On October 11, 2018, UARC held its annual “Homebrew Night,” an opportunity for members of the club to show home-built amateur radio equipment.
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Chuck Johnson, WA7JOS, shows his lathe controller.
Robert Jelf, KG7OHV, assmbles his “homebrew hamstick”
Robert with his guy ring
Clint, KA7OEI, showing his digital power and SWR Bridge
Clint, KA7OEI, with a down-converter used for transmitting on the 630- and 2200-meter bands. It takes a 5 MHz input and converts it to about a half watt on the desired band to drive ampliers on the new bands.
Glen, WA7X, has converted an old broadcast radio to run on 12 volts, but use tubes.
Dave Ward, AE7E, showing his directional coupler and display for a VHF SWR bridge.
John Gardner, WA7PZJ, has found attractive boxes for the Bitx QRP transceiver.
Closeup of two of John's completed units.
(Photos by K7RLS)
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