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Old 19th Mar 2014, 12:00 pm   #21
Gi4CZW Cliff
Join Date: May 2011
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Default Re: Pratical Wireless receiver design, Ae straight to 7360 mixer

Thank you Keith for the files.
The set I check had the bifilar L6 wound wrong. Re-winding it fixed the set.
That must have been a big build project.
I had hoped to hear if more of these had been built and how they performed.
very interesting, thanks.
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