[Boatanchors] A little known single tube (twin triode) transceiver from WW2 Japan.
Fuqua, Bill L
wlfuqu00 at uky.edu
Mon Feb 10 22:33:56 EST 2014
I have one with leather case , schematic cards etc.
don't have accessories. It does have a very nice built in key for CW and a
thin leather patch on the leather case for CW just over the button.
However, if you have a Geiger counter within 10 yards it will go crazy.
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Subject: [Boatanchors] A little known single tube (twin triode) transceiver from WW2 Japan.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: A little known single tube (twin
triode) transceiver from WW2 Japan.
Date: 10 Feb 2014 13:21:55 -0800
From: <mister35mm at yahoo.co.uk>
Imagine a transceiver, with one valve, doing speech and CW. One valve, a
double triode with clever switching:-
Here is the history:-
Here is the techy info:-
David (NOT Dave) Colburn, KD4E - Nevils, Georgia USA
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