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Welcome to the Club / Re: PA0CVE new member
« Last post by PA1CJT on December 03, 2019, 04:35:10 UTC »
Hoi Leo, welkom hier. Het is vrij rustig hoor dat wel maar heb ondertussen al wel wat hulp gekregen toen ik vragen had. QRP is leuk en blijft leuk.

Best 73's
Kees
PA1CJT

Hi Leo, welcome here. It is quiet but in the meanwhile support has been given having questions so it is helpfull to be here. QRP is fun and wil allways be fun
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Transceivers / Re: Pictures needed inside TS-120V
« Last post by VE2TH on November 25, 2019, 15:17:31 UTC »
Good afternoon, Kees,

Michel VE2TH here,

Well I have the complete .PDF SERVICE MANUAL, for your TS-130V transceivers

I don't know if you have it, but I can send it to you. There are all circuits and informations for any alignment , repairs, etc.

Have a nice day

72/73 Michel VE2TH  The QRP'er 

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QRP / Re: Index Laboratories Companion
« Last post by VE2TH on November 25, 2019, 14:32:57 UTC »
Good afternoon Kees,

I already found the instruction manual for QRP PLUS Indes Laboratories. But can you give me more d├ętails about that companion ?
Is it a receiver that goes with a transmitter ?

In this manual, there are 10 pages of circuit diagrams:

QRP -LO PCB ASSEMBLY
QRP-LO SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
--------------------------------

QRP-AF PCB ASSEMBLY
QRP-AF SCHEMATIC
------------------------------
QRP-RF PCB ASSEMBLY
QRP-RF SCHEMATIC
-----------------------------
QRP-PANEL PCB ASSEMBLY
QRP-PANEL SCHEMATIC
--------------------------------
QRP-XMTR PCB ASSEMBLY
QRP-XMTR SCHEMATIC
-------------------------------

Next, I will try to find something for your Kenwood TS-130V and will come back.

I hope it help you, anyway let me know,  ;D

72/73 Michel VE2TH   :) The QRP'er didit
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Welcome to the Club / Re: PA0CVE new member
« Last post by GM0LVI on November 24, 2019, 21:42:49 UTC »
Hi and welcome Leo. You'll find plenty of info about QRP on the internet as well as useful info and ideas here.
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Welcome to the Club / PA0CVE new member
« Last post by PA0CVE on November 24, 2019, 10:27:36 UTC »
Hello all,

My name is Leo. Since 14 nov 1974 on the air.
At this moment not QRP yet but will start with QRP. I hope to find info to start.

73 de Leo PA0CVE
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Welcome to the Club / Re: No QRO please
« Last post by vu2nan on November 20, 2019, 06:24:22 UTC »
Hi OM Kees,

That's the true ham spirit!

73,

Nandu.
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Builder's Corner / Re: Makeshift Square Loop Antenna for a Crystal Radio
« Last post by vu2nan on November 18, 2019, 04:25:29 UTC »
Many thanks, OM Nicola! :)

73,

Nandu.
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Builder's Corner / Re: Makeshift Square Loop Antenna for a Crystal Radio
« Last post by IZ5ZCO on November 17, 2019, 17:04:36 UTC »
Great idea!  ;D
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Mike's Tavern / Re: Is the QRP Club still alive?
« Last post by f5gsk on November 16, 2019, 08:24:50 UTC »
gm all,
I think that the qrper's goes away to  facebook where many grper's groups are alive - (qrp 14060 , qrp group etc...)
72
Pierre - F5GSK -
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Builder's Corner / Makeshift Square Loop Antenna for a Crystal Radio
« Last post by vu2nan on November 08, 2019, 04:12:16 UTC »
A heavy 2 m x 2 m floor-standing wooden showcase in the shack appeared to be suitable as a frame for a crystal radio loop antenna. As luck would have it, the lone 20 km distant 612 kHz, 200 kW AM broadcast station being in the end-on position by default, there would be no need to move the unit. The counter top would make it quite convenient to sit down and carry out the testing.

The 5 turn loop was easily wound using about 42 m of ordinary hook-up wire.

The shack is relatively quite small to get a photo of the actual unit.

Here's a representation of the same.



It works quite well with my series/parallel-tuned crystal radios.

Further details at

https://nandustips.blogspot.com/2019/10/another-loop-antenna-crystal-radio.html

73,

Nandu.
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