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 Post subject: Re: Help With Homebrew Transmitter
PostPosted: Jul Mon 27, 2020 12:35 am 
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Well done ! I just watched your video and this little transmitter sounds pretty good. Thank you for your offer to share your parts list, schematic and links although components and tubes are not a problem because I keep a stock of almost everything I need to build any piece of equipment. As I have already mentioned in a previous post I have built an AM transmitter which operates satisfactorily but is rather large in size. I like your transmitter for its simplicity and small size. I'm sure some vintage radios collectors would be happy to have one of this.
The picture below shows my transmitter.


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 Post subject: Re: Help With Homebrew Transmitter
PostPosted: Oct Fri 09, 2020 5:40 pm 
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Wow! That's awesome!..This might have been asked but I didnt see it.What software program did you use to draw the schematic?

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