From: JOHN LIEBENROOD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
-=> Quoting Mvjf@mvubr.att.com to John Liebenrood <=-
Mv> He asked me to forward the following information to the
Mv> Internet QRP Club, esp. those with "NN1G" rigs.
Mv> 73/72 Jim Fitton, W1FMR QRP-NE email@example.com
I just subscribed to the QRP news-group! I'd like to know
more about the NN1G rigs... Can you describe the rig
to me. ie NE602 DC or super-het with homebrew filters?
My interest is QRP SSB ... I'm building a KK7B
phasing rig now, Rick published this work in QST 93
Jan and April.... The lastest receiver design ( will be
published in Fall 94 ) is "single freq" phasing type receiver
on a 2.5 by 3.5 inch board. I have the first board...
Thanks for the info... I'm interested in learning about
recent advances in QRP designs. Last fall I built a KK7B
phasing SSB QRP rig for 75m. It runs 20Watts , using a
standard Direct Conversion receiver, excellent audio! I
built in into a HW-7 cabinet, I tossed the HW-7 board hi hi
I have tried QRP CW on camping trips, but since trying SSB
QRP I'd never go back to CW hi hi...
John K7RO ( QRO ...stoke it up OM, >grin< )
... Life is a complex number; it consists of real and imaginary parts...
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