Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts
I would also be interested in a regenerative radio, specially if it's a ham band edition with good band spread controls and an isolation stage to keep from radiating RF. Bipolar or FET transistors would be fine even tubes but that would make it not very portable. My main interest would be a radio stable and good enough to use in making contacts.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The WBR Regen Receiver by N1BYT seems like a decent radio, and it would not be too hard to limit it's tuning range to the 40M or 80M band.
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At 11:33 AM 10/17/2013, you wrote:
Last year I purchased the Hendricks Scout Regen. recvr. and like it very much.