|[AMRadio] Bringing to Dayton (Lulus)|
edhopton at yahoo.com
Tue May 15 20:45:09 EDT 2007
That's a great idea! I'm in the process of moving,
but when things settle down, I'd like to pull all that
info together. I might be able to build one receiver
from what I have, but it would probably require the
use of the second transmitter, which I'd like to
avoid, of course. I do have a mostly machined front
panel and I think a chassis, 10 MHz filter, maybe the
tuning cap. I could be close except for the cabinet,
which I wouldn't mind "borrowing" from the TX.
In case I don't remember, drop me a line in 6 months
of so and maybe I can get that project going.
--- Donald Sanders <w4bws at comcast.net> wrote:
> 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
> > promo ads (Bert, in Tenafly if I remember
> > 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
> > 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
> > 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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