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Shortwave receiver

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Using three transistors, this receiver covers the range of 6 to 17 MHz. Coils can be altered to change the range to a lower or higher frequency.

High Selective Regenerative Shortwave Receiver - EEWeb

From the receiving side of the circuit, the antenna was made of random wire coupled with the inductor L1 having a single turn while inductor L2 has 4

What is the best and simple circuit diagram for a radio receiver to receive radio waves in Citizen's Band

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The GlobeSpan World Band Receiver | Nuts & Volts Magazine

You should hear what you’ve been missing!! The most unbiased source of international news today is shortwave radio. Here is a unit you can build yourself.

Troy reports on the Sony ICF-EX5MK2 analog receiver

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Troy Riedel, for sharing the following report of his Sony ICF-EX5MK2 analog receiver: A report on the Sony ICF-EX5MK2 by Troy Riedel The consensus, ultimate, all-time AM DX radio is the Panasonic RF-2200. I do not nor have I ever owned this radio [yet!]. As such, I do not have…

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Shortwave radio receiver circuit with transistors

A very simple shortwave radio receiver circuit can be designed using circuit diagram bellow. This shortwave radio receiver circuit is based on 2N2222 transistors and has and has an operating frequency range between 6 and 17 Mhz . All coils are designed using an inch diameter pvc pipe and 20 gauge insulated hookup wire, L1 require 6 turns and L2 require 14 turns.