There's a similar device described in the July, 1997 QST that I
almost built one time.
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Something like that would be fun and easy to build, but the warning
about having long ragchews is important. If your HT has a time-out
timer, it would be a good idea to make sure it is turned on.
On 1/7/21 1:22 PM, John - KK4ITX via
Here's a 2m FM unit that
you can try. Although it's on my website I have never tried
it myself....... I thought that some of the locals would
enjoy practicing CW but it was a dead end.
Really not very
complicated, no bells and whistles. I probably have most
all the parts if you don't and would share them. You would
need a box and some battery power, perhaps a 9V ?
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of life's failures are people who
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On Thursday, January 7, 2021, 02:01:24 PM EST, WR9H
I would like to see a simple 2 meter cw/ kit
transmitter that could be heard in our handhelds.
N2USC "6m xceiver kit would be great, either CW or SSB or both."
I like that idea as well