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Rosetta Stone.

Lately I’ve been scouring the Internet for web pages and circuits about tube regens. The more circuits I find, the more fascinated I become by these simple yet demonstrably effective receivers. There are definitely several “families” that these circuits fall … Continue reading

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Bet you can’t build just one.

After the building frenzy that resulted in the completion of the 40M WBR regen, I was left with another entirely functional WBR on Board #2. This one consisted of the beautiful AF Stage v2, hooked up to the funky but … Continue reading

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Can I hear you now?

Almost immediately after finishing the two-tube transmitter last spring, I began to think “Gee, wouldn’t it be great to build a receiver from scratch, so I could have an entirely homebrew station?” Apparently this kind of self-destructive thinking is a … Continue reading

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But wait, there’s more!

About that regen… At the beginning of November 2014 I’d started collecting parts and begun the build of a WBR Regenerative Receiver. After building two (now three counting the Mighty Mite) transmitters, I was feeling a powerful urge to put … Continue reading

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