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Offline Stretchyman

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Transmitter PCB's and Xtals
« on: January 21, 2018, 1511 UTC »
Selling a slightly older (pre GaN) PCB version of my PCB used for all my Tx's.

If you want to build your own (it uses commonly available parts) I can supply the PCB, Xtal (6930, pulls down to 6925) and toroids ALL for $50.

Full instructions provided!

FREE Postage ANYWHERE in the world.

If you can solder you can build it, it will allow SMT or thru' hole components to be fitted.

Have a few other components that I may throw in, just let me know what you need.

Uses an IRL510 as the O/P providing a 12-15W carrier at 12 -14V.

Stretchy.
'It's better to give than receive' so why Rx when you can Tx!

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Re: Transmitter PCB's and Xtals
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2018, 1203 UTC »
Hi there again. And what about this one? Is it recommended instead of LULU?

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Re: Transmitter PCB's and Xtals
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2018, 2333 UTC »
Hi there again. And what about this one? Is it recommended instead of LULU?

That one is LuLu :)

Offline Stretchyman

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Re: Transmitter PCB's and Xtals
« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2018, 0757 UTC »
Can (have) supply built boards so folk can experiment. Contact me via pm

Str.
'It's better to give than receive' so why Rx when you can Tx!

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Offline Stretchyman

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Re: Transmitter PCB's and Xtals
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2018, 0819 UTC »
Have built up the last of my (none GaN) PCBs.

If you want to run from 12-14V and a 10-15W carrier, then these are perfect.

I've built up 13 PCBs with new components (no rubbish!), Tunes; 6925-6930KHz.

To keep them cheap I'm not going to do any coil winding, but all parts are supplied.

You'll just need to supply wire, tis all.

I've advertised them on Fleabay;
eBay item number:
132604604727

CONSIDERABLE DISCOUNT if ordered direct (via PM on HFU)

Str.
'It's better to give than receive' so why Rx when you can Tx!

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