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Simple QRP CW Transceiver for the 20 meters: by Igor Grigorov, VA3ZNW

It was… Well, when it was… I guess, it was at the end 80s and in the beginning of the 90s. Perestroyka. Gorbachev. Eltcin stand on a tank… Well, it has no matter to our transceiver. At the times I was the director of the cooperative "Vibrissa." Well, it was one- man cooperative, so, I was as the director as the main worker. I did equipment for radio amateurs.

The transceiver was one of my products. I have done near 50 samples of the transceiver. It worked very well. At 1991 I sent the description of the transceiver to the magazine of the "U- QRP- C." The article is used copies of the original schematics published by "U- QRP- C. Reference Book- #3," pages 9- 10.

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QRP CW Transceiver for the 20 meters




Lightning Links to Open Book
Antenna Theory Helical Antennas Useful Pieces Simple Keys
Antenna Practice TV Antennas Propagation QRO HF Tube Amplifiers
136 kHz- Antennas Coaxial cables LDE QRO HF Transistor Amplifiers
HF- Antennas Two wire lines Interferences QRP
HF- RX Antennas Feeder's Toolkit Filters TVI/RFI QRP PA
50- MHz Antennas HF ATU Homebrew Receivers Radio and Ham History
VHF- Antennas ATU for the 6- meters Homebrew Transmitters Old Russian/USSR Radio Equipment
UHF -Antennas Antenna Parts Matching Circuit for P.A Amateurs Awards
EH- Antennas Antenna Towers QRP Transceivers Free Radio and Electronics e- Books
TV Channels and Frequencies Reception of Weather Stations Useful Data FM Radio Channels and Frequencies
MagLoop Antennas Home-Brew Technics in Antenna Tools PSU for Amateur Radio from Computer Free Programme and Utility





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