Operating 24 Volt Equipment in a 12 Volt Vehicle Simon Dabbs The common problem of operating 24V, usually ex WD equipment, from a 12V vehicle supply is addressed by the author, who offers his own solution. Describes technical developments in Army radio communications, and how they were driven by the experiences of World War II. The RT is a real clunker. The 37 or 43MHz 2nd IF is then mixed with the 1st LO from module 7 to get to the transmit frequency, filtered by the selectivity unit and amplified to 5 or 45 watts by the RF PA stage after which it reaches the antenna via an SWR bridge and harmonic filter. Gives hints on restoration for use on the air, plus photos, a spec, contacts and some weblinks. The author asserts that not only is this the finest of the WWII era manpack sets, but the reasons given for its demise by the MOD are not credible. Quality of emissions and self regulation.
Lots of antenna options from short whips to long whips to wire antennas for camp. Detailed description with pictures of the restoration of a dual AM HF transmitter. Hope to hear you on the bands. If frequency changes are required a 2nd operator must be left with the radio, who can be called by the remote station to perform frequency changes as required. Meligunis is the largest of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the north coast of Sicily , and the name of the island's main town. Just where do you keep your collection? Apparently the wire-over-the-bushes antenna is good for NVIS communications but I didn't know hw it would fare on 20m.
CQ DX DE G7MRV QRP K: Clansman Manpacks for Amateur Use - Part 2
A simple AM modulator using push-pull s. Selective calling signals to set up a voice or image contact for QSO with other station s. Please provide a valid price range. Powering the Soviet R Transceiver. Memories of using a WS No. This setup weighs in at a little over First of a two part article describing the design aspects and safety requirements for mains driven power supply units.
Issue 9 — February A new source for A13 batteries. Charles is to be commended for his wonderful generosity and technical achievement. I bought this radio, including all the accessories from a ham in Berlin. Introduction and a Clansman problem. Surplus Military Radio on the Net.