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Friday, January 9, 2009

Eldon's QRSS Rig

Eldon, WA0UWH, says the podcast inspired him to build some QRSS transmitters for 30 meters. His first effort was atop a 9 volt battery. The latest version has a more traditional enclosure. Eldon hopes to be seen on some of the grabbers -- please help him out if you can. In my case the hard part was getting the transmitter into the frequency band for QRSS (only 100 Hz wide!).

2 comments:

  1. Hi Bill,

    Its really cool to see more QRSS stuff making the light of day. I've been following this for a while.

    My approach right now is to build up a receiver for the other side of the QRSS.

    I've built a DC receiver based on the Pixie 2 and an working towards a grabber for 80 meters to start with and work up from there to SDR, see; A Pixie2 as a QRSS grabber - part 1

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  2. I set up a webpage about the transistor if anyone is interested.
    2n3904.net

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