Fw: GB> What is a Good HB Receiver to Build??

Sandy and Kees Talen windy10605 at JUNO.COM
Wed Apr 17 13:31:30 EDT 2002

There has been some discussion on the HBR reflector recently
about receiver design both HBR type and filter units. Best thing
is to look at the HBR reflector archives. Search on "qth net archives"
I just tried to get the exact URL but the system apparently has a

For the other sites just search on "HBR receiver".

73s  Kees K5BCQ

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From: "Freeberg, Scott (STP)" <Scott.Freeberg at guidant.com>
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Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 11:17:09 -0500
Subject: GB> What is a Good HB Receiver to Build??
<1D1B8647FA5CD411A02800508BDFD0A002F69352 at stpmsx03.stp.guidant.com>

I have been thinking about building a good (GOOD) cw and AM tube receiver
for a homebrew station.  I found the HBR site this morning and I'll be
spending some time there.  I was wondering if you could recommend a good
performing tube receiver design for consideration or one that you've had
good luck with.  Thanks.
73,  Scott WA9WFA in Saint Paul Minn

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