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Worst idea I ever came up with....

W5WTH Keep Radio Fun!!!Member ✭✭

Playing with the FRStack program and.....

Pat - w5wth


  • Lionel
    Lionel Member ✭✭

    Great fun. Ahh the memories.....

  • Bob K8RC
    Bob K8RC Old Guy Member ✭✭


    Now we need to tackle poor voltage regulation. "ChirpMaster".


    Bob Craig, K8RC

    Director, Mt. Airy Center for Creative Anachronism 

  • Erika - KØDD
    Erika - KØDD Member ✭✭

    Well, I suppose. When I was a new novice in 1971, there was a staple DX station on the 15 meter novice band. I suspect Gercy Ramos "Ram" PY5ASN (SK RIP) was the first DX station worked for many young Novice. Ram's signal was the only station I do believe should have been given a 555DHBCK signal report.

    As in you're fully readable my friend, and you are sure strong enough, However your signal sounds like filtered rectified a.c. but strongly ripple-modulated, D for you were constantly drifting towards the edge of the ham band and I don't have XTALS to follow where you're headed. H&B for Hum and Buzz, C for Chirps and K for Clicks.

    Bless RAM's heart when his QSL arrived it came with a very nice note asking for a donation of radio parts... Things like filter capacitors, and other power supply goodies. I took the letter to Dad and asked if we could send him some stuff and received a firm NO.

    I managed to work RAM several times in my early radio days and as others in our HS radio club also worked him. The sounds of his signals provided great levels of enjoyment now into my retired years. Enough so I remember his call, name and nickname all these years... You'll need to add a few parameters to your program to generate a pure ASN signal, But I would work you.

  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember ✭✭✭

    yoop dit yoop dit yoop yoop dit yoop

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