> > >Greets
> > >Jochen Feldhaar DH6FAZ
> > Granted, but by the time you get to the output stage, I suspect that
> > are really only level shifting to drive the deflection plates, and
> > transistor beta spreads are designed out by careful feedback
> > In view of it operating at a voltage greater than the manufacturers Vce
> > rating I would think that this would be the primary selection criteria,
> > possibly a minimal test to remove outliers in the beta spread.
> Hello Alan,
> the part about the feedback is not correct IMHO, there is no feedback from
> deflection plates to earlier stages. The trick is done by current sourcing
> AC compensation. The HAMEG 1007 featured a trigger view showing the actual
> trigger point out of the peak rectifier, and we were joking for months
> started to give accurate results. Also the paired beta was necessary in
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