Q: What is a cb linear amp?

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Cb, Db, Eb, Fb, Gb, Ab, Bb, Cb

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non linear

ac + cb = ab = 9 2x - 1 + 3x = 9 5x -1 = 9 So 5x = 10 Thereby x =2. Also ac = 3 and cb = 6

It is linear

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Transmitting over four watts on a CB radio is actually illegal, thus, using a linear amp on a CB is illegal, as well. A linear amp attached to a radio (for argument's sake, we'll assume it's on a type of radio on which the application is legal) simply amplifies the power output. The radio transmits into the amp, the amp amplifies the signal, and transmits it to the antenna.

A 'kicker' is an illegally modified linear amp for a 10 meter ham radio, reconfigured to work with the 11 meter band.

You don't. Linear amplifiers are illegal for CB use. The maximum input into the final stage of a CB transmitter is 5 watts.

You don't. It won't work.

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A preamp intensifies the signal being received.

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File a report to the FCC.

It's an op amp (operational amplifier) with a linear response, meaning that double the input means double the output.

No! CB power amps are very unlawful, and they can interfere with legal radio communications. (Like Amateur Radio)

Yes an Op-amp

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