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WANTED: equivalent for 2N5160

WANTED: equivalent for 2N5160

WANTED: equivalent for 2N5160

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I want to repair an active shortwave antenna (0.5-30MHz)which has a push-pull driver at its coaxial output stage to drive the cable to the receivers. This driver has a transistor 2N5160 which is a medium power PNP type for rf-purposes. This transistor is blown but this type is discontinued and therefore I look for an equivalent type. Do you have ANY suggestion what other transistor I can use? Just the function is important: gain over frequency, power and noise should be about the same or better, form of case or pinout is NOT important. ANY suggestion welcome, whether US-types, japanese types or something from Europe.

With greetings from Germany

AndreƩ Knott
DD3LY

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