[AMRadio] would like to build a little homebrew project

Greg bluebirdtele at embarqmail.com
Tue Jul 31 00:13:33 EDT 2007

What power level are you thinking about?
What features and what is the modulation scheme?
I have a bunch of older left coast and ARRL handbooks that may have what you 
are looking for. I may be able to locate something for you and scan it to 
Kinston NC
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jason Buchanan" <jsb at digistar.com>
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Subject: [AMRadio] would like to build a little homebrew project

> I'm wanting to build a little homebrew project and build bigger ones 
> based on what I learn from the smaller project.  Just wondering if  anyone 
> could point me in the right direction for building a nice  little AM 
> transmitter, preferably for use on 160 meters...   I guess  I need to find 
> some really old ARRL handbooks because the ones I have  from the late 60s 
> and 70s aren't helping me.
> thanks
> --
> 73 Jason N1SU
> http://n1su.com/
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