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Hostname: ip37.ip-192-99-28.net
Region: QC
City: Montréal
Postal Code: H3A
Latitude: 45.504001617432
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(2 day ago) Written by Hans Summers Saturday, 03 December 2011 13:35 This is the story of my quest to build an all-tube VFO for 26.0 to 26.5MHz, for use in a 21MHz SSB/CW superhet transceiver with 5.0688MHz intermediate frequency (IF). Construction efforts below were assisted by advice and commentary by G4OEP, K3IMW, K7HKL and VK6JY.


DA: 19 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 20

Hans Summers Homebrew Radio, Electronics and Computing

(15 day ago) by Hans Summers. I make no claims for technical accuracy, good design, or necessarily even originality for the contents of these pages. Rather, I am a simple enthusiast attempting to convey my love and enjoyment of radio, electronics, and computing and perhaps to inspire YOU to build something too.


DA: 19 PA: 39 MOZ Rank: 58

Low Pass Filter - QRP Labs

(6 day ago) This Low Pass Filter (LPF) kit is based on the G-QRP technical pages design by Ed Whetherhold W3NQN.Kits are available for 16 bands 2200, 600, 160, 80, 60, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10, 6, 4, 2m and 222MHz.


DA: 16 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 23

Panel-mounting clock - HansSummers.com

(1 month ago) Written by Hans Summers Saturday, 24 January 2009 19:23 I hope you can see by the ruler that this clock is very, very small. It was built to fit inside the front panel of a radio tranceiver (yet to be built), alongside my panel mounting radio frequency counter.


DA: 19 PA: 11 MOZ Rank: 30

QRP Labs Kits

(2 day ago) qrp-labs.com. LightAPRS is the most affordable, smallest, lightest, powerful and one of few open source APRS trackers available.


DA: 12 PA: 12 MOZ Rank: 13

30m QRSS junkbox tx - HansSummers.com

(1 month ago) Reception map:. This map shows the worldwide reception of the G0UPL junk box beacon. Not all stations are shown on the map since some are geographically close to each other so overlap on the map.


DA: 19 PA: 12 MOZ Rank: 31

Unichip 80m transceiver - Hans Summers

(1 month ago) Written by Hans Summers Sunday, 05 April 2009 15:36 This project somehow grabbed my imagination. It's a complete 80m transceiver in one chip designed by Mike King G3MY, the CA3086 transistor array. One transistor for crystal oscillator, one for a PA, and three for the audio amplification after direct conversion in a diode mixer. CLICK


DA: 19 PA: 13 MOZ Rank: 32

Johannes Adam “Hans” Summer (1716-1796) - Find A Grave

(4 day ago) John is considered to be the founder of the German settlement which went on 100 years or so later to become Little Mountain, in the Dutch Fork of the midlands of South Carolina. The mountain, Little Mountain, was earlier known as Ruff Mountain. The actual founder of Little Mountain is best considered to be A. N. Boland


DA: 18 PA: 40 MOZ Rank: 58

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