|[AMRadio] Bringing to Dayton (Lulus)|
edhopton at yahoo.com
Tue May 15 20:49:21 EDT 2007
Now that you mention it, I got a Tecraft converter
from Bert too. I figured that would do until a "real"
Lulu receiver shows up!
--- "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/15/07, 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
> Don -
> You may already know this but if not - the Lulu was
> originally a radio
> club project that grew into actual production units
> produced by Ed's
> company Whippany Labs. As such, the HB examples show
> up from time to
> time at hamfests, sales, and on ebay. Usually with
> little or no
> interest from others. A fellow in NH has one that I
> offered to buy to
> use as a comparison with my factory TX, but as soon
> as I showed
> interest and mentioned money, it became priceless.
> Before that he was
> wondering what to do with it other than tossing it.
> Like Ed, I've been patiently searching, waiting, and
> hoping to come
> across a receiver for my lonely TX. A fellow by the
> name of Mike
> Hopkins used to keep track of them with a registry,
> but Pete informed
> me last year that he had passed away. He was big
> into converters by
> Tecraft and others as I recall.
> Neat little rigs, to be sure.
> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ
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