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Does anyone have any reccomendations for low power transmitter kits?
I've seen a few online and I'm thinking it might be a fun project, but
since I'm a fulltime worker I dunno how much time I have to devote to
it consistently. How much time/work do these kits require in terms of
detailed soldering, etc. I don't mind staring at schematics (I'm an
EE afterall ;-) but very fine/detailed soldering might be over my
head. Thanks for any info/hints/feedback, whatever...


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On Mar 16, 8:31 pm, "Jeff" wrote:
Does anyone have any reccomendations for low power transmitter kits?
I've seen a few online and I'm thinking it might be a fun project, but
since I'm a fulltime worker I dunno how much time I have to devote to
it consistently. How much time/work do these kits require in terms of
detailed soldering, etc. I don't mind staring at schematics (I'm an
EE afterall ;-) but very fine/detailed soldering might be over my
head. Thanks for any info/hints/feedback, whatever...


most of them are cw only and very liminted ramsey and vectronics still
make such few Vooice kit but the elecraft but it is expensvie campred
to buying a a radio


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On Mar 17, 6:58 pm, "an_old_friend" wrote:
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most of them are cw only and very liminted ramsey and vectronics still
make such few Vooice kit but the elecraft but it is expensvie campred
to buying a a radio



Small Wonder Labs is a good option. You can get a CW tranceiver kit
with 2 watts output and a superhet receiver with crystal filter for
just $55 to your door. Great customer service and a real quality kit.

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On Mar 16, 8:31�pm, "Jeff" wrote:
Does anyone have any reccomendations for low power transmitter kits?
I've seen a few online and I'm thinking it might be a fun project, but
since I'm a fulltime worker I dunno how much time I have to devote to
it consistently. *How much time/work do these kits require in terms of
detailed soldering, etc. *I don't mind staring at schematics (I'm an
EE afterall ;-) but very fine/detailed soldering might be over my
head. *Thanks for any info/hints/feedback, whatever...


Jeff,

In addition to Small Wonder Labs, Ten Tec also offers kits for 20, 30,
40, and 80, you didn't specify whether you were looking for a SSB or
CW kit, however, most are for CW. I've built a few of the T- kits,
and they were pretty good, documentation was adequate, the parts were
of good quality, and the parts count was accurate. You may have to do
a little prep work along the way, but I've found that is usually the
case no matter who makes the kit.





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On Mar 17, 10:36 pm, "Dloyd Lavies" wrote:
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Jeff,

In addition to Small Wonder Labs, Ten Tec also offers kits for 20, 30,
40, and 80, you didn't specify whether you were looking for a SSB or
CW kit, however, most are for CW. I've built a few of the T- kits,
and they were pretty good, documentation was adequate, the parts were
of good quality, and the parts count was accurate. You may have to do
a little prep work along the way, but I've found that is usually the
case no matter who makes the kit.



well congrats Dloyd you made on topic post. I am proud of you



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On Mar 18, 10:54�am, "an_old_friend" wrote:
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Jeff,


In addition to Small Wonder Labs, Ten Tec also offers kits for 20, 30,
40, and 80, you didn't specify whether you were looking for a SSB or
CW kit, however, most are for CW. *I've built a few of the T- kits,
and they were pretty good, documentation was adequate, the parts were
of good quality, and the parts count was accurate. You may have to do
a little prep work along the way, but I've found that is usually the
case no matter who makes the kit.


well congrats Dloyd you made on topic post. I am proud of you


Your desperate pathetic plea for attention is not granted.




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On Mar 18, 4:55 pm, "Dloyd Lavies" wrote:
On Mar 18, 10:54?am, "an_old_friend" wrote:

On Mar 17, 10:36 pm, "Dloyd Lavies" wrote:


On Mar 16, 8:31?pm, "Jeff" wrote:
Jeff,


In addition to Small Wonder Labs, Ten Tec also offers kits for 20, 30,
40, and 80, you didn't specify whether you were looking for a SSB or
CW kit, however, most are for CW. ?I've built a few of the T- kits,
and they were pretty good, documentation was adequate, the parts were
of good quality, and the parts count was accurate. You may have to do
a little prep work along the way, but I've found that is usually the
case no matter who makes the kit.


well congrats Dloyd you made on topic post. I am proud of you


Your desperate pathetic plea for attention is not granted.


Poor Marqueer. Bwhahahahaha!


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