Radio shack with AM transmitters (RCA, Collins, DWS) being built

Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation - AM Fans' started by ZS6WLC, Jan 31, 2019.

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  1. ZS6WLC

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  2. W7TFO

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    I'll be watching this develop!

    73DG
     
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  3. AC0OB

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    That is interesting.

    I have always been interested in clandestine radio, whether WWII, or cold war, or W7TFO. :D

    Electric Radio magazine has also run some interesting articles on clandestine radios.

    Pheel
     
  4. WR2E

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    Wow... BEAUTIFUL scenery! When you get tired of operating, sit outside and take in nature's beauty!
     
  5. N1BCG

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    And I thought this thread was about Radio Shack coming back as something really interesting...
     
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  6. KC2ZFA

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    amazing location...looking at the pics I could almost see Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer running into the meadow from the direction of Austria :)
     
  7. W7TFO

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    Solemnly sworn no clandestine radio is operating at the Radio Ranch. However, a GoFundMe is helping with my electric bill...

    73DG
     
  8. ZS6WLC

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    I added some pictures of the Granger Associates 272-6 transmitter. These pictures are the only ones on the web...ever...

    ZZ6WLC
     
  9. WB1E

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    The 18m antenna drawing including the battery wiring is pretty cool. It should be a pileup maker for sure. Looking forward to operating on other modes besides AM perhaps?

    -Doug
    N5DMC
     
  10. ZS6WLC

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    Hi Doug, yes SSB and CW will also be used.
    Ludwig
    ZS6WLC
     

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