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EMRFD Direct conversion 40m receiver in a tea caddy

EMRFD Direct conversion 40m receiver in a tea caddy

Flathagen has made a DIY EMRFD Direct conversion 40m receiver in a tea caddy:

I woke up one day eager to build something simple (at least I thought is was simple) and opened up the first chapter in EMRFD and decided to build the 40m direct conversion receiver. I already had most of the components in my junk box. By the way, Experimental Method in RF Design (EMRFD) is the best book about homebrewing amateur radio gear. You should get it if you don`t have it.

Project info at DIYcrap blog.

 

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