Date   

Thurs Morning Net

WA0ITP
 

This Four State net meets each Thursday morning at 8:00 AM Central on 7122 kc,
the Four State 40M hangout frequency. NCS is WA�ITP and this is a Four State
members only net.

Add anything to the exchange that you wish, member number, temp, rig, ant, etc.
After the net, a list of checkins will be posted on the Four State reflector.

Hope to cu tomorrow morning at 8:00 AM Central time

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Wed Nite Nets

WA0ITP
 

The Four State QRP Comfortable nets meet each Wednesday night
beginning at 7:30 PM Central Time.

Dick and I will be using the club call, WQ5RP.
If you want to work us for the club award program, just ask to work us
with our own calls, or ask for our member numbers.

Wayne is back as 40M NCS tonight, using his own call, KC�PMH

If we have to QSY, I like to move up, Wayne likes to move down,
and Dick doesn't have to move much at all.

Add anything to the exchange that you wish, temp rig, ant, etc.
Checking into all, sessions is encouraged. We call it the "Clean Sweep".

7:30 Central time ... 40M CW Net on 7122, KC�PMH NCS
8:00 " " ... 80M CW Net on 3564, WQ5RP/WA�ITP NCS.
8:30 " " ... 40M CW Net on 7122, KC�PMH NCS
9:00 " " ... 80M PSK Net on 3580.5, WQ5RP/N�TGR NCS

All are welcome! After the nets, a list of checkins will be
posted on the Four State reflector.

--
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Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

email4utoo@...
 

Nate, FB on new/older TS 530 SE, I have been peeking at those older Kenwoods as well , but will consider picking one up in person , especially after your experience ! hihi . Hope the TS 530SE gives you a lot of Fun QSOs, 73s AJ W5HEH


Re: First Ozark-17 QSO

Dale Putnam
 

Way to do it Nick, 
Congratulations.

Have a great day,
 
 
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
 
 





So it's all propagation.  I fired off a few CQs this evening and got spotted by about four skimmers.  In short order I had a response from WB2LQF in NY.  


Another rig heard from!


73-


Nick, WA5BDU







Re: First Ozark-17 QSO

Wayne Dillon
 

Sweet! Keep going.
Wayne.


On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 9:27 PM, nick-wa5bdu@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

The Ozark-17 was a 17 meter transceiver on a board that was given out as a lagniappe at OzarkCon 2004, I think.  I built mine in 2005 but had never managed a QSO with it until today.


It's a pretty neat design by Tommy WD5AGO with a superhet receiver and crystal filter and VXO controlled TX running about 1.5 to 2 watts out.  One problem was that the VXO would only reach about 18.090 at the lower limit and although the "official" QRP frequency is 18.096, it seems most activity is lower.  That and I just don't get on 17 meters much.  And don't have an antenna for it.


About a month ago I got into trying to make a QSO every day, inspired by Herb WR9H.  That's a big deal for me because I can go a month without a QSO while working on homebrew or programming projects.


After that got going good, I figured I showed try a "rig a day" along with it, at least until I ran out of radios.  I did OK with K3, KX3, 2N2/40, HW8, IC706IIG (mobile) but when I got to the Ozark 17, I struck out.  (Made my QSO that day with a different rig.)  I knew I was in trouble when I didn't get a single spot on the RBN.


So it's all propagation.  I fired off a few CQs this evening and got spotted by about four skimmers.  In short order I had a response from WB2LQF in NY.  


Another rig heard from!


73-


Nick, WA5BDU





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Re: First Ozark-17 QSO

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Rock and Roll Nick!
Good going!
72
Johnny AC0BQ

On Tuesday, July 29, 2014, nick-wa5bdu@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

The Ozark-17 was a 17 meter transceiver on a board that was given out as a lagniappe at OzarkCon 2004, I think.  I built mine in 2005 but had never managed a QSO with it until today.


It's a pretty neat design by Tommy WD5AGO with a superhet receiver and crystal filter and VXO controlled TX running about 1.5 to 2 watts out.  One problem was that the VXO would only reach about 18.090 at the lower limit and although the "official" QRP frequency is 18.096, it seems most activity is lower.  That and I just don't get on 17 meters much.  And don't have an antenna for it.


About a month ago I got into trying to make a QSO every day, inspired by Herb WR9H.  That's a big deal for me because I can go a month without a QSO while working on homebrew or programming projects.


After that got going good, I figured I showed try a "rig a day" along with it, at least until I ran out of radios.  I did OK with K3, KX3, 2N2/40, HW8, IC706IIG (mobile) but when I got to the Ozark 17, I struck out.  (Made my QSO that day with a different rig.)  I knew I was in trouble when I didn't get a single spot on the RBN.


So it's all propagation.  I fired off a few CQs this evening and got spotted by about four skimmers.  In short order I had a response from WB2LQF in NY.  


Another rig heard from!


73-


Nick, WA5BDU




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72
JOHNNY AC0BQ  ..


Re: First Ozark-17 QSO

WA0ITP
 

Congrats Nick, good goin!

On 7/29/2014 9:27 PM, nick-wa5bdu@... [4sqrp] wrote:

The Ozark-17 was a 17 meter transceiver on a board that was given out as a lagniappe at OzarkCon 2004, I think.  I built mine in 2005 but had never managed a QSO with it until today.


It's a pretty neat design by Tommy WD5AGO with a superhet receiver and crystal filter and VXO controlled TX running about 1.5 to 2 watts out.  One problem was that the VXO would only reach about 18.090 at the lower limit and although the "official" QRP frequency is 18.096, it seems most activity is lower.  That and I just don't get on 17 meters much.  And don't have an antenna for it.


About a month ago I got into trying to make a QSO every day, inspired by Herb WR9H.  That's a big deal for me because I can go a month without a QSO while working on homebrew or programming projects.


After that got going good, I figured I showed try a "rig a day" along with it, at least until I ran out of radios.  I did OK with K3, KX3, 2N2/40, HW8, IC706IIG (mobile) but when I got to the Ozark 17, I struck out.  (Made my QSO that day with a different rig.)  I knew I was in trouble when I didn't get a single spot on the RBN.


So it's all propagation.  I fired off a few CQs this evening and got spotted by about four skimmers.  In short order I had a response from WB2LQF in NY.  


Another rig heard from!


73-


Nick, WA5BDU



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www.4sqrp.com


First Ozark-17 QSO

Nick-WA5BDU
 

The Ozark-17 was a 17 meter transceiver on a board that was given out as a lagniappe at OzarkCon 2004, I think.  I built mine in 2005 but had never managed a QSO with it until today.


It's a pretty neat design by Tommy WD5AGO with a superhet receiver and crystal filter and VXO controlled TX running about 1.5 to 2 watts out.  One problem was that the VXO would only reach about 18.090 at the lower limit and although the "official" QRP frequency is 18.096, it seems most activity is lower.  That and I just don't get on 17 meters much.  And don't have an antenna for it.


About a month ago I got into trying to make a QSO every day, inspired by Herb WR9H.  That's a big deal for me because I can go a month without a QSO while working on homebrew or programming projects.


After that got going good, I figured I showed try a "rig a day" along with it, at least until I ran out of radios.  I did OK with K3, KX3, 2N2/40, HW8, IC706IIG (mobile) but when I got to the Ozark 17, I struck out.  (Made my QSO that day with a different rig.)  I knew I was in trouble when I didn't get a single spot on the RBN.


So it's all propagation.  I fired off a few CQs this evening and got spotted by about four skimmers.  In short order I had a response from WB2LQF in NY.  


Another rig heard from!


73-


Nick, WA5BDU



Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Adrian Flynn
 

Hi Don,

I could not afford that gear in 1963 and I still can't afford it today, (It hurts to end up on medical retirement 15 years early )
I look and dream as much today as then and do with what I can resurrect out of junk and spare parts.

72/73
Adrian KF7DYU



I usually get enough nostalgia walking around hamfests and looking at the boat anchors for sale - seeing stuff I either had long ago or those things I lusted for and could not afford back in the day when they were available.  Wisdom has always prevailed and I have resisted the urge to take one home.

   


             
                                                        
                     


.



Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Don Wilhelm <w3fpr@...>
 

You guys have got to stop this stuff!  I have been following this thread recalling my novice days.  I never did get a regen receiver to work to my satisfaction, but I built my novice transmitter and struggled with an NC-54 (or was it NC-53) receiver.  I did not work many stations until I obtained a BC-348J receiver.

Later, I went on to build my own version of the Lew McCoy HBR-16 which featured an Eddystone slide rule dial and used salvaged (and capacitor switched coupling for variable selectivity) 85 kHz IF transformers  salvaged from BC-453 receivers.  I added a Q-multiplier at 85 kHz and it had really good selectivity.  I dubbed it the HBR-18 because it used 18 tubes.  It is still in the attic storage, and I might resurrect it one day.

I usually get enough nostalgia walking around hamfests and looking at the boat anchors for sale - seeing stuff I either had long ago or those things I lusted for and could not afford back in the day when they were available.  Wisdom has always prevailed and I have resisted the urge to take one home.

These days, my K2, K3 and KX3 are more than I need, but your comments have gotten me thinking about restoring that HBR-18 and the NC-101X that I have in the attic - even though I know that my Elecraft rigs are far superior performance-wise, much lighter and easier to use than those boat anchors.
I may even try my hand at a regen again based on some of the stuff presented by George Dobbs at several past FDIM seminars.

Thanks for the memories.

On 7/29/2014 8:11 PM, rhulett1@... [4sqrp] wrote:
 

Well, I'm not a real "old-timer", but built a 2-tube receiver from the QST 1956 in 1962 and a single-tube transmitter ( keyed oscillator ) in '63.  I scrounged old tvs and radios from the local dump, so the parts were free for the labor of removing them.  I used this setup for six months after getting my novice ticket, then my folks bought an HQ-170 and Eico 723 from an estate sale of an SK.  Only owned one crystal for the novice section of 40M so many times had to "wait in line" for the frequency to be clear.

73, Curt KB5JO





Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Curt
 

Well, I'm not a real "old-timer", but built a 2-tube receiver from the QST 1956 in 1962 and a single-tube transmitter ( keyed oscillator ) in '63.  I scrounged old tvs and radios from the local dump, so the parts were free for the labor of removing them.  I used this setup for six months after getting my novice ticket, then my folks bought an HQ-170 and Eico 723 from an estate sale of an SK.  Only owned one crystal for the novice section of 40M so many times had to "wait in line" for the frequency to be clear.

73, Curt KB5JO


Re: Attn: KC0PMH

Wayne Dillon
 

Hi Sam
No worries,
Let's have a go at 19:00 (00:00z) tomorrow. Hope all is OK
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - KC0PMH


On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 12:52 PM, 'Sam Neal' n5af@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Hello,

Unfortunately I will not be able to make our schedule tonight. I will be
there tomorrow night a coupe of hours before net time monitoring. Sorry for
any inconvenience.

73,

Sam Neal N5AF
_______________________________________________




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The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
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Attn: KC0PMH

Sam Neal
 

Hello,

Unfortunately I will not be able to make our schedule tonight. I will be
there tomorrow night a coupe of hours before net time monitoring. Sorry for
any inconvenience.

73,

Sam Neal N5AF
_______________________________________________


Re: FW: Proposal 11708

email4utoo@...
 

Todd, I posted against , the FCC site shows the amount posted for the last 30days, was 65 when i post today , 7/29/14. 73s, AJ W5HEH


Regen

Scott ..
 

Hi, Scott, n7net here.


I have a WordPress blob called QNCW.ME. It began as a paper CW journal in the early 1990s and has finally morphed into a blog which is visited by a few. Yesterday it was a friend in Italy. The day before it was someone in Brazil. 


The current thread, Regent, caught my attention. There is a great deal of nostalgia and meaningful information in these posts. I'm wondering if there is any objection to my moving this Regen thread to my QNCW. 


I won't do it without permission.


72 de Scott/n7net


n7net@...


Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

 

Since the post I spotted and bought a nice TS-520SE off ebay. It
arrived yesterday and looks as nice as in the pictures. Of course,
shippers can do amazing things and in this case the plug managed to work
out of the Remote VFO socket and get smashed to bits. Fortunately, the
pins required for normal operation were only bent slightly and I was
able to get the rig receiving just fine (moral, remove, wrap and note
fragile parts). Even though I had a TS-820S and TS-830S in years past,
I thought I had forgotten how to tune these guys as I couldn't get any
ALC reading. I removed power and then the top cover and reseated the
driver tube. Plugged it back in and powered it up and it tuned up just
fine on 75m even though the meter seems a bit "peaky". Closed
everything up and about an hour later I wanted to retune on 160m and
again no ALC indication when trying to peak the Drive control.

It's an old radio and I'll go through the alignment procedure one of
these days and get it going in fine fashion in time for SKN. The
receiver sure sounds good, though.

72, Nate

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Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Curt
 

Bob

fascinating discussion on your first ham receiver being a homebrew regen! 

it was in my teen years that Allied Radio sold out to Radio Shack, and the end of Knight kits - I remember the fire sale but I had no building experience or mentors then, and Knight kits had become as pricey as Heath. 

cool story on the AM harmonic being a nifty calibration tone! 

I don't plan to stop building receivers anytime soon.  But work does get in the way! 

When I was a teen also I worked some at a TV shop when nearly everyone's TV still used tubes, although most of the new ones were solid state.  Also when I went to college I was in a program required co-op work assignments - the first in a plant that designed and prototyped CRTs - I am glad I quickly moved on from there into RF. 

Oh yes I treasure my novice QSL cards also!  Its a wonder I got anything to radiate from my used Heath stuff I managed to get. 

CUL nice to meet you and dialog.  I hope others have enjoyed your info as well (and probably already discussed it on this group). 

73 Curt


RMRc today 14.0625 at 2200z

Dale Putnam
 

See you then!!  At YOUR speed.. bring your current temp, and what you are doing in your shack this week.

Have a great day,
 
 
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
 
 


Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Robert
 

Hi Curt:

This time frame was about 60 years ago so this is what I remember.

I got my start building regen receivers when I received an Allied Radio Knight Kit 6 in 1 radio lab kit for Christmas when I was in the 4th grade. One of the Kit’s circuits was an AM broadcast band regen receiver circuit that worked pretty good, as I remember. I lived in Logansport, Indiana, during my school years, and was I able to receive AM radio stations from all over the eastern half of the USA (after 12 PM when most of the local radio stations went off the air). I had two good family friends who were hams, Bob Gharis W9ZYR and John Fry W9EGV both SK. John was the Popular Electronics author of the Carl and Jerry stories and my Mom’s cousin. Both Bob and John showed me how to build many other electronic circuits on the 6 in 1 lab kit board and several were regen receiver circuits using a 6SN7 tube circuit. When I decided to go for my Novice License, I built a regen receiver using what I had learned from the 6 in 1 lab kit and a circuit from
a book at the local City Library called “The Radio Builders Handbook”. It was not the Allied Radio book but it had several regen circuits and one covered 300 KHz to 20 MHz using plugin coils. The regen circuit used three tubes and worked pretty nice. I used 80 Meters most of the time because the local AM radio station was on 1230KHz and the third harmonic was 3690 KHZ which helped me find the 80 Meter Novice band. The main problem I had using the regen circuit was the over load problem when the CW transmitter was keyed, but at the Novice code speeds, that was not that much of a problem. Since there was a QRM problem using the regen receiver, most of my contacts were in the earily evening or late night hours, 11 PM or later. I don’t remember how many contacts I made as a Novice (more than 100), but I had a nice stack of QSL cards. I sent out less than two hundred of my KN9ZLU cards because I had two groups of 100 cards made.

73,
Bob K9ZLU
www.luetzow.us
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On Mon, 7/28/14, wb8yyy@yahoo.com [4sqrp] <4sqrp@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+
To: 4sqrp@yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, July 28, 2014, 12:11 PM


 









Bob

extremely
interesting on your first station containing a regen, and
your report on QRM c. 1958 (yes I was not yet doing CW nor
talking then).  Was this first receiver home constructed by
yourself or another ham?  Certainly it must have been
better than the 'toy regens' many of us have
experienced?  I am considering a build of a WBR regen as
something that might have better stability than my current
model regen.  Yes I was merely thinking c. 1930 QRM not
that from a later time with more hams, with less stable
transmitters. 

I do know
of a ham who has made many dozen QSOs with a haman rig, but
realize it is xtal based.  Just curious on the craft of
your original receiver. 

73 Curt WB8YYY









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Re: Ozark Patrol Regen Receiver A+

Robert 'RC' Conley <rc.kc5wa@...>
 

here is a web site that can give insite to regen radio and crystal radio
kc5wa
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