I saw one of those at a ham swap meet last week end for $300+, almost four times what my receiver cost me. How about a Heathkit or Hallicrafters? I'm not looking to have a real power house station here, just to try something different than the tranceiver route, mostly CW. Thanks for your input, //Bruce -- AE7UE// X-WA7SQD
I would like some suggestions for a tube type CW/AM transmitter to use with my HQ-110. I'm looking for something in the $125 or less range. I like radios that warm up the shack and glow like a rig should! Nothing fancy, just functional and hopefully, dependable. The luster of bells and whistles tranceivers has worn off and I would like to revert back to the 50's, 60's or early 70's. Any suggestions and/or offers to sell would be appreciated. Thanks, //Bruce -- AE7UE//
Has any one successfully gotten a Casio FX-820P or similar mini computer to work with a ham rig for use on digital modes? I was given one of these little computers and it is perfect in size for QRP back-pack packet, PSK-31, RTTY etc. but I don't know of any one that has used one for this type of operation. Any one had any luck? TX //Bruce//
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