Tag Archives: construction technique
Rockbound no more… almost.
The saga I am about to recount is too involved for a single blog post, so this is part one of two. After enjoying a month of the SKCC K3Y operating event in January, I was really excited to learn of … Continue reading
Snowy day, new glue.
We’ve had the first snow of 2016, and it was a doozy. “Winter Storm Jonas“, as it was named in the media, was a nor’easter that roared up the east coast dropping record amounts of snow. We got our share, … Continue reading
Definitely not a tube project.
Lately I have been having lots of fun working on a variety of different bench projects, all involving very different technologies, switching between them as parts arrive and time allows. I have been experimenting with space charge tubes, with the … Continue reading
Mysteries of the Triode Revealed.
Update: My understanding of inter-electrode capacitances was incorrect as described originally in this post, and I wanted to set the matter straight before I confuse someone else: The small inter-electrode capacitances in the tube present less and less reactance as … Continue reading
Something Completely Different.
At the time I am writing this we may have enjoyed the last of a streak of really nasty winter weather here in the Northeast. Outside time has been generally unpleasant lately, and the inclination is to hunker down by … Continue reading
The Michigan Mighty Mite – oscillating, not liberated.
I have been in the throes of some serious building recently. The DFR (see previous post), a nearly completed WBR regen receiver, and now, suddenly, without warning, in two evenings, a Michigan Mighty Mite QRP transmitter. Soldersmoke is one of … Continue reading