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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

 

For those looking for a complete PDF of the issue, it is:

http://ia700806.us.archive.org/13/items/73-magazine-1995-10/10_October_1995.pdf

It's about 32 MB but one can print off the desired pages.

72, de Nate >>

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Re: Small Power Distribution Center.

Johnny AC0BQ
 

I will bite,
Terry 
How much did it cost ?
I did not see that on the web page ?
Thanks 
Johnny 

On Thursday, October 17, 2013, WA0ITP wrote:
 

I like to place small rigs and accessories on the desk for ready access. To
facilitate that I began using power poles extensively a few years ago, both on
the /P equipment and the desk bound. For APP aficionados the following might be
of interest.

While attending the West Libery hamfest a coupla weeks ago, a fello qrper came
by my table and showed me this very nice little power distribution box
power distribution module | radiofarmprojects
which offered APPs as well as screw terminal options. I skootched on down to
the vendor and gobbled one up. It went together in about a half hour this aft,
and now resides on the desktop. It has 4 outputs, each one is fused with an LED
indicator to indicate a blown fuse, and is mounted in at neat little plastic
electrical box - vy cool.

It's a nice little kit and is offered by the Radio Farm, N0MA, a
club/association located near Cedar Rapids, IA. Usual disclaimers apply.
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I love this radio stuff !
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Small Power Distribution Center.

WA0ITP
 

I like to place small rigs and accessories on the desk for ready access. To
facilitate that I began using power poles extensively a few years ago, both on
the /P equipment and the desk bound. For APP aficionados the following might be
of interest.

While attending the West Libery hamfest a coupla weeks ago, a fello qrper came
by my table and showed me this very nice little power distribution box
https://sites.google.com/site/radiofarmprojects/home/power-distribution-module
which offered APPs as well as screw terminal options. I skootched on down to
the vendor and gobbled one up. It went together in about a half hour this aft,
and now resides on the desktop. It has 4 outputs, each one is fused with an LED
indicator to indicate a blown fuse, and is mounted in at neat little plastic
electrical box - vy cool.

It's a nice little kit and is offered by the Radio Farm, N0MA, a
club/association located near Cedar Rapids, IA. Usual disclaimers apply.
----------------------------------
Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA0ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

bobby rolph
 

I would like to build a multiband regen also.
kb4qnr
Bobby


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Jay Bromley <jayw5jay@...>
 

Hi Phil,

I was thinking the same thing, hi.  I bet Unc Phil could put a new spin on regen receivers.  BTW, the guys here in Fort Smith love the Scrubber.

 

73 de jay/w5jay..

 

From: 4sqrp@... [mailto:4sqrp@...] On Behalf Of Phil Anderson
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 3:09 PM
To: 4sqrp@...; Bill Cromwell
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Regenerative receiver thoughts

 



GOSH............NOBODY MENTIONED MY AUDIO REGEN
CW FILTER CALLED THE SCRUBBER......OH WELL

72, UNC PHIL

http://www.midnightscience.com/kits.html

Bill Cromwell wrote:


Hi,

Wow! Lots of interest in regens expressed here. All those posts and no
mention of the Yahoo group dedicated to regens. Siggests that all those
ineterested people do not know about it - yet. There is often a lot of
activity there and people busy with regen construction using both vacuum
tubes and solid state construction.

So here it is:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/regenrx/

It's s closed group which holds down the SPAM! Go there and sign up. See
you there. I have and operate a National SW-3, RCA RAK-7 and two other
regen projects under construction here. Regens don't have to be "little
to y radios".

73,

Bill  KU8H



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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Jerry Haigwood <jerry@...>
 

Bill,
The problem with the regenrx group is that they really try to discourage
building with anything other than tubes or as the Brits like to say, valves.
I have been a member for quite a while and 99% of the posts there relate to
tube regens. Every now and then someone actually gets upset if another user
says something about building a solid state regen.
Jerry W5JH
"building something without experimenting is just solder practice"

-----Original Message-----
From: 4sqrp@yahoogroups.com [mailto:4sqrp@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bill
Cromwell
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 3:00 PM
To: 4sqrp@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Regenerative receiver thoughts

Hi,

Wow! Lots of interest in regens expressed here. All those posts and no
mention of the Yahoo group dedicated to regens. Siggests that all those
ineterested people do not know about it - yet. There is often a lot of
activity there and people busy with regen construction using both vacuum
tubes and solid state construction.

So here it is:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/regenrx/

It's s closed group which holds down the SPAM! Go there and sign up. See you
there. I have and operate a National SW-3, RCA RAK-7 and two other regen
projects under construction here. Regens don't have to be "little toy
radios".

73,

Bill KU8H



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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Michael McShan <n5jky@...>
 

OK, I'll mention it. :-)

I built one and it works great.  Reminds me the Q multiplier on my Drake 2-B.

72,
Mike N5JKY

On Oct 17, 2013, at 3:09 PM, Phil Anderson <aldenmcduffie@...> wrote:

 

GOSH............NOBODY MENTIONED MY AUDIO REGEN
CW FILTER CALLED THE SCRUBBER......OH WELL

72, UNC PHIL

http://www.midnightscience.com/kits.html

Bill Cromwell wrote:


Hi,

Wow! Lots of interest in regens expressed here. All those posts and no
mention of the Yahoo group dedicated to regens. Siggests that all those
ineterested people do not know about it - yet. There is often a lot of
activity there and people busy with regen construction using both vacuum
tubes and solid state construction.

So here it is:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/regenrx/

It's s closed group which holds down the SPAM! Go there and sign up. See
you there. I have and operate a National SW-3, RCA RAK-7 and two other
regen projects under construction here. Regens don't have to be "little
to y radios".

73,

Bill  KU8H



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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Phil Anderson
 

GOSH............NOBODY MENTIONED MY AUDIO REGEN
CW FILTER CALLED THE SCRUBBER......OH WELL

72, UNC PHIL

http://www.midnightscience.com/kits.html

Bill Cromwell wrote:


Hi,

Wow! Lots of interest in regens expressed here. All those posts and no
mention of the Yahoo group dedicated to regens. Siggests that all those
ineterested people do not know about it - yet. There is often a lot of
activity there and people busy with regen construction using both vacuum
tubes and solid state construction.

So here it is:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/regenrx/

It's s closed group which holds down the SPAM! Go there and sign up. See
you there. I have and operate a National SW-3, RCA RAK-7 and two other
regen projects under construction here. Regens don't have to be "little
to y radios".

73,

Bill  KU8H



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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Bill Cromwell
 

Hi,

Wow! Lots of interest in regens expressed here. All those posts and no mention of the Yahoo group dedicated to regens. Siggests that all those ineterested people do not know about it - yet. There is often a lot of activity there and people busy with regen construction using both vacuum tubes and solid state construction.

So here it is:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/regenrx/

It's s closed group which holds down the SPAM! Go there and sign up. See you there. I have and operate a National SW-3, RCA RAK-7 and two other regen projects under construction here. Regens don't have to be "little toy radios".

73,

Bill KU8H


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

David Donaldson
 

Count me in.  It has been a few years since I built one of those.  Sounds fun

Dave
Wb7dru
Burnsville, Mn

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-----Original Message-----
From: Kelly E McClelland
To: 4sqrp@..., Paul Smith
Sent: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 12:49 PM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Regenerative receiver thoughts

 

I would like to be on the list too. I have built the Ten Tec 1253 and have fun listening around with it. K4AHO built the WBR and did some mods and it sounded really sweet when he brought it to our Central FL QRP outing last fall.

Sort of fun to do a group build and compare notes/help one another troubleshoot like happens on the QRP-Tech yahoo group.

72,
Kelly K4UPG
Orlando, FL

On 10/16/2013 9:40 PM, Paul Smith wrote:
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD



Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Kelly E
 

I would like to be on the list too. I have built the Ten Tec 1253 and have fun listening around with it. K4AHO built the WBR and did some mods and it sounded really sweet when he brought it to our Central FL QRP outing last fall.

Sort of fun to do a group build and compare notes/help one another troubleshoot like happens on the QRP-Tech yahoo group.

72,
Kelly K4UPG
Orlando, FL

On 10/16/2013 9:40 PM, Paul Smith wrote:
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD



Re: Regenerative receiver

Wayne Dillon
 

Over lunch I was doing some browsing and turned this up in QST:
The WBR Receiver by Dan Wissell - QST August 2001, you'll also find a beautifully built example here:
More food fro thought.
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - KC0PMH

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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

cbayona <CBayona@...>
 

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.

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.
< <http://arp75.free.fr/PortailARP/file/2011/n1byt%20_wbr.pdf>http://arp75.free.fr/PortailARP/file/2011/n1byt%20_wbr.pdf >
< http://aa7ee.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/the-wbr-a-simple-high-performance-regen-receiver-for-40m-by-n1byt/ >

At 11:33 AM 10/17/2013, you wrote:


Last year I purchased the Hendricks Scout Regen. recvr. and like it very much.
Dual band 3.5 to 10 mhz. through hole soldering and very simple to construct.
Plays well for s regen circuit. Dick N0TGR


On Thursday, October 17, 2013 9:35 AM, "bbarley48@gmail.com" <bbarley48@gmail.com> wrote:

Paul and the gang - Put my nae on your list.
72
Bruce - KK0S


---In 4sqrp@yahoogroups.com, <psmith61@...> wrote:

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

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Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

Virgil R. Hammond <n0tgr@...>
 

Last year I purchased the Hendricks Scout Regen. recvr. and like it very much.
Dual band 3.5 to 10 mhz. through hole soldering and very simple to construct.
Plays well for s regen circuit.  Dick N0TGR


On Thursday, October 17, 2013 9:35 AM, "bbarley48@..." wrote:
 
Paul and the gang - Put my nae on your list.
72
Bruce - KK0S 


---In 4sqrp@..., wrote:

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad



Re: 80 and 40M CW Nets

w2sh@...
 

In NJ both 40m and 80m conditions were good.  I was (or so I thought) ready to go for a three-bagger by QNIing the late 40m net.  I heard Terry promptly, though rather weaker than during the early 40m net.  I called but got no response.  Terry then went QRT.  Fair enough, for he'd been working overtime running 40m as well as 80m. 

I then discovered that I had failed to switch the antenna tuner back to 40m from 80m, so my third QNI never materialized.

72,

Charles, W2SH

P.S.  Temperature here was 10 dgrees warmer than Terry's 49F.



To: 4sqrp@...
From: wa0itp@...
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 08:18:16 -0500
Subject: [4sqrp] 80 and 40M CW Nets

 
It was a good night on both 40 and 80 last night. The bands seem to be improving
for the Winter.

Wayne was unavailable so I called the 40M net, and was glad I did . We had 7
checkins on the early 40M net and interestingly, none on the second net at
8:30. The band was long long at 7:30 so that wasn't too suprising.

I was really pleased that 80 was in such good shape, we had 10 checkins.
Special thanks to first timer W0CC.

Thanks to all and hope to cu net week, making it in were:

7.122 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
7.122 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
7.122 KV6Z Bill CLAREMORE, OK
7.122 W5XE Ray EL PASO, TX
7.122 K9JWV Jim ST. GEORGE, UT
7.122 W2BPI George WILLIAMSON, NY
7.122 N7WM Wendell BOZEMAN, MT
3.564 N0SM Steve OTTUMWA, IA
3.564 W0CH Dave SENECA, MO
3.564 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
3.564 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
3.564 KU4GW Cliff TAYLORSVILLE, NC
3.564 N5JKY Mike OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
3.564 WA5BDU Nick RUSSELLVILLE, AR
3.564 W0CC Robert LEAWOOD, KS
3.564 W0IIT Bart PITTSBURG, KS
3.564 WA4ZOF Tom AUBURN, AL

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Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA0ITP
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www.4sqrp.com



Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

KK0S
 

Paul and the gang - Put my nae on your list.

72

Bruce - KK0S 



---In 4sqrp@..., <psmith61@...> wrote:

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad


BYOK party - RMRc 14.0625 - 2200z

Dale Putnam
 

Bring your own key.... we'll have a byok party. 
  
 The band was in such good shape last Tues. that 40 was a waste land in comparison. 
It will be fun to see which is good today. 
Lots to talk about, so drop by and practice your code, and listen to me practice mine.   ;-)
Emoji


Have a great day,
 
 
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Re: 80 and 40M CW Nets

WA0ITP
 

tnx it wqas fun. hope next week is qas good for you.
 
----------------------------------
Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72   WA0ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 8:24 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] 80 and 40M CW Nets

Thanks for picking up the 40m net for me Terry,
Nice job.
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - KC0PMH


On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:20 AM, Johnny Matlock <jomatlock@...> wrote:
 

Nice work Terry
As always, you just sack up the contacts!
I moved the 2n2 40 up yesterday to 7.122 so Its heading for next weeks net!
72
Johnny AC0BQ



On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:18 AM, WA0ITP <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

It was a good night on both 40 and 80 last night. The bands seem to be improving
for the Winter.

Wayne was unavailable so I called the 40M net, and was glad I did . We had 7
checkins on the early 40M net and interestingly, none on the second net at
8:30. The band was long long at 7:30 so that wasn't too suprising.

I was really pleased that 80 was in such good shape, we had 10 checkins.
Special thanks to first timer W0CC.

Thanks to all and hope to cu net week, making it in were:

7.122 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
7.122 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
7.122 KV6Z Bill CLAREMORE, OK
7.122 W5XE Ray EL PASO, TX
7.122 K9JWV Jim ST. GEORGE, UT
7.122 W2BPI George WILLIAMSON, NY
7.122 N7WM Wendell BOZEMAN, MT
3.564 N0SM Steve OTTUMWA, IA
3.564 W0CH Dave SENECA, MO
3.564 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
3.564 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
3.564 KU4GW Cliff TAYLORSVILLE, NC
3.564 N5JKY Mike OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
3.564 WA5BDU Nick RUSSELLVILLE, AR
3.564 W0CC Robert LEAWOOD, KS
3.564 W0IIT Bart PITTSBURG, KS
3.564 WA4ZOF Tom AUBURN, AL

----------------------------------
Real radios weigh less than a pound.
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA0ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com




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Jesus came to pay a debt He didn't owe because we owe a debt we cannot pay...

The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
The Lord lift up his contenance upon you and give you peace.

God Bless from Wayne Dillon - KC0PMH

Joshua 24:14-15
2 Cor 5:17
1 Jn 2:17
 

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FPQRP #342 (Flying Pigs QRP Club)
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NEQRP #693
GORC #192


Re: Regenerative receiver thoughts

WA0ITP
 


GM Guys,  This might be a good receiver for your build.   Dave has a regen design that was published in Oct 95 73 Magazine, and FAR has a board for it.  See info below, and the 73 article here.  http://archive.org/stream/73-magazine-1995-10/10_October_1995#page/n27/mode/2up 
 
 
HIGH PERFORMANCE REGEN ARMSTRONG S/W RECEIVER BY CRIPE

73's Oct95

Customer Comment: I built the Armstrong Update regenerative receiver from Dave Cripe's article. As promised, the 1496 detector produced uncommonly smooth regeneration control and his use of a 324 op amp as both an audio filter and a push-pull gives adequate, clean audio. Like other regenerative circuits, this one is sensitive to its surroundings and benefits from good shielding and layout after the board is working. The Far Circuits board worked the first time but care should be used to avoid control wires crossing each other as they leave it.

GL and have fun.
 
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I love this radio stuff !
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www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Smith
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 6:33 AM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Regenerative receiver thoughts

I have read a bunch about the WBR receiver and I like the looks of the Desert Rat that NA5N did. I think regens were and probably still are a 3 handed radio to operate.... 
There are several designs out there...
de Paul N0NBD

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On Oct 16, 2013, at 10:41 PM, Shawn Reed <neivahul@...> wrote:

 

On 10/16/2013 7:09 PM, Johnny Matlock wrote:
 

Sounds interesting to me Paul.

Anyone one else in the group interested?
Johnny AC0BQ

On Wednesday, October 16, 2013, Paul Smith wrote:
 

Is there anyone out there beside me that would like to build a regen receiver ? I know there are a couple kits available. I built the ten tec kit with some success. I am NO good at manhattan work but would like to do a regen kit with a couple bands. Is there any interest or is it me and a couple other guys.
What say you?

de Paul N0NBD

Sent from my iPad



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   It would be a fun amount of learning for me. Nothing too official--to help keep the cost down. I just came across one project that covers the freq. range of 3.5Mhz, to 12Mhz. It uses a "Far Circuits"   
   board. What kit(s) did you have in mind? I wonder what limitations have been over come with time and practice.  shawnr kf7yff
   


Re: 80 and 40M CW Nets

Wayne Dillon
 

Thanks for picking up the 40m net for me Terry,
Nice job.
72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - KC0PMH


On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:20 AM, Johnny Matlock <jomatlock@...> wrote:
 

Nice work Terry
As always, you just sack up the contacts!
I moved the 2n2 40 up yesterday to 7.122 so Its heading for next weeks net!
72
Johnny AC0BQ



On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:18 AM, WA0ITP <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

It was a good night on both 40 and 80 last night. The bands seem to be improving
for the Winter.

Wayne was unavailable so I called the 40M net, and was glad I did . We had 7
checkins on the early 40M net and interestingly, none on the second net at
8:30. The band was long long at 7:30 so that wasn't too suprising.

I was really pleased that 80 was in such good shape, we had 10 checkins.
Special thanks to first timer W0CC.

Thanks to all and hope to cu net week, making it in were:

7.122 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
7.122 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
7.122 KV6Z Bill CLAREMORE, OK
7.122 W5XE Ray EL PASO, TX
7.122 K9JWV Jim ST. GEORGE, UT
7.122 W2BPI George WILLIAMSON, NY
7.122 N7WM Wendell BOZEMAN, MT
3.564 N0SM Steve OTTUMWA, IA
3.564 W0CH Dave SENECA, MO
3.564 N9RLO John UPLAND, IN
3.564 W2SH Chas MILLINGTON, NJ
3.564 KU4GW Cliff TAYLORSVILLE, NC
3.564 N5JKY Mike OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
3.564 WA5BDU Nick RUSSELLVILLE, AR
3.564 W0CC Robert LEAWOOD, KS
3.564 W0IIT Bart PITTSBURG, KS
3.564 WA4ZOF Tom AUBURN, AL

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