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My First QRP- Station: by Oleg Borodin, RV3GM/QRP

Remember, '70-th when I was a young SWL, I has build my first direct conversional receiver. It was too wonderful for me because he is very simple, just a three transistors are in receiver's circuit and a few any details. I powered this RX by 9 volts battery of pocket broadcast receiver. I has not a good antenna and I used a piece of wire in my room. For the first testing construction I did not made a PCB and build this RX as "space" style on a piece of printed board. It was a 80m band version. Results was shocked me at once!

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