Re: Oak Hills QRP Classic manual
Dave asked me in another email about the operation manual and I do not have same, but Itoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
found another Classic manual that is larger and for those interested it is attached for historical
preservation for all owners thereof.
I am OCD. Whenever I get any kit, the first thing that I do is copy the entire documentation.
Just in case I wait a decade or more to build it and the paperwork gets separated, lost or
destroyed. If you are watching my videos, I just started a series on the HX108-2 7-transistor
AM radio construction and theory for beginners. Hoping that some will start a local class to
teach the next generation on building so that they can work on the next generation of robots. :-)
But, they may grow up with robots repairing robots.
On 3/9/19 1:36 PM, David Wilcox via Groups.Io wrote: