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Rig Description with schematic
Rig description - suitable for printing
Rig schematic - large, for printing
Rig schematic - smaller for viewing
Rig description, page 2 & parts list
Remainder of parts list
MANY thanks to Terry, N3GTE in PA for passing along this article!
THE 73 KHZ PAGE!! Those brave hams on VLF!
How to calculate Antenna Radiation Resistance
SM5GNN's ECL82 transmitter (GREAT!)
W5TVW, Sandy's Simple Transmitters
A One Tube Transmitter you can build!
A practical 15 watt FM amplifier you can build (for VHF-FM broadcast or the 144 MHz ham band)
CB TO SIX Metres CONVERSION: cb2six.zip
WA2ISE's fun plans for a Compactron superhet receiver you can build. The Complete project is here.
Plans for a REGENERATIVE RECEIVER: A nice 6SN7 dual Triode Design from SM5GNN
Weskit BN-1 transmitter/receiver using one 3A5 dual triode by Sheldon Wheaton, KC0CW
Some great tube designs from the UK
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Harry's 7-watt all-band EL95 2-tube transmitter
Harry's 7-watt all-band EL95 2-tube transmitter (extra link)
PA0FRI's 500 Watt Linear Amplifier
FTP a ZIP file of Jeff Duntemann's Low Voltage tube receiver!
35 Watt 6L6 Transmitter by Jeff Duntemann, KG7JF (ZIPPed M/S Word Document)
The Mighty Midget 10 Watt Transmitter from February 1966, QST by Lewis McCoy, W1ICP Page 1 |
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6AQ5A QRP 80/40Mtr Transmitter by Scott Brigham, AA0HU
80Mtr "Pebble Pulverizer" QRP Transciever by Doug DeMaw, W1CER and Gus Wilson, W1NPG from July, 1973 QST
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"YA GOTTA SEE THIS!! He he..."
The Famous 1970 Q-Bird noise maker!Build it with just 2 neon bulbs!
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