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15 QRP books reviewed in 7 minutes
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A fast review of 15 books on QRP construction and operating - all done in 7 minutes. Many are out of print but can still be found on eBay or Amazon. Buy some...
MK484 DX Radio
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Got bored so I decided to build an ultra light DX set. I like to say "It works quite well" for some reason in this one. Im happy with the radio though.
Good FM Receiver Circuit for FM Transmitters outside the 88-108 Band
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Why allow others to hear your FM transmitters? Using the now obsolete but still readily available TDA7000 IC along with several other components, you can mak...
Homebrew 160 metre AM receiver
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A demonstration of a simple (but good) AM receiver for 160 metres. The set tunes roughly 1200 - 1900 kHz. Signals heard include AM broadcast stations and 160...
3950KHz Liberty Net Jammers part 1
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some old recordings of the jammers from the liberty net 3950KHZ there is several clips put together. and no there is so video.
Circuit board 'Land' cutter.
5.0 (77 ratings) -
In this video I show you a trepanning cutter that I made for producing 'Lands' on copper clad circuit boards. Here's a link to the finished 3 transistor tran...
Simple radio transmitter
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This is of a simple transmitter based off Nyle Steiners "easy ten" running at 1.8 mhz I am useing a ceramic resonator instead of a crystal and a small transf...
Forty meter homebrew radio into Tupperware
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This is a frequency counter of HamradioIndia web. I finished It yesterday. Now I am trying it. I used the 16F628A pic. The Frecuency counter works but It's d...
Homebrew Loudspeaker Regen with a 117N7
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I built this beast a few months ago and listen to it very often. Great radio. Video is dedicated to the nice people on theradioboard.com forum members. Thank...
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