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ANTENTOP- 01- 2010, # 012

Some Thoughts on Regenerative Receivers

 

 

 

Paul W. Ross, W3FIS

 

 

After having monitored, and occasionally participating, in the discussions on the Yahoo Regenerative Receiver Newsgroup, I thought it might be of interest to throw in both some of my experiences, and professional thoughts. I suffer from being an E.E. by training, having grown up at the tail end of the vacuum tube era, as well as having held an amateur radio license for half a century.

 

In no way is this paper comprehensive. A Google search will turn up all sorts of things. The purpose of this paper is to provide a starting point for discussion and experimentation for the person new to the field of regenerative receivers, who may be utterly overwhelmed by the plethora of information.

 

I've always been fascinated by regenerative receivers, with my first one being built from an article in "Popular Mechanics," using a 1T4 and the usual "ticker" coil Armstrong design. In this paper, tutorial, or what you might want to call it, I'd like to look at some of the general design issues. Some of this is based on a discussion of general receiver design considerations that I gave recently before the Nanticoke Amateur Radio club in Seaford, Delaware, as well as discussions with members of the Yahoo Regenerative Receiver group.

 

 

 

Classic Regenerative Receiver, the base of lots regenerative receivers.

 

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