Roy E. Ruivivar
Hello Dear Allison,
Thank you very much for the advice. I'll keep that in mind.
I once saw a Circuit from an old QST issue (1972) of a tube type SSB
Transmitter using just a pair of Crystals (455 khz).I think it is in
a Lattice configuration. Any way, that is another topic.
Maybe I'll try to practice building a BITX version with what I have
available first. I know it won't sound good on the air but at least I
can learn something.
I just want to say that the BITX20 Group is truly a fantastic group
of Real "Hams". Thanks to Farhan for starting it. It has become a
good forum for New and Experienced Homebrewers.
--- In BITX20@..., "Allison Parent" <kb1gmx@a...> wrote:
to makehave lots of it and they are relatively cheap. I think I'll try
Arva CW Version first just to get a feel for the wide bandwidth as
asuggests on the Crystals ( 2 x 16 Mhz / 2 pole, for 5 Mhz VFO for
on. IBITX15 CW only).For a decent CW or SSB filter the crystals need to be within 100Hz
knowfound a store that sells them really cheap. I think they don't
computingwhat these are used for... hihi.Ceramic resonators are lower Q devices than crystals and do not make
I'llfor the capacitors applicable for the Ceramic Resonators? Maybe
just try it and post my findings later.It's possible to use any crystal in the range of 6-20mhz is matched