|In 1940 when the WBZ transmitter moved to Hull the Hull, MA. selectmen presented them with a plaque.||Here is the audio and test panel at the transmitter site.|
|Main Harris DX50 transmitter running 60KW. This is a solid state transmitter.||Here is the metering on the main transmitter showing a PA voltage of 225 volts, 260 amps, and an output of 60 KW.|
|Inside this main solid state transmitter are many output boards that plug in.
Each board has 4 high power transistors. I think David said each board was about 250 watts.
|Here is one of the solid state boards.|
|This is the spare tube transmitter, another Harris.||Here is Jeff, N1ZZN, holding one of the finals of the tube transmitter a 4CX35000.|
|W1QWT at the main transmitter.||Here is the ceramic final I am more familiar with!|
|Dave, W1DJG, our tour guide and WBZ engineer at the spare transmitter.||W1DAN the WBZ TV engineer was there to answer our TV questions.|
|Walking back along the catwalk .||The base of one of the antennas. Notice the spark gap lightning arrester.|
|Lunch group at the Red Parrot restaurant along the beach in Hull.
We had a good crowd for lunch after the tour. Seen here is KC1HO and NS1N.
|Here is W1QWT and WA1YKF at the Red Parrot waiting for lunch.|