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Hamfest Europe

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  • Thessaloniki
  • distance: 3,155 Miles

Hamfest news and classifieds and more

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Vintage Radio and Electronics

  • 1,547 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Vintage Radio and Electronics - A resource for valve and early transist

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N6GN Microwave Link Page

  • 41,787 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

N6GN Microwave Link Page - Information about the Multi-Megabit/sec Micro

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RTTY - FSK/AFSK Interface and Diagrams

  • 14,534 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

RTTY - FSK/AFSK Interface and Diagrams - How to remove the so called "ground loop" and the reentry in the RTTY broadcast.

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Radio Daze-Tools

  • 1,513 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Radio Daze-Tools - Tools for homebrewers, including chassis punches.

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Repeater Builder's Technical Information Page

  • 1,936 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Repeater Builder's Technical Information Page - Providing information fo

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Southeast Iowa Technical Society

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Southeast Iowa Technical Society - Articles on modifying the Motorola Mi

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Arkansas EMCOMM

  • 771 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Arkansas EMCOMM - Contains information on homebrew, including power supp

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The Spontaflex Reflex Page

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The Spontaflex Reflex Page - The ingenious reflex circuits of Sir Dougla

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HF Projects

  • 870 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

HF Projects - Classic HF receivers and electronic constructional project

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Portable Lightplants and Generators

  • 699 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Portable Lightplants and Generators - Homebrewed alternators and generat

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Bartlesville Kilowatt Transmitter

  • 907 user views       [REPLIES] reviews

Bartlesville Kilowatt Transmitter - Homebrew rig from 1937, built by W5G