PA3CLQ's Leuke Linken Nr. 400/2


From my PLL Nr 023 20-09-08 and later

73, Harry, W9HGO



De regenerodyne ontvanger........

Het begon eigenlijk toen ik de website van wd4nka zag.
Hij beschrijft daar de regenerodyne ontvanger. Een concept van circa 1936.
Een mixer met xtal osc met daarachter een rechtuit........

Rob Vijfschaft, pa3eqb



Came across this site today and wanted to share..........

Een Nederlandse site is al eens langs gekomen.

73, Harry W9HGO



Kijk ook eens naar verschillende ships-radio-room-clocks:



Contesters know what I'm talking about.

After a weekend spent dredging the bands for points and multis in a CW contest, your ears hear Morse for days afterward.

This participant's brain imposes Morse on anything that has a sound pattern associated with its operation: washers, clothes and dish; dryers, ceiling fans, furnace blowers--even the wheels of my wheelchair!

But it always occurs, in the days following the contest.

The ear/brain remains in the Morse Echo Zone.

But here it is with less than 10 hours until the start of my favorite CW contest, CW SS, and I'm already hearing it! 
N8CPA, Steve SKCC #8
REM : Steve, Morse is everywhere.

I got my hearing aids over a year ago.

When first turned on, they send an acknowledgement that everything is AOK.

You can imagine my surprise when I heard a Morse "C".

REM : My friend's chickens send Morse all the time, but it drives me crazy, because they can't spell at all! :-D
Bob Ower



Leuk zelfbouw project........


This is what I go by, ladder line lengths to avoid.

[The WORST POSSIBLE line lengths are shown in brackets]
    160 meter antenna 35-60, 170-195 or 210-235 feet
[Avoid 130, 260 ft] 
(39,64 79,27 meter)
    80 meter antenna 34-40, 90-102 or 160-172 feet
[Avoid 66, 135, 190 ft
(20,123 en 41,16 57,93 meter) 
    40 meter antenna 42-52, 73-83, 112-123 or 145-155 feet
[Avoid 32, 64, 96, 128 ft] 
(9,756 19,513 29,27 39,03 meters)

Avoid the line lengths in brackets in your antenna construction and it should work OK.

Metric Conversion Factor: 1 Meter=3.28 Feet. 1 Feet =30.4888 cm

73 de Cliff KU4GW



Recordings made in the 1920s,1960,1970,1980 & 1990

73. David Ring



A lot of Keys at:

73 Paul N6EV #3358T



There are pictures of my keys on my website at....................:
73, Bill NT9K



Ook aan een nieuwe antenne toe..................?

Check out the antennas at Maxim's home.

Try putting something like that up these days without the neighbors going bonkers!
Jim K6JF



73, your Editor PA3CLQ



My simple website about Gigantic DF-Antennas

Part 1 "DF-Antenna Wullenweber Array"

Part 2 "DF-Antenna USSR Variants"

Part 3 "DF-Antenna USA Variants"

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