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ANTENTOP- 01- 2013 # 017

Regenerative Receiver BARABASHKA-3

 

 

The receiver consumes near 10- milliampere. Inductors L1 and L2 are coiled by an enamel wire in diameter 0.2… 0.25- mm (30…32- AWG) on the plastic form (it was used a surplus form from an old receiver) in 5- mm diameter. The inductor is trimmed by a small ferrite rod to needed band. It is possible to use the inductor without a trimming rod. Trimmer capacitors C4 and C7 are used to change the border of the bands. Inductor L1 has 9 turns. Inductor L2 has 14 turns.

 

The regenerative receiver made on one sided PCB plate by sizes 120 x 50- mm. Figure 2 shows the PCB of the receiver. It is view on the printed lay. Figure 3 shows the view on the PCB at the “mirror view” (view from the side of the parts). Figure 4 shows PCB with installed parts on it. Figure 5 shows the picture of the Regenerative Receiver.

 

Figure 2 PCB of the Regenerative Receiver

 

Figure 3 PCB of the Regenerative Receiver in the “Mirror View”

 

Figure 4 PCB of the Regenerative Receiver with Installed Parts on It

 

Figure 5 Picture of the Regenerative Receiver

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are interested to get a kit for the receiver (the kit may include the PCB, all parts + coiled inductors, variable capacitor, headphones), please, contact directly to Rinat via his mail: radiorinat at mail.ru.

 

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