Re: Oak Hills Kits

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From: Robert J. Gobrick (rgobrick@public.compusult.nf.ca)
Date: Tue Jun 06 1995 - 14:40:55 EDT


QRP-L Gang,

Just checked out Bob KD1GG's Radio Devices WWW Hompage and it looks good.

Bob also had info on the new prerelease info of the Oak Hill Research
4-Bander Rig which Dick showed at Dayton. Boy Dick sure does listen to user
feedback (boistrous qrpers) since the new 4-Bander (80,40,30,20) comes with
4-5 watt output and a 150Hz bandspan. This rig looks like a winner at $319
- to me far exceeding the specs of the infamous HW-9.

Other QRP-L business user joins WWW - good luck Bob.

73/72 Bob VO1DRB/WA6ERB

PS: You need a JPEG viewer for the photos - anyone know of a
shareware/freeware viewer out there?

>If anyone is interested in seeing the Oak Hills
>Explorer or Wattmeter, I have posted a few digital
>photos on my Web page
>
>http://www.raddev.com/biz/raddev/
>
>Bob KD1GG
>
>PS. Thanks for all those who replied about how
>to finish the cases and the best paint for the
>NorCal40A. I wet-sanded and used Krylon primer
>and Krylon spray paint. I think I have a unique
>patchwork quilt scheme. Yellow top, blue bottom,
>green back, white front (so the silk-screen will
>show up). I doubt it will be confused with anyone
>else's rig at Field Day!
>
>
>
>
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