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Building a direct conversion receiver

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Ryan Flowers over at MiscDotGeek posted a how-to on building a direct conversion receiver: In the first installment of this series, we discussed why we’re building a Direct Conversion receiver and talked about some basic ideas. In this installment, we explore what it takes to make the leap from a...

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The ‘$20 Bill’ DC receiver

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Steve's (a.k.a N8NM ) '$20 Bill' DC receiver: If you follow Bill, N2CQR's SolderSmoke blog, you know that he's working on a simple DC receiver of his own, which, along with his aversion to using the magic chips, served as inspiration for this rig, which is how it got it's...

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