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I have always been interested in amateur radio, but had been
deterred from gaining my license by the exams required. In early
2002 I was speaking to a friend of mine, who explained about the
Foundation License, this certainly rekindled my interest.
Searching the Web I found my local radio club the Stevenage and District Amateur
Radio Society and signed up for the Foundation
Club L/C Meter kit
Tuesday, 10th July 2012
LC Meter Kit -
SADARS Club Project..
Tiny Trak 4 and APRS
Saturday, 7th January 2012
Tiny Trak 4,
APRS and a new iGate at M3NQG..
Kenwood TH-D7E - Back from the USA
Saturday, 20th March 2010
a TH-D7E to its original European configuration..
Jaws Mk2 CB - Conversion to 10M
Sunday, 5th April 2009
Poacher turned game
Mills On The Air Weekend
Saturday, 10th May 2008
Operated GB6CW from Cromer Windmill as part of Mills On
Elecraft KX1 Build
Thursday, 20th March 2008
Easter holiday construction /P Elecraft
Softrock SDR 40/80M
Saturday, 19th January 2008
HF on a budget Softrock
FireFly SMD SDR
Tuesday, 2nd October 2007
FireFly the world of SMD
2 Meters for 3 Fish Suppers
Thursday, 17th July 2007
A couple of months back I purchased a Kenwood TM-241E in
need of repair..
Introduction to Toroids
Tuesday, 13th March 2007
PowerPoint Slides and links from my Toroid Talk at SADARS..
MultiPig+ (Part 3)
Friday, 9th February 2007
Building the MultiPig+
Special Event Operating
Saturday, 24th June 2006
Added a new section Special
Monday, 29th May 2006
Having built a simple Crystal
Set and a Super
Regenerative receiver I was keen to experiment with
Direct Conversion receiver..
MultiPig+ (Part 2)
Monday, 22nd May 2006
Time to make some more progress with the MultiPig+
JingTong Dismantling and Mic Modifcation
Tuesday, 2nd January 2006
Well it isn't too difficult to take apart you just
Friday, 30th December 2005
Fred Box 2m AM
Friday, 30th December 2005
My JT-208 arrived today. Complete with..
Saturday, 10th December 2005
Billowing smoke? That will be the Dragon
Saturday, 6th August 2005
Various projects could use a Microcontroller.. How
long could it be resisted?
Crystal Set and VHF Super Regen
I did build a Crystal set many years ago. But..
RSGB 21/28MHz SSB 2004 - Results
Saturday, 28th May 2005
The results are in, 6th
out of 7 in the QRP category, perhaps I should have
entered in the restricted category, as I lacked a 60ft
tower and Yagi!
Trio TS-510 - Renovation
A little trek to the Crystal
Palace Radio Club traditional Rally. I found a few
interesting bits including a Trio
TS-510 complete with PSU..
Saturday, 29th January 2005
The kit is neatly packed in a number of paper bags one for each
Frequency Counter - Testing
I ordered the basic replacement chip set, incase any
other chips had gone, this seemed like a good plan! a
couple of days
later it arrived.
Updated - 23th August 2005
News Archive - M1HOG news
Which Radio ?
I decided to start with a handheld. Following extensive reading
on the web (A very useful site was www.eham.net). I purchased a
Studying For The RAE
The M3BBZ call was a great start. But what I really wanted was
to build, and have the potential to operate abroad, a full
license was the only way ahead. So I started to study for the RAE
Passed the RAE and now have my new call - M1HOG
I hope you find my evolving site interesting. Let me know!
Elecraft KX1 Fault Finding /P