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Thanks Lawrence for the memories,
Your scan rung a long dormant bell (nostalgia face here).
Do they come from the ARRL SSB handbook, where you scanned it
from, or an original QST article sometime along 1965-1975?
Can't readily tell, but the pleasure doesn't change.
73 Nikos SV1IYF
HiOn 13/4/2018 11:41 μμ, Lawrence Galea wrote:
Ge evening Allison.
I mentioned it because of the two fets used in cascade at
the front end and the use of agc.
It's design being nearly 50 years old is a totally
As you said the semiconductors are obsolete but one could
use modern ones if they want to do so.
However, I have scanned the article which is hereto
I scanned it at 600 dpi so I had to split it into three PDF
files because of the 20 Mb attachment limit.
Regards to all.