|[AMRadio] Bringing to Dayton (Lulus)|
manualman at juno.com
Tue May 15 15:29:19 EDT 2007
Several months before Ed's passing, we sat down one Sunday afternoon at
his house and had nice discussion about the receiver/transmitter, the
mobile and AC power supplies, and some converters he had on the drawing
board. I have his typed receiver manual which never went to print. Each
receiver is actually slightly different in design because he hadn't
settled on the final design. The plan was to build a small production lot
to test these various designs out in the field with real customers.
Unfortunately only a few of them actually got out there. I would be
interested in learning what you Ed actually have on drawings, parts, and
odds 'n' ends.
On Tue, 15 May 2007 14:09:01 -0500 "Donald Sanders" <w4bws at comcast.net>
> Ed, any chance of providing schematic and assembly
> photo or other info on the LULU TX and RX on a
> web site. I have been looking at pictures in older
> QST's and would like to build a TX and a RX
> (maybe a converter into a modified ARC-5 RX
> made to look like the LULU). I already have such
> a setup for 6 and 2 meters. I finished my 2 meter
> TX and it is on line, just no one on AM in this area
> of SE Alabama.Of course, Pete may have the info
> in his collection.
> Healthfully yours,
> Don W4BWS
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ed Hopton" <edhopton at yahoo.com>
> To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
> <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 1:53 PM
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Bringing to Dayton (Lulus)
> > Cool, Pete.
> > I got my first transmitter from the guy who did the
> > promo ads (Bert, in Tenafly if I remember correctly).
> > I emailed him one day on a lark because I remember
> > seeing a picture of the Lulus in a book I had as a
> > kid. Amazingly, he still lived in the same place and
> > had one TX to sell. I got that one.
> > A few years later a buddy of mine gave me another
> > transmitter that he got from the guy who liquidated Ed
> > Ladd's estate. I guess it was Ed's TX. I also got
> > some proptotype receiver parts, drawings and other
> > odds 'n' ends, but no complete receiver.
> > Maybe I'll get one someday!
> > 73,
> > Ed
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