Joined: Jan Sun 18, 2009 5:13 am Posts: 129 Location: Eatonton, GA
Battery tube transceivers have long fascinated me. Years ago I had a 3-tube (all 3A5s) walkie talkie. It was a kit offered by Springfield Enterprises. The telephone handset on top made it really look neat. I was hooked the moment I saw it. Wish I still had it. There are several circuits floating around. What frequency range are you interested in? Here is a link to the famous BC-611 WWII walkie talkie. Most were on 3885 AM and many show up at the Dayton Hamvention each year, still communicating with each other on this popular 75 meter AM frequency.
Joined: Jan Thu 01, 1970 1:00 am Posts: 1935 Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Part 15 is probably a good start on building things that the FCC may take some small exceptions too, and easy to verify results with as well.
Public frequency builds would of course be a good next step. Kyle are you working on getting your license? I think I heard a rumor you have an understanding and supportive lady in your life, now would be a good time to enlist a night time study partner
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