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Osvaldo de Banfield 8th March 2012 03:09 PM

Regenerative AM receiver?
Hi all guy´s. I am ham radio and audio DIY. May I share radio circuits in this forum, or only audio?


DF96 8th March 2012 03:59 PM

If it is related to audio, why not? The back end of any radio is an audio circuit, so OK here. The detectors are related to audio. The RF end may be better discussed elsewhere, except when it affects the audio in some way. Too much radio talk on here might bore people, like I get bored when they talk about American cars.

Enzo 9th March 2012 01:08 AM

And besides, this is the "everything else" section.

jackinnj 9th March 2012 03:08 AM

i think some folks have waxed poetic about their Knight regen receivers!

counter culture 9th March 2012 03:32 AM

C'mon then, watcha got?

dangus 16th March 2012 12:11 AM

I had fun with a 1-tube regenerative receiver; might have been a 1u4. I got the HT from a bunch of 9V batteries in series. You should have seen the expression on the Radio Shack staff when I brought it in on "free battery day".

And there was the Radio Shack P-box kit shortwave receiver. It worked a lot better once I got my hands on a soldering iron instead of relying on twisted wire connections.

fakeout 6th April 2012 04:24 PM

I wouldn't mind seeing circuits. I was thinking about something like this for a future project.

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