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I heard about people building a one tube transmitter in their Novice days. Probably something I could do too, even if just for fun. beacon or whatever you have asked.

Homebrewing differs from kit-building in that "homebrew" connotes the process of constructing equipment using parts and designs by AI2Q "Glowbug" is a term used by US amateurs...

40 meter QRP Transceiver - This semi-homebrew QRP (low power) CW transceiver is based on the ARK-40 transceiver kit, by S&S Engineering. special transmitting tube named 5894 for...

Junkbox CW Transmitter - 1920s style, with one tube and no other normal electronic components. K3WWP Homebrew Station - pictures of homebrew radios and much useful information. K5BCQ Homebrew - For radio enthusiasts interested in building and...

6J6 QRP tube transmitter plans - From AK0B's Glowbug and Homebrew Radio pages. 2a3 - Plans for a homebrew tube...

BA radio site in Maryland. Includes photos of a 6V6 QRP CW rig built in a cigar box. 6J6 QRP tube transmitter plans. From AK0B's Glowbug and Homebrew Radio pages. Pictures, article and schematic.

(click on any picture to see larger version) NOTE: 'N5FC' is my former call. This one was certainly an example of that process.

Official Journal of the Antique Wireless Association, Inc. Published for the Collector, Historian and Old Time Wireless Operator.
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Building the rig on a breadboard made a lot of sense in this application. It gave me an excuse to use the components that running a homebrew transmitter: a solid-state/tube hybrid.

Completed on January 1, 2002, it is a homebrew 40 meter CW transmitter. What I did here was moved my old 6DQ6 oscillator for my VR tube to kick in plus there was no chirp...

» Glowbugs - homebrew (DIY) tube gadgets, receivers and transmitters, dedicated to the Golden Era of Amateur Radio. Generally, any small, home-built tube-type transmitter or receiver may be referred to as a glowbug.

6J6 QRP tube transmitter plans - From AK0B's Glowbug and Homebrew Radio pages. Pictures, article and schematic. using the popular 1950s-60s era HBR receivers.

CRYSTAL SETS TO SIDEBAND -- Free On-Line -- A Guide to Building an Amateur Radio Station By Frank W. Harris, KØIYE. Khz CW transmitter. HOMEBREW GENERAL COVERAGE RECEIVER PROJECT.

Unreal! This transmitter fundamentally uses one tube to oscillate and transmit and the tube is really a horizontal output tube for a TV set! Since building my first version of the transmitter, I've redesign the front panel, moved the current meter...

This is my Arizona test bench, where I put a few of my more recent devices together. What's shown here is a PC-board lashup of a 2-stage CW transmitter, with a 6AG7 crystal oscillator driving a 6DQ6 sweep tube final.

We had a very nice QSO, and it turned out that Bill was using a homebrew, one-tube transmitter using a 6A6 tube. I Googled “6A6 transmitter” and found this circuit. Apparently, it can be made with many different types of dual triode tube types.

What does all of that have to do with a homebrew transmitter? Well, I had lots of time on my hands and I had couldn't believe it when the darned thing fired up the very first time.

1950's Sucker Stick Transmitter : Featured in the 11th Edition of the ARRL's How to Become an Amateur Radio Operator. 6AG7/6L6 Tube CW transmitter : A classic MOPA built by WB4WHH. There are some great photos of his homebrew gear at his station.

LA6NCA Larvik, Norway. HOMEBREW. LA6NCA - 6L6, CW and AM Transmitter. Transmitter with Xtal oscillator. The BOX comes from IKEA. Price is 3 $. The idea to this transmitter came from the ARRL handbook from 1955.

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