The most beautiful Electroluminescent Receiver to date. Built by Chuck Nolin, WA6LTV/4, based on the same design techniques as the last receiver seen here. Some really beautiful craftsmanship here. The edges of the case are fired with Super Bright Blue LEDs. This receiver uses the new LED Frequency Counter. More pictures here.
To see past front cover pictures, go to "Front Cover Pictures".
LED diagnosis, large circuit boards, wide traces/pads, and step-by-step instructions make this the easiest double conversion receiver you will ever put together. For more information read
Amateur Radio Receiver
An CW/SSB receiver that covers the first 100-150 kHz of the 40 and 20 meter bands and all of the 30 and 17 meter bands. Bandwidths can be modified.
The tuning range of the VFO is expanded to 500kHz to cover most of the 41/31/19/16 Meter SWL bands. Duncan Watson and Gary Rondeau have sent in modifications they made for improved performance of their receivers. They include VFO, crystal filter, AM Detection, and AGC modifications and improvements - check them out.
New LED Frequency Counter!
For Beginners and 50/60's Heathkit builders who want to try building the Electroluminescent Kit
Ray Babbitt's ELR
Take a look at some of the pics he sent me. Check them out here.
A QRP Transmitter Design for transceive operation using Superhet Receiver VFOs.
Incorporating this design with the Electroluminescent Receiver Kit.
Transceiver Operation with the ELR
An updated version of the article "The Best QRP Amp in the World - The DL-QRP-PA" recently published in the Flying Pigs BBQ Newsletter, January 2010
Home page has several great links to LED sites.
These pages contain the history of the MOSFET
receiver, going back into the 70's.
Learn how to solder from the "How to" sites listed.
Ugly construction/Manhattan construction sites.
The best QRP sites.
Receiver Projects and Receiver Information.
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