I test my parts to ensure they are good working parts
Here is the test procedures I use for qrp/cb transistors RF 2 to 5 watt types.
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This TRC-152 cb is a basic old cb with a single C2029/1  with the
UNIDEN  brand name on it.

In order to test transistors such as the MRF476/2sc2075 which is
about the same transistor and 2sc1969 or 2sc1945 (same basic
transistor but has a bit less gain).. I took out the original final PA
transistor and put a transistor socket on the opposite side of the
circuit board. This allowed fast changing of test transistors in my
collection of parts.

THIS BUSINESS I HAVE STARTED "NETTY ELECTRONICS" is going
to try and make a few dollars here and there..so I am going out now
to buy some more 2sc1969s (very popular) and some more different
types of qrp and CB rig transistors. I feel confident that testing them
at 27 mhz with this CB and ensuring that the newly purchased
transistors will perform as well or better than the old STANDARD
transistors I have pulled out of old CBs.

I have (in the recent past) bought bargain basement priced CB
finals on ebay and have found that they are pure garbage in some
cases. I get my money back by writing the seller and showing him
test results from my many web pages and he/she gives me my
money back.
2sc1969 - I have recently sold a batch of 10 to a fellow radio
amateur but I still have about 10 or so remaining.
My price
is $4.50 tested for good output
with my cb radio tester.
The output of this C1969 (which is short for 2SC1969) is
between 2 and 3 watts with the TRC152 CB. It is about the
same or a bit more than the original old UNIDEN C2029/1 --
so I am making the assumption that these 2sc1969s are
good.

I am buying more C1969s today Feb 2-2015 and I plan to
make up
some matched pairs. MATCHED by HFE and
sold in pairs for $12.00 per matched pair.
2sc2075 - MRF476 (these cross to NTE 235s) I still have
about 10 or so remaining.
My price is $4.50 tested for
good output
with my cb radio tester. The output of this
C2075 (which is short for 2SC2075) is 3 watts with the
TRC152 CB and sometimes a bit more than 3 watgts. . It is it
more than the original old UNIDEN C2029/1. The 2sc2075 is
a bit higher gain than the C1969. These C2075s or MRF 476
are used as final output transistors in the Argonaut 515 and
in ham radio transceivers as drivers. I think the TEN TEC
SCOUT and Argosys use these transistors.
I am buying more C2075s  today Feb 2-2015 and I plan to
make up
some matched pairs. MATCHED by HFE and
sold in pairs for $12.00 per matched pair.
The C5739 (2sc5739) I have not tested yet. I should have
tested them when they first arrived in the mail. They could be
cheap knockoffs and bad transistors. Rest assurred I will be
hooking up a test jig for these ones soon. I have about 2
dozen in stock. They are used in qrp rigs and homebrew
projects.
Above pictured the old original UNIDEN C 2029/1
transistor in the socket.
I had to solder on some extensions to the old leads to
get it to plug in.
I use this old transistor as a test benchmark. If the newer
transistors dont measure up. I dont sell them.
FEBRUARY 2 - 2015 --- I am gearing up to sell CB final transistors
and QRP finals and ham radio Driver Transistors. I will be selling
them for a good price and shipping letter mail $2 in Canada and $4.50
to USA destinations and about $6.50 to other spots in the world.