From: John R Kirby (email@example.com)
4-sale to the highest bidder.
The New England QRP Club 40-40 Transceiver
Built by me,
Front Panel...Ten turn dial with ten turn pot, and volume control.
Inside...The world famous NN1G, Dave Benson 40-40 XCVR
on a 3 X 4 inch PCB, with xtal filter, (with NO MODS).
"An AGC Audio Preamp for All Seasons" from QST..works too!,
that includes an MPF-102, uA-741, several Rs, Cs ,diodes
and LM-386 amp built on a 1.25 X 4.75 inch no solder "poke board".
Hash filter for mobile operation.
Rear Panel has six ports;
Ant (BNC), phones/speaker, key, power in, power out (filtered), spare
Enclosure...2.75 X 5 X 5.5 inch with rubber feet.
17 page manual with schematic (original)
QST AGC article and schematic(copy)
NN1G RIT for 30-40 and 40-40 (original de "72" ) article and schmatic
only no components, but
one-half of that "poke board" is still free and this RIT circuit will
half of that leaving one-quarter of the board free...
I will ship UPS ground to the "48" , if DX?, we can work it out.
My new shack is a 33-5W, is that QRP conjecturable?
Who knows what may be next while clearing out the old shack?
I see a Ramsey 30 meter QRPp rig over there with manual / schematic and
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