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23500

Re: introduction to the group

Thanks for the welcome. Not sure what I am building yet. The good thing about regens is that it has more gain and selectivity than a simple crystal receiver
kevin asato
5:42 AM
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23499

Re: introduction to the group

The missing connection is obvious, and maybe a cap is missing too. ... From: b_weeber@... [regenrx] To: regenrx@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, May 02,
Leonard Meek
5:49 PM
#23499
 
23498

Re: Changes Explored for U.S. AM Band

Hue wrote I didn’t know that! I thought the change to digital TV was mandated. it is, but there are different tv station classifications. Low power
kb9vke
3:33 PM
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23497

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

Dave, that Wind Surfing reference is great! It really is "Aux Naturale" radio in the raw. Not for the faint of heart! (Note the HQ-170 and FT-101 standing
wd4nka
3:17 PM
#23497
 
23496

Changes Explored for U.S. AM Band

CQ magazine for April 2015 has an article "The Problem with the U.S. AM broadcast band. Among its conclusions: “It seems that while it may take another
Hue Miller
May 2
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23495

Re: introduction to the group

Hello Kevin Welcome in this group! Recently there was a discussion about that floating diode detector, which seems to be used the first time in this circuit. I
b_weeber
May 2
#23495
 
23494

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

Hello Don et al, This is very exciting! I may have to go to the trouble and expense of renewing my license!--- 40 meter CW is my “briar Patch”! Do you guys
Brian Burns
May 2
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23493

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

... Yes, indeed. Four of the seven receivers in regular rotation at W9BRD ( see the list at http://dpnwritings.nfshost.com/ej/w9brd/
davidpnewkirk
May 2
#23493
 
23492

introduction to the group

A note of introduction - I am interested in regenerative receivers, again. Last one built was Radio Shack Globe Patrol in the 70s. I miss it. I was able to
kc6pob
May 2
#23492
 
23491

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

My receiver is pretty wide open, usually, per practice, I'll shunt the primary side of the audio plate to voice coil transformer with a .1uF cap, which will
wd4nka
May 2
#23491
 
23490

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

Gary, I share your enjoyment. Great stuff! I always felt like I was cheating if I used a one tube transmitter or a two tube mopa and a modern rx or even a
dulmagedon
May 2
#23490
 
23489

Re: Life with a Regen: my NRR station on 40m cw.

Don, while I don't have the current ability to get on 80m, I am on 7045 or 7050 just about nightly after midnight EST. A 15 watt mopa and a regenerodyne. Had
wd4nka
May 1
#23489
 
23488

DX Junior

I came across this circuit some time ago it's called a DX Junior. A two tube (three tube if you count the rectifier). The resistors are in tenths of a megohm.
kf9cm
May 1
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23487

Re: Drift measurement ona 40 meter solid state regen

The frequency counter has been checked by measuring an ocx with 10MHz. The resolution is 1Hz and the stability together with the ocx is in the range of +/- 1
b_weeber
May 1
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23486

Re: Drift measurement ona 40 meter solid state regen

Thanks for these lot of suggestions! @qrpbear *** something in the neighborhood of 1800pF gate to source and 2700pF I had similar values in my mind, when i
b_weeber
May 1
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