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Twin ‘T’ CW (Morse) Practice Oscillator

Posted on Friday, July 20th, 2018 in PCBs by DP

 

CW_Practice_Oscillator_Prototype

Steve Smith (G0TDJ) writes, “I successfully completed the Twin ‘T’ Oscillator, original by Mike Maynard – K4ICY. It’s a great circuit and sounds really good. Much better than a raspy 555 version. Mike has been kind enough to put a link to my project on his website.”

More details at www.ProjectAVR.com.

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